NORWALK, Conn. -- Game Haven of Connecticut in Norwalk offers a new program called "Tech Academy" for all ages.
The program provides education and computer training in video gaming entertainment, according to a company announcement.
Hourly training sessions are offered Monday to Sunday for kids, teens, adults and senior citizens.
The program offers 50 courses in coding, game design and development, graphic design, 3D printing, web design and computer building.
Homework assistance and tutoring for students is available after school and on weekends with "video game rewards" for completing assignments.
"Most kids and their parents don’t realize how large the computer software, hardware, and video game industries are and how high the demand is for ambitious young professionals with very rewarding careers ahead," said owner Brent Goren, and the company's "game guru."
"Game Haven is the place for social gaming. But now we want to reward kids for being diligent in their studies, industrious in their work-ethic, and optimistic for success.”
For more information on programs for all ages, click here or call (475) 355-1755.
Game Haven is located at 10 Cross St., Norwalk.