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Stop Playing. Start Creating. Repeat
Tuesday, October 17, 2006 @ 5:00 pm
On Tuesday October 17th, representatives from Electronic Arts will be making a presentation on the MIT campus. EA’s Head of University Relations, Colleen McCreary, will be giving an overview presentation of EA’s worldwide businesses, as well as the company’s Internship and New College Grad programs. Tom Wilson ’05 & ‘06 and Nick Hunter ’06 will discuss their experiences in EA’s internship program, the interview process, and their first few months working full time in games.
Sponsored by Electronic Arts and Comparative Media Studies at MIT. This event is open to the public.
Food will be served, and there will be swag.
When: 5pm Tuesday October 17th
Tom Wilson received his SB in Course 6 in 2005, and his MEng in 2006. While at MIT, he worked as a UROP on the Games To Teach project as a developer for the games SuperCharged! and EMK. In the summer of 2005, he worked as an engineering intern on The Godfather videogame at EA’s Redwood Shores campus. Currently, he works as an engineer on the new Simpsons game.
Nick Hunter ’06 graduated with degrees in course 14 and 21.CMS last June. At MIT he was a UROP on The Education Arcade’s Revolution project as a scripter and designer. Summer of ’05 he worked as a production intern on NFL Head Coach at EA’s Tiburon Studio in Orlando, and now works as a Feature Producer in the Sims Division at EA’s Redwood Shores campus.