Daybreak Games Internship (Unpaid/College Credit)

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I guess this is where I should post this although it seems like maybe there should be an internship forum section.  We are looking for interns on a quarterly basis on the next session starts Feb 19th.  If you are interested, here is the link with all the information.  This is for artists but it sounds like we are open to designer and coder interns as well.  Here is the link but I will paste all the info right here as well.  You DO NOT have to be a local student like it lists at the bottom.  The only issue being that housing is not provided and thus local students have the convenience of not needing that.  Mods, if this belongs elsewhere, please feel free to move it!*E74F1E1615B6AAF6

Daybreak Game Company, LLC

TitleArtist Intern- SPRING 2016
Job Number16-0008
Job CategoryArtists
Job TypeIntern
CitySan Diego
DescriptionArtist Intern (nonpaid) / Internship Term: Spring 2016
*** Application deadline: February 19 ***

Gain valuable work experience at Daybreak Games while earning school credit.

All applicants must submit a resume, cover letter and website link showing portfolio work that exemplifies your abilities in the area or areas of concept art, character modeling, environment modeling, animation, UI or special FX.
Teacher recommendations are advantageous.

The Role:

As an Art Intern you will be assigned an artist mentor who will guide you through the process of creating art assets in your field and give you feedback on your work. You may also attend team art reviews.

Ideal Requirements:

• 18 years of age, 3rd year or higher college, or graduate student currently enrolled in a BA or MA program majoring in Fine Arts, Visual Art, Studio Art, Interactive Entertainment, Illustration or related field

• Portfolio demonstrating artistic ability in 3D principles, and/or concept pieces; knowledge of Maya, ZBrush, Photoshop and other 3D authoring packages. 

Assignment: Internships are typically the length of a quarter or semester. International students are eligible to apply if qualified and able to provide proof of authorization to work in the United States.
Neither housing nor relocation provided. Must be a local art student.
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