Dreamworks Internships

http://www.dreamworksanimation.com/company/careers/internships

Example positions:

Creative Intern (Summer)

Now accepting resumes for the Summer Program (full-time, paid) starting around 6/2/14.

DreamWorks Animation seeks an Intern for the Creative department in Glendale, CA. Intern will be exposed to the inner workings of the Creative group within themarketing business development organization. Intern will learn the responsibilities of a Character Artist within a studio environment and see how character art is used to anchor retail programs and key product categories. Intern will gain insight into the world of storytelling through compelling product development. Intern will gain exposure to design projects, including a variety of commercial requirements such as style guides, retail presentations, publishing book cover designs and overallproduct development.

Qualifications

Must be a Junior or Senior BA/BS or Masters candidate currently enrolled in a four-year college or university. Candidates should have a combination of traditional fine art and technical art skills. Must be proficient in Illustrator and Photoshop andCS 6 suite for Mac. A working knowledge of Maya is a plus. The ability interpret various artistic styles is essential. Must have a professional manner and exceptional communication skills. Must be detailed oriented with strong organizational skills and have the ability to multitask, take direction and hit deadlines. We are not able to sponsor international students in Overhead departments.

Post Production Intern (SM)

Now accepting resumes for the Summer Program (full-time, paid) starting around 6/2/14.

DreamWorks Animation seeks an Intern for the Post Production department in Glendale, CA. Intern will gain an overview of how a film and a DVD project moves through a studio digital post pipeline, including exposure to marketing & production requests for assets during the finishing of a film. Intern will gain knowledge of various digital post production duplication processes in a studio dubroom. Intern will learn how a studio partners with other movie studios and other post facilities in order to prepare a film and/or DVD for release. Intern will develop the organizational & communication skills necessary for a frenetic production environment and specifically for an entry-level Production Assistant position within the studio.

Qualifications

Must be a Junior or Senior BA/BS candidate currently enrolled in a four-year college/university. Film/Cinema, Communications, Media Studies or related majors preferred. Candidates should be well organized, highly self-motivated individuals who function well in fast-paced, frenetic production based environments. Those applying must be confident and proactive with excellent communication skills (written, verbal and interpersonal) and feel comfortable interacting with employees at all levels of the organization. Knowledge of office management software (Excel, Word, Gmail, etc.) is necessary. We are not able to sponsor international students in Overhead departments.

Artistic Developmt Intern (SM)

Now accepting resumes for the Summer Program (full-time, paid) starting around 6/2/14.

DreamWorks Animation seeks an Intern for the Artistic Development department in Glendale, CA. Intern will learn how a studio research library is maintained andobserve various research projects. Intern will gain exposure to the archiving process for original artwork. Intern may also learn how to coordinate and develop various Artistic Development and Outreach events. Intern will gain knowledge of both the Story and Visual development process as well as the expectations of an entry level position in a production environment.

Qualifications

Must be a Junior or Senior BA/BS candidate currently enrolled in a four-year college/university. Art, Animation, and/or Communications majors strongly preferred. Candidates should be well organized, highly self-motivated individuals who function well in fast-paced, frenetic production based environments. Those applying must be confident and proactive with excellent communication skills (written, verbal and interpersonal) and feel comfortable interacting with employees at all levels of the organization. Must have knowledge of graphic design software, especially experience with Adobe PhotoShop and Premiere. Knowledge of office management software is necessary, including Excel, Word, Gmail, and FileMaker Pro. We are not able to sponsor international student in Overhead departments.

Production Intern (Summer)

Now accepting resumes for the Summer Program (full-time, paid) starting around 6/2/14.

DreamWorks Animation seeks Production Interns for the studio in Glendale, CA. Interns will be assigned to a department on an animated feature film and gain insight into production office staff responsibilities. Specific exposure will depend on department, but can range from front-end development/story to back-end lighting and effects.

Qualifications

Must be a Junior or Senior BA/BS candidate currently enrolled in a four-year college/university. Film/Cinema, Communications, Media Studies or related majors preferred. Candidates should be well organized, highly self-motivated individuals who function well in fast-paced, frenetic production based environments. Those applying must be confident and proactive with excellent communication skills (written, verbal and interpersonal) and feel comfortable interacting with employees at all levels of the organization. Knowledge of office management software (Excel, Word, Gmail, etc.) is necessary. We are not able to sponsor international students in production internships.

Training Intern (Summer)

Now accepting resumes for the Summer Program (full-time, paid) starting around 6/2/14.

DreamWorks Animation seeks an Intern for the Digital Training department in Redwood City, CA. Intern will learn about the digital training process for various production artists (Animator, Effects Artist, Surfacer, Matte Painter, etc.) at an animation studio, including gaining an operational knowledge of training lab equipment. Intern will have opportunity to attend training classes to learn about the animation pipeline and the software used to create our movies. Intern will have opportunity to meet with artists from departments of interest to learn about the day to day process for those departments.

Qualifications

Must be a Junior or Senior BA/BS candidate currently enrolled in a four-year college or university. Must be interested in CG animated feature film production and have experience in 2D/3D digital media. Must be proficient with Word, Excel, Outlook, & Photoshop in a Windows environment. Must be detail-oriented and possess excellent written skills. We are not able to sponsor international students in Overhead departments.

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