MPS is offering the first Esports course this summer

A one-of-a-kind course is underway this summer for select Milwaukee Public School students: Esports. Students strive to turn their love of video games into job opportunities. “There’s a lot of areas, like esports and gaming and technology in general, you can instead of being a coder or whatever you can go to the economics side and talk about stats and analytics and the whole industry for example,” Hamilton said. Mousa Qatoum, higher graduate. The courses aim to give students a broader understanding of the industry. Students will be able to apply the skills learned to a variety of technology-related jobs. The course lasts three weeks and is scheduled for five hours a day. At present, it is only offered during this summer school session. During the rest of the school year, MPS organizes extracurricular activities and clubs in several high schools.

A one-of-a-kind course is underway this summer for select Milwaukee Public School students: Esports.

Students strive to turn their love of video games into job opportunities.

“There’s a lot of areas, like esports and gaming and technology in general, you can instead of being a coder or whatever you can go to the economics side and talk about stats and analytics and the whole industry for example,” Hamilton said. Mousa Qatoum, higher graduate.

The courses aim to give students a broader understanding of the industry.

Students will be able to apply the skills learned to a variety of technology-related jobs.

The course lasts three weeks and is scheduled for five hours a day.

For the moment, it is only offered during this summer session.

During the rest of the school year, MPS organizes extracurricular activities and clubs in several high schools.

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