Games for Change Seeks Production Intern

Games for Change is seeking a full-time production intern to assist with a range of game development projects.

We’re Looking for Someone Who’s…:

  • Passionate about and interested in social impact games and video game development (production, design, and development).
  • Organized, self-motivated, and proactive.
  • Able to work with remote teams.

Position Details:

  • Opening available immediately.
  • Based in Boston or New York City with the possibility of remote work for the right candidate.
  • For school credit only. Applicants must be enrolled in a college or university level program and be eligible to receive school credit.

How to Apply:

Games for Change invites any interested interns to send us your resume along with the following information to contact [at] gamesforchange [dot] org:

  • School, program, and year of expected graduation.
  • Overview of interest and experience with games (design, play, tools used, etc.).
  • Details on any prior related internship experience.

10 Comments

zhengqin

I'm a student in NYFA, study game design and i'm willing to get this internship. I'm a professional graphic designer and also good at 3d modeling. I have almost two years working experience for animation and background design. Also I have been doing the volunteer this year and I really enjoy it. Hope I can have this opportunity :).

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zheng

thx, already send my resume to "contact@gamesforchange.org". This address right?
hope I can get lucky 🙂

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Games for Change

Yes, that's right. We've received your application and will get back to you soon. Thanks!

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Clint Magzul

This seems like a great opportunity !
I also applied for this internship.
Good luck!

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Justin Abayomi

I'm very interested in seeking an internship with the hope of gaining first hand experience in the game industry, can I ask if opportunities are available in or around Washington DC or Maryland areas?

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Games for Change

Glad to hear you're interested, Justin. We do not have any local opportunities in DC or Maryland now but will consider remote work for the right candidate. Please let us know if you have any other questions!

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