The Black Collegiate Gaming Association (BCGA) teamed up again with Sony Interactive Entertainment and its PlayStation Career Pathways Program for the Fall 2021 BCGA Success Scholarship. 12 scholarship recipients were announced via social media, distributing a total of $100,000. The following
The BCGA Success Scholarship supported by PlayStation Career Pathways Program awarded 32 scholars over $100,000 in scholarships during 2021. BCGA and Sony Interactive Entertainment will continue to present the scholarship this Spring during Black College Con (BCC), and We Got Game (WGG).
The Black Collegiate Gaming Association was established to provide education, access, and career opportunities in the gaming and esports industry to black and women of color college students. BCGA offers virtual and on-campus curriculums, inter-collegiate video gaming competitions, internships and post-graduation job opportunities, team building and leadership training, professional development and networking events, scholarships and mentorships, and on-campus esports and gaming labs.
The second annual Black College Con (BCC) and Women Got Game (WGG) will tour during Black History Month and Women’s History Month in 2022.
(All information was provided by Black Girl Nerds)
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