The deadline for the WomenGamers.com - National Computer Camps Scholarship for Girls application has been extended to Friday, May 22.
WomenGamers.Com and National Computer Camp (NCC) are offering a scholarship valued at $985 to a female student (age 8-18) for one week. The National Computer Camp is America's original computer camp with locations in Connecticut, Georgia, New York, and Ohio.
Sande Chen is a writer and game designer whose game credits span 10
years in the industry. Her writing credits include 1999 Independent
Games Festival winner Terminus and the PC RPG of the Year, The Witcher,
for which she was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award in Videogame
Writing. She is the co-author of Serious Games: Games That Educate, Train, and Inform and a contributor to Writing for Video Game Genres, Professional Techniques for Video Game Writing, and Secrets of the Game Business.
In 2006, she was profiled as one of the game industry's top 100 most
influential women for her work as Director of the non-profit, Girls in
Games, Inc. She has spoken about games at conferences around the globe,
including the Game Developers Conference, Austin Game Conference, and
the Serious Games Summit D.C. She also has a Grammy nomination.