Andray spoke with Metro News about Techsdale’s vision and its upcoming pilot program, addressing the boundless creativity of Rexdale’s youth and the need to bring greater diversity to the games industry.
Andray and Sam dropped by the CBC studios this morning for an interview on CBC’s Metro Morning. Andray spoke about Techsdale’s vision of creating amazing opportunities for youth in Rexdale, and contributing to the growth of the community and the diversification of the tech sector. Check out Techsdale’s Metro Morning interview on CBC’s website.
After months of campaigning, and more months of planning, it’s finally happening. Techsdale is ready to go. Through weekly classes that run for 14 weeks (16 August to 15 November) at Humber’s North Campus, Techsdale will help students develop indie game portfolios through project-based learning, teamwork, mentorship, and skills training.