Building a Safe, Accessible, and Impactful Immersive Future

This is a guest blog post from the XR Association.   As we begin to emerge from quarantine, the monumental lifestyle changes that once defined the “new normal” have grown familiar. For most Americans, these include the shift across sectors to remote working and learning and the new digital-forward workplace – changes not likely to… Read more »

Announcing the STEM Your Game Challenge Winners!

  The STEM Your Game Challenge, supported by Endless, was created to inspire game developers to bring their talent and creativity to the edtech community and help raise the bar for the quality of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) games. After a rigorous judging process from industry experts, two winners have been chosen to… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Partnerships & Fundraising Intern

  Games for Change is looking for an intern to support partnerships, business development and fundraising efforts for the organization. The intern will have hands-on opportunities to work on projects related to business development, fundraising, corporate and foundation relations, and event management. The intern will report to G4C’s Senior Director of Programs and Partnerships and… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Director of Marketing and Communications

  G4C seeks a creative and energetic Director of Marketing and Communications responsible for developing and executing marketing and communication strategies and materials that ensure communication about G4C’s programs, services, and events to align with the organization’s strategic priorities and mission.   This person will report to the organization’s Managing Director, and manage the Communications… Read more »

G4C & Epic Games Team Up to Bring Powerful EdTech Tools to the Classroom 🖥

  Games for Change is excited to announce a partnership with Epic Games that will offer middle and high school educators a chance to bring Fortnite, Unreal Engine, Twinmotion, and other Epic Games content into their classrooms, now through the end of the year. The first workshop will be “Teaching with Interactive 3D,” held on… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Youth Programs Intern

  Games for Change (G4C) is looking for a Youth Programs Intern to support a range of projects promoting games for social impact this winter for G4C and Raising Good Gamers.   Candidates for this unpaid internship should meet the below qualifications and requirements.   Position Details: Support G4C staff in daily activities and collaborate… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Design Intern

  Games for Change (G4C) is looking for an intern to support design efforts for the organization. The intern will design and produce print and online materials to support a broad range of projects and programs, including materials for workshops, events, marketing, fundraising, and more. The Design Assistant will be an imaginative, detail-oriented self-starter, eager… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Development Intern

  Games for Change (G4C) is looking for an intern to support fundraising efforts related to G4C’s work in social impact video games, esports, and immersive media. The intern will have hands-on opportunities to work on projects related to fundraising across government, corporate and foundation sectors, with an emphasis on research, data management, writing and… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Production Intern

  Games for Change (G4C) is looking for an intern to support production efforts for the organization. The intern will support projects related to event planning and management as it relates to core G4C initiatives such as the G4C Student Challenge and XR for Change. The intern will report to G4C’s Production Manager who leads… Read more »

Creating History with HistoryMaker VR

This is a guest blog post written by Dwayne Waite, Jr., Marketing Manager at Schell Games   Using innovative technology like virtual reality (VR) in classrooms is an exciting prospect. The fact that virtual reality can help students feel, empathize, and connect with material and concepts should give educators pause to consider how they can… Read more »