A good deal of the intern’s responsibility would be creating flash games. The students could also create the models and sets for the games in Maya. We are happy to work with the student to make it possible for them to receive course credit for the internship (if that would be an option). Would you please pass the word on to your students? I sure would appreciate it!
If a student is interested, please have them contact Rebecca Bazzle. firstname.lastname@example.org or (843) 556-1923.
Multimedia Design/ Flash Animation and Actionscripting Internship (CIP)
Employer Name: Microburst Learning
No of Openings: 2
Work Schedule: flexible hours per week: part-time 20 hours or full-time 40 hours
Employment Start Date: May 2010 Employment End Date: August 2010
Job Description: Multimedia Design/ Flash Animation and Actionscripting Internship
We are looking for a creative, responsible and talented person to create flash based educational games for k-12 students and interactions for Virtual Job Shadows.
Qualifications: The successful candidate should be able to pay close attention to detail, be able to follow instructions, meet deadlines and have the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. The intern should have expertise in Flash, specifically designing layouts, animating characters, and writing Actionscript 2. The intern should have strong programming skills to be able to develop interactive educational games. The hire should be familiar with Photoshop and able to edit pictures or graphics. The candidate should be a self-organizing problem solver able to work in a team environment.
Application Instructions: Submit electronic resume to Rebecca Bazzle, Creative Director, Microburst Learning.