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USA & Sweden Team Up On Programming Project

Mr. Mark Suter and Mr. Tobias Solem both teach computer programming using Unity.

Virtual Reality Training: Saving Companies Money

Students partner with local industries to develop custom employee-training apps. Inquire within.

VHS Digitization Capacity Being Doubled

Increased demand for converting various types of video tapes (VHS, Hi-8, Mini-DV) helps us expand!

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Connections in California

      Recently a Web Design company in California contacted Grit9 and asked for some help with issues they were having along the line of business. The company “25Design” is a student-ran company right out of the classroom very similar to Grit9. They had contacted us asking for help, tips, and basic information on how to get better at what they do and how to improve their business. 25Design

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SXSWedu – Game Design Presentations

The new “Game Design Pipeline: Start middle school or new high school students in Ready Maker (GetReady.io), a cute little brother to Unity Transition from Ready Maker in Unity’s Playground Project Use the new Unity “Learn” platform (Launching June 2019) to transition into Unity by learning: C# fundamentals Unity basics VR development   Teaching Game Design – from Ready to Unity Take a sticker! Rock-Paper-Scissors Checkers Teaching Game Design starts

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Choose Your Own Textbook

“Choose a non-fiction book to better yourself” These were the only instructions. Another opportunity afforded by the web design and photo-scanning work that we do has manifested; this time in the form of…”textbooks”. This did not need to revolved around technology or even entrepreneurship. The very process of them taking an honest look at what they need for themselves is being entrepreneurial. Students chose what matters to them, not what

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My Journey – AnnaMarie Rose

Advertising: During Tip Off a few students and I helped work a booth. We used this booth to pass out flyers and stickers to help spread our name into the local area. This let people from neighboring schools (Bath, Shawnee, and LCC) hear about our company and what we do. We used the stickers to advertise to people in the stands, considering there were at least 1,000 people at each

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Grit9: Winter Sale!

Its winter time again and Grit9 is running our Winter Sale! With up to 20% off websites and 10% off all photo scanning projects with more than 500 photos!

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My Journey -Connor McGinnis

Back when I joined Grit9, I thought that I would have been specializing and working in the web design department. I even offered to teach the web design Grit9 club. However, as time went on and I worked more and more with web design, I found myself not being motivated; not having fun. However, I thought this was what people wanted of me so I slogged on, trying to prove

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001- Choose Your Own Textbook

In Episode 1, students in the Tech and Entrepreneurship class were given a unique opportunity: Choose a textbook for yourself. Really, it’s more of a self-help book from Amazon than a textbook. Part of being entrepreneurial is taking care of yourself so that you are prepared to capitalize on opportunities outside of yourself. This episode contains the stories and choices they made. Enjoy!

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