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Tony Lebel September 1, 2010 at 11:01 am

Hello,

I just joined this society and wanted to sign up for the newsletter . While I live in Augusta, Maine I hope to be attending most of the upcoming events and really want to meet some other people both in and aspiring to be in the game development industry.

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Christine Brown September 26, 2010 at 11:15 am

Can you recommend a gaming / animation school? What should a good animation school offer? What kind of accredidation should it have? What should I watch out for? I’d appreciate any feedback or direction you can provide.

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Norm Greenberg November 30, 2010 at 11:08 am

I am producing a Career Day event at my High School in Dixfield, Maine on January 24, 2011, and I am looking for a Computer Game Designer to represent the field. We have many students interested in this career, and we really want someone who can conduct some small group workshops in which they speak about the career from experience. Is there anyone out there who might be able to do this? Thanks a lot.
Norm Greenberg

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Kelvin Maynard Jr/Community Manager March 10, 2011 at 5:01 am

I really love the news letters I receive from here!! I hope to be attending more of the upcoming events starting with the Made in MA event. My goal is to meet some other people both in and wanted to be in the game development industry.

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Joe Christensen January 5, 2012 at 8:53 pm

Hello everyone! My teacher at ITT Tech told me about this website and suggested I sign up. I’m currently working with 3ds Max and really enjoying the program. Does anyone know of any offers or deals for getting the program cheap or free? I’d love to be able to work on my laptop but the program is really expensive (over a thousand bucks!)

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Karl February 7, 2012 at 2:58 pm

So is the next post Mortem tonight Feb 7 2012?
Its not listed in upcoming events..

“We normally meet during the second week of each month, alternating Tuesdays (on even months) and Wednesdays (on odd months).

Gatherings are normally held beginning at 7:00pm.”

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Karl February 9, 2012 at 8:51 am

oh its 2/15/2012 ok thanks

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Charles Rich November 3, 2012 at 3:18 pm

MS in Interactive Media and Game Development

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is now accepting applications
for the Fall 2013 class of its Master of Science degree in Interactive
Media and Game Development. The program is designed for students
seeking to extend their education and scholarship in interactive media
and games, game-industry professionals looking to assume leadership
roles, or professionals in closely related fields looking to re-tool
for the game industry.

The degree has both a thesis and a project option, and a choice of
three focus areas: technical, serious games and management. The WPI
faculty includes teachers and scholars in all aspects of interactive
media and games, as well as three Professors of Practice with
extensive work experience in the game industry.

For more information please visit http://imgd.wpi.edu or contact
Prof. Charles Rich at rich@wpi.edu.

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Michael December 10, 2013 at 8:49 pm

Hello Everyone,
I am switching career paths from IT to Game Design, IT is a very rigid field without much room for creativity. To accomplish this I am now attending the Bachelors program at FullSail. I will take any opportunity available when it comes to gaining experience in this new field, and I am really excited to meet the community.
I live in the Waltham MA area, and I am openly looking for either an internship or a mentor.
Feel free to contact me at EvolvGD@gmail.com

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