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Awesome!
Lead Instructor (Former Employee), North Andover, MAFebruary 1, 2014
Pros: everything is paid for so your paycheck is actually more than just the number
Cons: you will have very little free time for 5-7 weeks
If you don't mind kids and being paid to act foolish, this is the best job ever. Not only is iD a great place to work if you have no summer plans, but hard work is rewarded and the people, even corporate, are great to work with which can be very rare these days.

The only downside is the time it will take out of your schedule, especially if you don't – more... commute, but the paycheck and friends you'll make are worth it by far. – less
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work with others passionate about video game development, influence the future of game devs
Game Level Design Instructor (Former Employee), Campbell, CANovember 15, 2013
Pros: free food, free beds, tours of game studios
Cons: no paid travel, obscene hours, no ac during summmer
-Work tirelessly with students to help them make video games
-Make sure they are in a safe fun environment
-Try and maker gamer kids sociable by playing outdoors
-Take tours of game studios
-make connections
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Amazing Place to Work!
Instructor (Former Employee), Pleasantville, NYSeptember 5, 2012
Pros: meals included, great staff, upward mobility, amazing experience
iD Tech was one of the most amazing places I have ever worked. The staff I worked with were a group of great people and the company really provides everything that they feel you'll need to be the best you can be.
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An engaging and rewarding place to learn and teach game design
Lead Instructor (Former Employee), Stanford, CASeptember 4, 2012
Pros: ability to teach and do what i love, very receptive management
Cons: long hours, can be highly stressful
A typical day of work involved organizing campers for three meals a day and effectively teaching them difficult concepts of both level and game design. Additionally, it entailed ensuring other instructors had what they needed to teach their respective classes effectively. The management was also very receptive and open to suggestions and were extremely – more... adaptable. The hardest part of the job was teaching in a very loud, crowded room. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing kids genuinely understand and enjoy creating their own levels and actively seek out more information. – less
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Great part time work
Instructor (Former Employee), Campbell, CAAugust 2, 2012
I felt at ease at all times, and my manager was firm but fair about what needed to be done along with what might have been considered ridiculous.