Entertainment Software Association, Hispanic Heritage Foundation award grants to 20 youths


games-minorityA new fellowship challenges minority youths to develop video games addressing social issues impacting their communities.

Twenty Fellows, ages 15-25, will receive grants to continue development of their projects and fly to Washington, D.C. this October and present their ideas to the White House and national community leaders.

The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) and Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) Leaders on the Fast Track (LOFT) Video Game Innovation Fellowship are sponsoring the fellowship.

The Fellows will be selected for their vision, creativity and positive impact...

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