Gilbert, Ariz.- Are you an Arizona junior high or high school teacher looking for coding opportunities for your students? Are you a student who knows how to code or wants to test your programming skills against other students in the state? Register today for SPARK Game Jam Advanced, an advanced coding competition for Arizona junior high and high school students, taking place May 1-2, 2018, from 8 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Arizona State University’s Polytechnic Campus.
SPARK Game Jam Advanced is hosted by Gilbert, Arizona, in partnership with Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and sponsored by Waymo, formerly the Google self-driving car project. We’re also excited to be collaborating with the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center to highlight invention and problem solving to help students develop the skills that they will need to be the inventors of the future.
This SPARK App League® event is open to students with prior knowledge of a programming language. All student games will be entered to win prizes based on their innovation, design and code implementation.
Learn more about SPARK Game Jam Advanced and register today at www.sparkappleague.com/game-jam-advanced.
About SPARK Game Jam Advanced:
Students Participate in App Resources and Knowledge (SPARK) Game Jam Advanced is a one-of-a-kind coding competition for high school and junior high students hosted by SPARK App League®. This nonprofit, 501(c)(3) program created by Gilbert, Arizona, is hosted in partnership with Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Learn more about SPARK App League® at www.sparkappleague.com. Follow us on Twitter, @SPARKAppLeague, Instagram, @sparkappleague, and Snapchat, sparkappleague.