'How To Break Into The Game Industry' Workshop Announced
6:22 AM | Jean-Luc Dinsdale | Comment on this story
The Game Initiative, an association of gaming industry professionals, has announced a new, How To Break Into The Game Industry 'mini-conference', to be held in San Francisco on Saturday, January 31st of this year.
The Game Initiative, whose charter is to help serve the needs of companies involved in producing gaming hardware and software for all electronic media, is the organisation resonsible for the annual Austin Game Conference. Its members and advisors include some of the gaming industry's more notable individuals, including Take Two Entertainment's Mike Wilson, Sony Online Entertainment's Rich Vogel, and Metrowerks' Melissa Jacobus.
The mini-conference is targeted to students, artists, programmers, and designers in the Bay Area wanting to break into the ever-growing gaming industry, as well as industry insiders seeking out new opportunities. The program will provide a brief industry overview, identify requirements and current technology trends, and detail the qualifications and skill sets that are in demand. The day will end with a two-hour Resume Workshop, an open forum discussion where industry recruiters and hiring managers will help future employees shape up their resumes.
The mini-conference costs $35 USD for advanced registrations, or $45 at the door. Click on the link below for more information.
The Game Initiative: How To Break Into Games
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