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Teen MDM: Tomorrow's Master of Digital Media Program

Teen MDM: Tomorrow's Master of Digital Media Program
09 May 2019 by DigiBC

Tomorrow's Master of Digital Media Program 

Tomorrow’s Master of Digital Media Program (TMDM) is a 2-week intensive summer camp designed for students entering grades 9-12 with artistic or technical interests who want to explore educational and career opportunities in the video game and digital media industry. Students will learn rapid prototyping and collaborative techniques and will work in teams to build a playable digital media product at the end of this fun 2-week course. TMDM is running July 8 - 19, 2019.



TMDM gives teens an opportunity to explore digital media in ways that are not offered in the traditional education system. Teens can discover career paths and interests that will help them make informed academic and career decisions.


Teens will learn:

  • Game design and critique
  • How to tell better stories
  • How to choose team partners and work in groups
  • Improvisation and role play
  • The business of the industry
  • Rapid iteration, prototyping, and design essentials 

These skills are taught by drawing out individual strengths in a strong team-based environment.


Who is a TMDM student?

TMDM is for students entering grades 9-12 with artistic and/or technical talent. We are seeking an equal mix of girls and boys.



Have more questions? Feel free to contact us.


Tuition and Fees

The cost for the entire program is $1100 per student. Partial bursaries may become available for students who require financial support.

Unlike other summer camps, TMDM is a competitive entry program. Applicants must write a letter of intent and include a signature from their teachers. Students are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. 


What is Included?

  • Mentoring from MDM faculty
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Graduation event for family & friends
  • Software and hardware
  • TMDM t-shirt
  • Lunch each day



Sponsorship Opportunities

TMDM is a cost-recovery initiative. We rely on sponsors to cover the costs associated with running the program. If your organization is interested in becoming a sponsor get in touch with our director of Industry Relations, Dennis Chenard.