Paul Yeager, the founder and head teacher of Yeager Educational Services, offers programming, beginning game design, and archery classes. Programming and game design classes are available through charter vendors for homeschooled students and offered as extra curricular activities for students in main stream schools.
Yeager founded this business to spread his interest and love for both archery and programming to the younger generations, preparing a group of students for going into that specific career.
For the past six years the Yeager has provided this service to many students, two of which have gone into either programming or game design through universities such as CSU, Chico.
With over 20 years of experience in software
development, working for places such as IBM for the past 8 years, Yeager uses every aspect of his knowledge of programming to help students learn the skills needed to start programming NOW. He is also
certified through Maya Archery to not only teach but to also facilitate tournaments, Yeager helped
put on a national competition two years ago.
Through his passion for programming, game design, and archery, Yeager wants to raise trained programmers for the future of the industry and teach a fun, useful sport to young people which gets students out of the house and into nature.
“Giving students the ability to build their own software programs is to invest in the future of our growing
society,” said Yeager on his programming classes. “Our
society is run by technology. That’s where the new job market is headed.”