Game Design and Development Internship
We are looking for Game Design and Development interns to serve on our Digital Platform Development Development (DPD) team . Game Design and Development interns will be part of the team that is charged with developing our immersive learning platform and experiences. This extends from supporting the development of simulation logic to developing gaming environments. It is a 40-hour commitment per month initially and a ground-floor opportunity to help build something that will revolutionize learning, connect students from across the globe, and make a quality education available to all students regardless of where they live.
WHAT YOU'LL DO:
Support and influence the design and development of our Immersive Learning Platform
Support the design of simulation levels based on scenarios and events depicted in instructional materials used for high school students
Spend time in the market to understand common primary problems, and help find innovative solutions.
Work with CTO and top executives to define product release requirements.
Participate in Company Wide Professional Development initiatives
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Game Programming, or a related field or proof of current enrollment
Candidates with at least 2 years of software development experience and be skilled in the following areas: C++, Game or visual simulation development, Game engines preferably Unreal 4, Game design, Software design, Agile development processes
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
Our internships are focused on education development, 21st-century skill mastery, leadership development, and analytical thinking. Additional skills include:
Code Development and troubleshooting within a team setting
Digital platform research, evaluate, and design.
Rational game and level design
Communication and interpersonal skills (written and verbal);
Problem Solving: Ability to develop multiple solutions to the same problem and identify the failure mechanisms associated with each.
Simulation and Instructional design
24/7 Teach Interns are challenged to add value to projects and are encouraged to take risks, and think outside of the box. We invest in our interns by providing them with clear direction and leadership for a robust and rewarding experience. Our Interns do not serve as assistants, work on projects that directly generate revenue for the organization, and do not displace regular employees.