DigiPen Institute of Technology's ProjectFUN Programs are committed to presenting a high quality education by engaging and challenging students in grades 1-12 through hands-on learning in the areas of Art and Animation, Game Design, Video Game Programming, Engineering, and Music and Sound Design. ProjectFUN Workshops engage elementary, middle, and high school students in the arts and sciences by immersing them in the tools and techniques of today's high-tech careers. With over 50 unique workshops to choose from, students attending ProjectFUN Summer Workshops not only have fun, but also enhance their critical thinking skills, while improving their knowledge of core subjects like math and physics, and excite their interest in the academic concepts underlying modern technology.
Young Explorers Workshops for students entering grades 1-3 are one week long sessions, Junior Workshops for students entering grades 4-7 and Teen Workshops for students entering grades 8-12 are two week long sessions. There are multiple sessions offered each summer.
ProjectFUN also offers a four week Pre-College Program designed for high-achieving students who have completed their sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school and are interested in exploring careers in the video game industry.
Unable to attend an on-site workshop? ProjectFUN also offers Online Courses for students in grades 8-12, including 30-hour Online Workshops and 90-hour Online Academies in the areas of Game Design, Video Game Programming, and Art and Animation.