Workshops

All iDEW virtual workshops are free to iDEW students.

All iDEW students can participate, but there are limited slots for each workshop.

Scrum Training

June 6-10
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

What is agile? Students will be challenged to become familiar with the process and to understand why being Agile is essential. In this workshp iDEW students will be given the opportunity to sit for Scrum Master certification. This certification will assist students with project management skills. No prior experience necessary.

Code Black Indy Game Design

June 6-10
1:30 - 4 p.m.

You ever wanted to have your own game in the App Store or GooglePlay? Join us in using Uniity Game Development and building and launching your very own game! In this workshop you'll learn, from start to finish, what it takes to be the best game on the market.

Code Black Indy A+ Certification

June 13-July 8
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Want to learn how computers work and how to repair them? Have dreams of building your own computer? This CompTia A+ certification workshop will teach essential skills needed for any traditional IT career.

NET+ Certification

June 13-July 8
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Want to learn how to confi gure, troubleshoot and oversee networks? This training will help build upon your IT knowledge. The CompTIA Net+ certifi cation training program will prepare you for a career as an IT networking professional.

Open to students who have taken the A+ Certification; are in the class of 2022 or 2023; or by teacher recommendation.

Speaking College

June 13-17
1:30 - 4 p.m.

What makes you a leader? How do you brand yourself? The Speaking College Workshop taught iDEW students how to hone those skills as they began their journey to college or the IT fi eld. Students participated inbhands-on activities and culminated the week with a virtual Escape Room Challenge.

Code Black Indy Graphical Cinema

June 20-24
1:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Do you love unique animated characters and creatures? In this workshop your instructor will teach you how to build realistic characters using Blender 3D graphics software as well as begin creating your own animations.

Technology Requirements

In order for participants to recieve the ultimate experiencce in the iDEW E-Workshops it is recommended to have a computer, chromebook or tablet that can access a virtual platform similiar to Zoom. Participants are required to access a virtual platform (for Live sessions). The minimum participation requirement is a smartphone.

Program Stipend

Students who complete the 4 week NET+ Certification or Code Black Indy A+ Certification will qualify for up to $800 in stipends.

Contact

Tina Rice
tinrice@iu.edu
317-435-9714

Register by May 30