Written by Nicholas Uster
Created beloved films like Shrek and How to Train Your Dragon.
Headquarters in Glendale, California.
Collaboration and Creativity
Rated 4.2/5 on Glassdoor and 4.4/5 on Indeed
Employee testimonials on Glassdoor and Indeed were noticeably cheerful. A consensus among reviews seems to explain that DreamWorks is an amazing company to work for, especially for those trying to get their foot in the door. Some complaints were lower than average pay and some difficulty receiving promotions, which is why many explained it is a great place to start your career. Many reviews praised the company for the experience and insight they were able to gain, explaining that DreamWorks cares deeply for its employees. They have excellent resources for learning, a beautiful campus, and a supportive environment. They also have free food! Employees also expressed little concern for job security, as rollover onto other productions is fairly fluid. NBCUniversal acquired DreamWorks in 2016, and reviews describing changes they have brought are mixed. It can be stressful, especially around tight deadlines, but overall employees seem to enjoy the company and have a positive outlook.
An Animation Production Intern (remote) would:
Gain insight into production, workflows, and processes while assigned to a 2D or 3D animated television show.
Observe and learn about the television animation pipeline.
Join the Production Team during meetings.
DreamWorks is looking for self-motivated, outgoing interns that have exceptional communication skills. Being a team player who can multitask and keep attention to detail is desired. Overall, having a passion for artistic animation, and a genuine desire to learn about the industry will make you a perfect fit.
HOW TO APPLY
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