I have a rather odd request and I'm unsure if this is the right place to ask such things, but here goes:
First some background:
I teach Web Development at a rural community college in Iowa. I've also taught some elective game development classes. In recent years there has been great interest from high school students in the area wanting learn about game development. In an effort to meet this need, my college has tasked me with putting together curriculum for a full 2-year Game Development & Design degree. I have completed this task and now I need your help...
I am in need of volunteers that have experience working in the gaming industry to give their opinions and input regarding the curriculum we have created. Basically, you would be serving on the "Advisory Committee" for the program. As I mentioned, my school is located in rural Iowa so we are without direct access to game dev. companies locally. Advisory Committee meetings would be held online once per year, or ongoing through a forum or group chat of some kind. Once the advisory committee gives its blessing on the curriculum, it can be pushed through the necessary state agencies and departments.
Dedicated professionals need only apply. Even though graduates of the program would most likely need to travel to find entry level employment, the need and desire is here and we want to provide students the opportunity to succeed in the field.
Mods, of course, please move this to a more appropriate home, if you feel there is one.
Thanks for your time!