What is the difference between Jumbla Academy and Jumbla Internship?
Published on Feb 25, 2016
Jumbla Internship is for recent grads who have outstanding showreels. Our interns work on a real client job (unpaid projects for charities) for 15 weeks, while being watched over carefully by our intern mentor, Jeric. Jeric’s looking for the next round of grads to employ as full time junior animators at Jumbla. Competition for a Jumbla Internship position is fierce, as every 1 internship spot we give out has 50 unsuccessful candidates.
Jumbla Academy is designed to bridge the gap between uni and the job market. This course will help get your showreel noticed by prospective employers (like Jumbla!). It’s an intensive course in a practical studio environment that will get you job ready fast! This course would also help freelancers learn some tips and tricks of the trade from a professional studio composed of senior motion graphic artists and animation experts. Upon completion of Jumbla Academy, you should be ready to walk into a junior job in a professional studio. Jumbla Academy places are limited, but due to the nature of what we’ll be teaching, admission is less selective than Jumbla’s Internship programme.