Never underestimate the value of a good internship. There’s no better way to learn the trade of game development than working in day-to-day production. Game design students aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty and while they’re stealing with their eyes, they might also bring a fresh perspective or add a personal flavour to your project.
So with that in mind, we’d like to invite you to join the LUCA School of Arts CMD speed dating session (link in Dutch) on 19th November at 5 PM. To ensure everyone’s safety, the event is going completely digital for the first time. Companies who sign up for the event (deadline 28th of October – get to it!) will get access to a portal where all students can present themselves. It sounds a bit like a pageant, but with beautiful game developers instead.
After you’ve selected a shortlist of 5 candidates, you’ll be able to have a 10 minute video chat with them during the event. Each intern has a unique profile and specific skill set, so that way you can check if there’s a match with your studio and/or project. Student interaction designers focus on the social context. They use media and technology in a creative way to shape communication between people. Apprentice game designers combine game concepts with the latest technologies in order to transfer information and shape interactions.
- Sign up here (link in Dutch) before 28th of October
- Browse the available students and create a shortlist of 5 candidates
- Have a 10 minute video chat with them on 19th of November
- Enjoy the benefit of having a kick-ass intern at your studio in March – May 2021 (12 weeks)
Internships rock! Woo! *insert enthusiasm here*