Leadwerks Software Now Offering Internships
Leadwerks Software is now offering internships through the Center for Entreprenuership at Sacramento State University. Internships are available for programming, 3D art, web development, and marketing.
- Assist the development team with tools and core engine design.
- Work with game development team to create a sample Leadwerks3D game.
- Gain experience working in a professional software development environment.
- C++ and Lua experience are a plus but not required.
3D Art Internship
- Become proficient with the Leadwerks3D design tools.
- Provide feedback to the development team to improve the art pipeline.
- Assist game development team by producing 3D models, textures, animations, and game levels.
Web Development Internship
- Work with marketing to enhance our online identity.
- Develop social features for our online community of game developers.
- Foster online community relations.
- Author promotional materials for website, press releases, and newsletters.
- Interact with the development team to communicate technical information to the public.
- Enhance and promote our unique company brand.
Spring and summer positions are available now. Interns will work 10-20 hours a week, gaining experience working on a commercial product as part of a professional software development team. Apply at www.leadwerks.com/careers.
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