G4CGeneration for Collaboration (UK)
G4CGames for Change (New York, NY)
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Suzanne Seggerman, G4C co-founder and president, said that a majority of mainstream games fail, and that rate increases for social issue games.
Founded in 2004, G4C facilitates the creation and distribution of social impact games that serve as critical tools in humanitarian and educational efforts.
Jerry Brown, the Democrats' presumed nominee heading into the June primary, is glad to see G4C making use of hard won momentum.
We know how decisive energy and turnout in our demo will be to this fall's elections, yet once again we are being overlooked by the media," noted G4C Communications Director Eli Dansky.
G4C provides support, visibility and shared resources to individuals and organizations using digital games about real world issues, from poverty to the environment and global conflicts.
In September, G4C will be holding a Building Information Modelling (BIM) seminar.
He was involved in the set up and development of the G4C North East group and very much believes in promoting young professionals to engage with not only their professional bodies but also Government and other sectors.
CONSTRUCTING Excellence's regional group, Generation for Change - otherwise known as G4C - brings together the younger generation of construction industry professionals with the overarching aim of improving future working practices and driving the positive change the industry needs.
In a year that has seen CENE establish their exciting G4C group (Generation for Change) - a best practice and networking group for the region's young construction professional.
YOUNG ACHIEVER - G4C Sponsored by: Northern Counties Builders Federation Winner (Trade): Caroline McCarroll, nominated by Gus Robinson Developments Ltd Winner (Professional): Rebecca Cowen, nominated by Northumbria University This award recognised the top students from both the professions and college sectors.
If so, Generation for Change, or G4C, would like to welcome you to our launch event to tell you who we are and what we want to achieve with built environment professionals like you.
Carinna Perkin, 24, was one of only four winners and the only one from outside London to pick up a G4C Umbrella Group Award for her passion about the built environment and commitment to social architecture.