Careers in Games – parents’ night online event

Have you ever wondered how your child could start a journey into the games and immersive sector? Katie Goode from Triangular PIxels is keen to share a free online event which may be of interest to all those who have or know children who want to get into the games industry.
She says:

Into Games and Creative Assembly present Parents’ night – an evening of learning to inform parents about what career paths are in the games industry, what their child’s journey into their first games role could look like, and an introduction to some free resources to get them started.

The games industry is a young one, that evolves quickly. Many developers work on remote teams (even before COVID). It’s an incredibly creative industry which involves skills from all sorts of arts and engineering. Programmers, artists and designers, project mangers and HR, to writers and musicians who may have barely touched a computer in their life.

Parents’ Night will help you to:

  • Understand how to lead children to healthy gaming, as well as discover what games are helping children to unleash their creativity and build their own virtual experiences
  • Find out the truth behind some common games industry myths
  • Learn about what resources are available to help kickstart your child’s journey into making games
I’m looking forward to meeting new game developers in Bude.

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