Job Description

Deadline: November 22, 2020, 11:59pm EST

Play Gameworks is looking to connect people and cultures through games. This winter, we are offering students an opportunity to intern in our company, where you play an active role in our playMahjong project, a web-based online game, as well as early-stage development on a second game project. Interns will make meaningful contributions while also receiving an unparalleled “real-life” educational experience.

We are hiring for the following positions:

- Software Engineering Intern (Full Stack, Front-end, Back-end)
- UI/UX Designer Intern
- Gaming R&D Intern

- Graphic Designer Intern
- Business Development Intern
- Marketing Intern

Descriptions for each job role is detailed in this document:

What we’re looking for in all positions:
- Flexible and can adapt to situations quickly
- A team player
- Great verbal and written communication skills
- Willingness to learn
- Plus: an interest in games and especially mahjong!

All positions are remote. Quality work and effort will lead to a return offer and negotiable compensation options.

Start/end dates and duration of internships are all flexible and can be part-time or full-time. The internship is unpaid, however, course credit can be granted with proper documentation. This internship is in accordance with the Department of Labor's Unpaid Internship Fair Standards Labor Act.

About Play Gameworks: We are a game-development startup founded in September 2020 and working to develop games that target people beyond the gaming circles in order to connect people and cultures socially, something important, especially during COVID-19.

If you have any questions, please reach out to


We are looking for interns to start helping us brainstorm and develop a second game after our playMahjong project. As Gaming R&D Interns, you will play an intimate role and have the ability to help us decide and start building our next project!

- Proficiency in Javascript, HTML, and CSS; other programming languages are a plus
- Previous experience or interest in game development

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