Looking for an entry level job or internship in animation? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
If the art of animation interests you, then some possible careers include a 2D or 3D animator, a digital cel animator, a character designer, or a mixed media animator, depending on where your animation interests lie. If the programming interests you more, jobs in software development and production–writing the scripts that make the animations animate–would be more up your alley. No matter which side of animation interests you more, knowing a little about the other part of animation will only help you.
While entering a career in entertainment is a popular option, it’s not the only one. Game companies, movie studios, and cartoon channels employ a lot of animators, but simulations and virtual reality are becoming more common, and animations are often used for training as well.
|Sr. Character Animator|
Confidential San Diego, CA
|Digital Animation Filmmaker|
The Chronicle of Higher Education Sub Valencia, CA
|Tech Svcs - Animation Ride & Show Controls (Electronics)|
Universal Orlando Resort Orlando, FL
|Tech Svcs - Animation Show Control (Lighting)|
Universal Orlando Orlando, FL
|Audio Visual Technician|
Outsource Austin, TX
|Promotional Ambassador (Fairfield Glade)|
Wyndham Vacation Ownership Spring City, TN
|Entertainment Tech Full Time, Aulani- A Disney Resort & Spa|
Disney Kapolei, HI
|Audio Visual: Become a Satellite TV Technician/Installer|
Dish Network Macomb, MI
|Video Journalist (Reporter) - TWC News Greensboro|
Time Warner Cable Greensboro, NC
|EDITOR & SCIENTIFIC WRITER|
Houston Methodist Hospital Houston, TX
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