Field Trips

Field trips are full and half-day excursions that enable youth and families to experience the tech world on their own turf and terms. These trips are highly successful at reducing the "distance" between many young people's everyday reality and what is possible for their future. 

Field Trip Collaborators

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Past  Field Trips

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Tenderloin, San Francisco

Tenderloin Museum

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Fall, 2019

Boys and Girls Club middle schoolers toured the Tenderloin Museum to learn the history of their neighborhood and collect stories in preparation for designing an augmented reality tour of the Tenderloin.

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Fall, 2019

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Niantic Labs 

Embarcadero, San Francisco

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Boys and Girls Club middle schoolers toured Niantic labs to learn about game design and the types of jobs that are available in the industry.

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Tenderloin Neighborhood Tour

Tenderloin, San Francisco

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Fall 2019

Tenderloin Boys and Girls Club middle schools take and give a tour of their own neighborhood to prepare for creating an augmented reality tour of the Tenderloin.

Academy of Art University, School of Game Design

San Francisco

Fall 2018, Spring 2019

Kroc Center middle and high-schoolers toured Academy of Art University's School of Game design to learn how games are designed and participated in game testing and feedback sessions.