We’re Hiring: G4C Festival Programmer/Curator

  Since 2004, Games for Change (G4C) has been empowering game creators and innovators to drive real-world change, using games and immersive media that help people to learn, improve their communities, and contribute to make the world a better place. G4C partners with technology and gaming companies as well as nonprofits, foundations and government agencies,… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Director/Senior Director of Learning

  Games for Change (G4C) seeks an outstanding Director/Sr. Director of Learning to work with G4C’s Chief Learning Officer to build out the G4C Learning brand by supporting the design and implementation of existing and new learning programs.The Director/Sr. Director of Learning will also support the development of new curriculum for use in programs and… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Operations Coordinator (Part-Time)

  Games for Change seeks an organized, proactive, and team-oriented Operations Coordinator to provide support on the day-to-day operations that help G4C headquarters run smoothly. This candidate will not only maintain the daily workflow but help us improve it. This person will report to the Director of Programs and Operations. This is a part-time, entry-level… Read more »

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 »

Announcing the Cross-Cultural Impact Jam (March 20-28)! 🌎

We are excited to announce the Cross-Cultural Impact Jam (March 20 – 28, 2021)!   G4C is partnering with Unity Technologies and the Cultural Services of the French Embassies in the US and Canada to bring together students from 18 universities across the world to collaborate in creating games and immersive experiences around the theme… 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. Sign-up for our October Workshops now!   Games for Change will… Read more »

An Update On The 2020 Games for Change Festival

The Student Challenge Competition is Back!

The 5th annual Games for Change Student Challenge competition is now open for submissions, and this time it’s NATIONAL Students across the country have been working hard all year to design digital games focused on social impact themes, and now we want to see them! Through March 31st, middle and high school students across the… Read more »

The 5th Annual G4C Student Challenge Kicks-Off in More Schools Than Ever Before!

Games for Change (G4C) is excited to announce the kick-off of the 5th Annual G4C Student Challenge in New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Detroit – and this year we are reaching more schools, teachers and students than ever before!   The Games for Change Student Challenge is a national game design program that… Read more »