2020 Virtual Summer Workshop

Join us this summer for our virtual workshops and certifications. iDEW students have the opportunity to participate in:

  • Character and game design workshops
  • SCRUM training and certification
  • Salesforce training and certifications
  • IT leadership training

All iDEW virtual workshops are free to iDEW students.

All iDEW students can participate, but there are limited slots for each workshop.


Scrum Training/Certification

June 9 – 12
12 – 2 p.m.

What is agile? Participants in this hands-on training will leave with skills on how to become a Scrum Master and the opportunity to sit for the certification.

SoIC Game & Creature & Character Design Workshop

Character Design

June 15 – 19
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Do you love creatures and aliens; have a sketchbook full of original creations? You can bring them to life through technology! You’ll learn to draw and create characters. The instructor will recreate your images in Spore for you to share with family and friends.

Game Design

June 15 – 19
2:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Do you have an idea for a gaming world that you want to bring to life? You’ll learn to create a fully playable, original 3-D levels complete with lands, buildings, and all kinds of objects. Previous experience is not needed, just a willingness to lean and have fun!

Code Black Indy/Salesforce Certification

June 16 – July 23 (Six weeks)
12 – 2 p.m.

What’s a CRM? Why is a CRM important to businesses? How to build a business process into a Salesforce workflow? Learn these things and more during this six week workshop. Upon completion you may qualify to sit for a Salesforce certification and qualify for up to $600 in stipends. .

Speaking College Workshop

June 23 – 26
2:30 – 4:30 p.m.

What makes you a leader? How do you brand yourself? The Speaking College Workshop will teach you to hone those skills as you begin your journey to college or the IT field. You will have hands-on activities and will culminate the week with a virtual Escape Room Challenge.

Registration is closed for the 2020 workshops.

Questions? Email Tina Rice at tinrice@iu.edu or call her at 317-435-9714.

Technology Requirements

It is recommended to have a computer, Chromebook, or tablet that can access a virtual platform similar to Zoom. Participants are required to access a virtual platform (for live sessions). The minimum participation requirement is a smartphone. Participants need to be able to view video via their smart phone to allow for minimum participation.