Salvation Army Summer Camp Teaches Video Game Development

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Students at the Salvation Army in Oak Park are working on their A-game, designing video games.

The program is called STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.

The goal of the program, according to Program Director Sonja Stires, is to teach students that they can design anything – including a healthy life.

The program also involves trips to places like the Exploratorium in San Francisco, farms in the valley or even just playing basketball outside.

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