Kaitlyn Bajakian loves to create banners, stationery … and video games.
As she heads off to college this fall, the 2015 Panther Creek High School grad is taking along life skills and special training that could jumpstart her on that hot career path: Courses dubbed SciVis, or Scientific and Technical Visualization, and GAD, or Game Art & Design.
“We learned technology skills and programming to create games, but also problem solving and time management,” Kaitlyn said of the Career & Technical Education classes at Panther Creek. “The classes are project-based, so we had to keep up with deadlines. And we learned better teamwork skills, because we really needed to work together. That made things easier in my other classes.”
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