Internship @ Jellyvision Games

Game Development Internship

Jellyvision Games, best known for YOU DON’T KNOW JACK®, the hit quiz show party game and the massively successful PC version of WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE, is preparing to make major moves in mobile, social and emergent technologies. . We’re looking to build on our storied past and expand our team to take on greater challenges and present the world with unique and engaging entertainment.

That’s lovely, but what’s this I hear about an internship program?

This summer, Jellyvision Games, Inc. is looking for a select group of interns to join the company, learn about what we do and how we do it, and contribute to the development and support of our games.  Before we get to the specific roles we’re looking to fill, here’s the lowdown on the internship program in general:

  • Open to rising seniors and recent grads – you must be graduating (or scheduled to graduate) in 2012 or 2013 to be eligible to apply.
  • 10 week program running from June 11 to August 17 – you must be available for all 10 weeks to be eligible to apply.
  • Non-local interns will be responsible for their own travel and lodging necessary to be available in Chicago for the 10 weeks of the program.
  • Interns will receive a $5,000 stipend for the summer.  (If you would prefer to receive credit for the internship rather than the stipend, give us the name of your school’s contact person who can approve internships for credit and we will see if we can arrange a for-credit internship according to your school’s guidelines.)

Beyond the stipend, what does the Jellyvision internship program offer students?

  • The opportunity to contribute to Jellyvision’s award-winning interactive products through specific short-term assignments, as well as a summer-long, collaborative project that will tap into the collective insight of the 2012 summer intern class.
  • Mentoring and feedback from members of Jellyvision’s talented and thoughtful staff.
  • Lunch presentations by superstars throughout the company on issues relevant to successful start-up companies in the tech/communications space.
  • Summer social events designed to give interns exposure to staff outside their core work area.
  • Bottom line – the opportunity to do good work, with fun people, in a relaxed and casual environment.

To apply go here.

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