Introducing the Lighthouse Labs Prize for SFU By: Jeremy Shaki April 15, 2014 Updated November 20, 2020 Estimated reading time: 1 minutes. Lighthouse Labs is pleased to announce a $7,000 donation for the creation of the Lighthouse Labs Prize, given annually to a student from SFU's Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology who demonstrates a commitment to personal development and achievment in their studies. The receipient will be awarded a spot at the Lighthouse Labs Web Development Bootcamp course in the summer months. The Lighthouse Labs Prize is intended to recognize promising, creative students in the Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology (FCAT) at Simon Fraser University who have demonstrated interest in web development. The Prize will be offered to a student who has demonstrated creativity, problem-solving, and an aptitude for learning how things work. The student will also have demonstrated aptitude in web development, experience with web platforms and languages and has expressed interest in working in the field after graduation. The recipient of the prize will go through the full 8-week Lighthouse Labs Web Development Bootcamp course, graduating with the skills of an entry level web developer. The intensive, immersive course is primarily a hands-on learning exprience where students learn by building web apps with the support of industry professionals. Are you an FCAT Student who is interested? Apply here The Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology at SFU is an exciting intersection of communication, art, and technology. It is what happens when creativity meets new technology, when science meets art, when design encounters new media. FCAT offers a broad range of programs in Communication, Con- temporary Arts, Interactive Arts and Technology, Publishing and New Media. The faculty has a rich history of innovation and collaboration in its component units and is excited by the potential of collaboration across our schools and with the community.