The Dec. 8 program is Girls Can Create Games, Not Just Play Them with Torrance Hill and other gaming industry professionals. Girls will learn about various opportunities in the gaming industry, including the elements of video game design, graphic design, animation, programming and game testing. Additionally, girls will learn about the opportunities that exist in the multi-billion dollar gaming industry. Advanced registration is required at https://www.surveymonkey.com/
In November, the Enchanted Closet hosted Commercial, Digital Media, and Music Video Production featuring music video producer, Maya Table. Ms. Table taught the girls how to develop a video treatment and shared valuable life lessons on how she navigated the field, was successful in producing music videos, and the interpersonal skill development required to be successful in any endeavor.
The GIRL$ Program consists of life readiness workshops designed to increase the self-esteem, self-awareness and self-sufficiency of girls. More than 400 girls have participated in the GIRL$ Program. The GIRL$ Program is funded by a grant from Wells Fargo. Advance registration is required to participate. Registration information is available on the Enchanted Closet website, www.enchantedcloset.org
About The Enchanted Closet:
The Enchanted Closet is a volunteer-run, private non-profit service organization whose mission is to physically, mentally, and emotionally outfit Metro Atlanta high school girls from low-income families through programs that prepare them for social and professional milestones. Established in 2003 to distribute prom dresses to girls in metropolitan Atlanta, the Enchanted Closet also offers a GIRL$™ Service-Learning Program throughout the year to increase the self awareness, self esteem, and self sufficiency of girls. For more information, visit the Enchanted Closet Web site at www.enchantedcloset.org.