Jamtech is a full day conference where teens learn to create video games using Unity. I dropped of 2 teens in the morning and talked to some of the volunteers. It was well organized and high-energy. I returned in the afternoon to see the showcase where all participants had the opportunity to share what they had designed and developed that day. It was fun to see the variety of types and styles of games the youth had worked on. The ones that I took said they had a good time and learned a lot. This was a fun and educational event. For only $18 participants received breakfast, lunch, snacks and a t-shirt in addition to the education and fun. Sponsors are Carney Inc, Carney Labs, the Computer Game Design Program and GMU, and Little Arms Studios who hold Jamtech twice a year in the spring and fall.