AIAS Offers Gaming Scholarship


Posted March 31, 2009 - By Stephen Johnson

Academy of Interactive Arts and ScienceHere at G4, a lot of young people ask us: "How can I start working in the exciting world of video games?" The answer, like the answer to most things in life, is: Do it. Make games, but also study crazy hard in school.

"But, who will help me?" you may ask. In the past, the answer might have been no one, but times have changed, and now there's the Randy Pausch Scholarship Fund. Presented by The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences, the scholarship is designed to support students pursuing careers in game design, development and production. They're looking for people to apply. That means you.

If you are chosen, young genius, the AIAS will award you a $2,500 scholarships to an accredited university. That's not a bad deal at all, eh? The application process begins today. For more info, visit the official site.  And keep checking back here on TheFeed, because we're going to be talking to a big wig over at the AIAS to get you more info. We have your back like that.

Tags: Videogames
AIAS Offers Gaming Scholarship


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