How to Find a Co-op

How to Find a Co-op

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So in my last post I had discussed finding an on-campus job. Okay, so what’s next?

Finding a real one.

Our curriculum in IGM requires us to go on two co-ops, or paid internships. Okay, so what does that mean for you? Essentially, the summer after your second and third year you will be working. Really working. Like, programming in the industry. Like, real world. Scary stuff, right?

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How to Survive as an Artist in GDD?

How to Survive as an Artist in GDD?

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Game design has always been another type of artwork for me. Every once in a while when I am introduced to a new game, my very first instinct is to search up their art structure and models. If the art passes my expectation, I will likely download and test it out.

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Industry Slump

Industry Slump

So I am going to bring up a topic that hits pretty close to home, and hopefully this can help people avoid trouble in the future.

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Working Abroad

Working Abroad

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In my previous blog I wrote about my hobby of traveling with a focus on studying abroad. Since then I have taken my hobby to the next level: working abroad. This past summer I worked at a game company called Netease Games in Guangzhou, China. Hopefully by the end of this blog, I can provide some useful pointers for those interested in taking their international travels to the next level.

Best Time to Go

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Finding Employment on Campus

Finding Employment on Campus

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College is all about obtaining a job. That is what you are here for, it is what you came to do. But that does not exclude you from finding another opportunity on campus to assist in paying for any expenses you might have. I spent most of my first year looking for the perfect job, not realizing how easy it really is. 

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