ADVANCING THE WAY
GAMES ADVANCE US

iThrive Games prepares teens to thrive by meeting them where they are, and by working in partnership towards a world where all have the voice, choice and agency to reach their full potential.    

We use games and game design to equip teens with the skills they need to be healthy and resilient, the tools that support and protect their mental health and well-being, and the systems thinking they need to recognize inequity along with meaningful opportunities to imagine and design a better world.

We envision a world where teens are seen and valued by society, where adults have the tools they need to support teens’ development, where all healthy and purposeful lives, and where there is equal opportunity open to all, especially to those who have traditionally been marginalized.

ADVANCING THE WAY
GAMES ADVANCE US

iThrive Games prepares teens to thrive by meeting them where they are, and by working in partnership towards a world where all have the voice, choice and agency to reach their full potential.    

We use games and game design to equip teens with the social and emotional learning opportunities and the skills they need to be healthy and resilient, the tools that support and protect their mental health and well-being, and the systems thinking they need to recognize inequity along with meaningful opportunities to imagine and design a better world.

We envision a world where teens are seen and valued by society, where adults have the social and emotional learning tools they need to support teens’ development, where all healthy and purposeful lives, and where there is equal opportunity open to all, especially to those who have traditionally been marginalized.

“Using games in learning is pretty cool. Each person has their own experience and can learn the way they feel is best for them.”

— Grade 12 Student, Royal St. George’s College in Toronto, Ontario

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