Scholarship Submissions Now Open

Deadline to apply is May 31, 2021

The AIAS Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS), has opened submissions for its annual scholarship programs benefiting students and early professional in the video games industry from now until May 31, 2021.  The AIAS Foundation, WomenIn, and Girls for Gaming scholarships are provided to students and early professionals in game design, production, or business who aspire to make a mark on the games industry through their dedication, passion, and interest in pushing forward the medium of interactive entertainment.  

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2019 AIAS Foundation Scholars @ #DICE2020

Recently the 2019/2020 AIAS Foundation scholars attended the 2020 D.I.C.E. Summit for an all-expense paid trip to the annual executive leadership conference. Before the start of the conference the scholars were provided a day of professional workshop training, including courses on professional communications, resume/biography reviews and networking tips. 

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Interested in becoming a mentor?

We are looking for professional Mentors at all levels of experience across different development disciplines and business functions. Click below to learn how to help!

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Support the AIAS Foundation

Get Involved! Learn how to help us achieve our goal of helping create an inclusive worldwide interactive entertainment creative and business community through collaboration, education, and professional development.

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Amplifying New Voices

As the gaming industry evolves, we have an obligation to amplify voices from all aspects of our community. We can help change and shape the space of our industry by mentoring diverse participants who are emboldened to become our next generation of leaders.

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Help us support the next generation of game industry professionals.

Your donation can help the next generation of game developers, business managers, PR experts and the like be successful in school, find the inspiration to change the industry, or educate professionals on inclusion and increased professionalism.

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