How do you find an internship in the animation industry? It's a question we often get asked here at Animation Apprentice. Internships can be an important stepping stone to a career in animation. If an internship goes well, it might lead to a job, and even if it doesn't, it still looks good on a graduate CV. Finding an internship is a lot like finding a job, though perhaps a little harder in some ways. Watch the short video above to see how to go about it.
Internships in the Animation Industry
To see more on finding internships in the animation industry, read this blog post.
Jobs Resources at Animation Apprentice
We have many resources available at Animation Apprentice aimed at helping our students find work in the animation industry. To get started, see the blog posts below:
- How do graduates find work in the animation industry?
- Demo Reel Advice - at Skwigly
- Demo Reel Advice by Animal Logic
- Why Animators Need to be on LinkedIn
- Be the Rhino - remember that rejection is normal
- Six Rules to Create a Great CV
- How to Write a Cover Letter
- How to Find an Animation Internship
- Blue Zoo Recruitment Tips
- Escape Studios' Free Industry Survival Guide
- Escape Studios Free Careers Guide
- Michael Morgan: "From the Classroom to the Studio"
- Why Animators Need their Own Blog or Website
- How to be a Freelance Animator
- 12 Rules to Find Work in the Animation Industry
- Pixar Advice for Graduates