ESports Productions V2

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This session aired at ScIC6 Science is Cool Virtual Unconference on Thursday, July 29, 2021.

Esports leagues in schools can be a pathway for kids to discover and learn the skills necessary to enter the tech workforce of the 21st century. Todd discusses how student-led productions work in schools to engage students and prepare them for the future.

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Todd Conley  Founder | Highschool.GG

Todd Conley has an MBA in Technology Management from University of Washington, is former Microsoft, and board of Washington DECA. He played college tennis and coached at the high school, collegiate, and tour level. He founded HighSchool.GG to provide a positive and captivating learning experience for all students. He recognizes that students learn best when they are engaged and having fun, and sees that enabling youth to operate an eSports franchise in High School is the perfect answer to today’s environment where future NCAA student-athletes are discouraged from treating themselves as a business in high school. HighSchool.GG is re-prioritizing learning the technical and business skills they’ll need to succeed in the economy of the future. 

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Email Todd at todd@highschool.gg

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