Join us Saturdays November 11th & 18th


As we learn to create websites to display our individual projects, drawing and information about our extracurricular activities.

8am until 1pm

at the MADE (The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment – 3400 Broadway Avenue, Oakland, CA).

Learn how to better manage your school projects and create video games as your first projects and create a website to display your work and tell people who you are.  Also add to your repertoire of video games and drawings that you created by staying with us as the MADE‘s staff teach to program more video games and create characters and backgrounds for our websites and video games.


  • 2 Project Management (PM) – Website Creation classes (8-10am) – taught by Sonja C. Stewart, PMP from PJMan & The StarGazers -REQUIRED;
  • 2 Scratch Video Game Programming classes (10-11:30am) – taught by staff from the MADE _NOT REQUIRED; Can Play in Museum but must attend drawing class;  Can also use this class if you’re short no more than two Video Game classes; and
  • 2 Scratch Drawing classes (12 – 1pm)- taught by staff from the MADE or Sonja C. Stewart, PMP from PJMan & The StarGazers – REQUIRED;  We will use skills previously taught by Al Sweigart and  Jack Pryne to refine our avatars and other computer graphics.  We will empower other student to share what they’ve found to be best practices for creating our graphics.

The PM – Website creation and Scratch Drawing classes are required to receive a Certificate of Completion.

From 11:30 – noon students can play in museum for free.

All participants will receive at least a Certificate of Participation.

To REGISTER, click here.


To learn more about our classes, click contact Sonja at or 510-269-4814.

To see What We’ve Done so Far, visit our Portfolio Page




Sponsored by:


The MADE (Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment)

was our first partners.  When we approached them about partnering to teach kids project management Pro Bono  they offered us use of their space as well as to teach our kids Scratch Video Game Programming and drawing for free.  The MADE teaches the Scratch Video Game Programming class for kids 9-15 years old every Saturday from 10 -11:30pm for free.

The MADE is the only all-playable video game museum in the world. We were the first dedicated open to the public video game museum in the United States. Our collection houses over 5,300 playable games. The MADE is a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to the preservation of video game history, and to educating the public on how video games are created. Our goal is to inspire the next generation of game developers.

To learn more, click here.


examspm has offered our team members their online PMP exam prep course with PMP exam application assistance at a discounted rate. To learn more about examspm, click here.



Sensei is partnering with us by allowing us to use their MS Project / Server eLearning tool and eCoach to train staff and eventually our kids to schedule using MS Project according to PMBOK and industry standards.  To learn more about Sensei and their products, click here.  To learn more about their, MS Project / Server eLearning tool and eCoach click here.

To receive the eCoach at a discounted rate, contact or call 510-269-4814



Community Snack Sponsors:

Our kids attend schools all week then arrive bright and early Saturday mornings  for more learning and continuing learning and playing until 1pm or 3pm if they need to make up a project management class.  They tell me the classes aren’t school.  One says it’s like a field trip.

We’d like to thank the following community sponsors for donating breakfast, coffee and snacks for our kids and their parents – our future leaders.  Please patronize and tell them PJMan sent you


2900 Broadway  Oakland, CA 94611


3084 Claremont Avenue  Berkeley CA 94705


   3747 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94610




3013 Broadway Oakland, CA 94611

315 1/2 20th Street   Oakland, CA 94612



Target  2187 Shattuck Ave Berkeley, CA 94704


  5727 College Avenue   Oakland, CA 94618

5700 Christie Ave, Emeryville, CA 94608