We’re Hiring: Director/Senior Director of Learning

  Games for Change (G4C) seeks an outstanding Director/Sr. Director of Learning to work with G4C’s Chief Learning Officer to build out the G4C Learning brand by supporting the design and implementation of existing and new learning programs.The Director/Sr. Director of Learning will also support the development of new curriculum for use in programs and… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Operations Coordinator (Part-Time)

  Games for Change seeks an organized, proactive, and team-oriented Operations Coordinator to provide support on the day-to-day operations that help G4C headquarters run smoothly. This candidate will not only maintain the daily workflow but help us improve it. This person will report to the Director of Programs and Operations. This is a part-time, entry-level… Read more »

We’re Hiring: Program Coordinator (Education)

  Games for Change seeks an organized, proactive, and team-oriented Program Coordinator to provide support for the G4C Student Challenge. This person will report to the Director of Programs and Operations and the Program Manager. This is a full-time entry level position operating remotely currently but may eventually transition to working in the NYC office…. Read more »

We’re Hiring: Communications and Social Media Coordinator

  Join the growing Games for Change team! G4C is looking for a full-time Communications and Social Media Coordinator to work closely with the Communications Manager to help grow our global presence across all social media platforms and execute creative strategies. The ideal candidate will be passionate about video games and have an in-depth knowledge… Read more »

Building a Safe, Accessible, and Impactful Immersive Future

This is a guest blog post from the XR Association.   As we begin to emerge from quarantine, the monumental lifestyle changes that once defined the “new normal” have grown familiar. For most Americans, these include the shift across sectors to remote working and learning and the new digital-forward workplace – changes not likely to… Read more »