Career Success

From the inspiring, collaborative space of the Champlain College Game Studio, graduates have gone to work for companies like Nintendo, Epic Games, Insomniac, Activision/Vicarious Visions, RockStar Games, and more. 

The Game Development Senior Show and Job Recruitment

At the end of the school year, Champlain hosts the Game Development Senior Show. This two-day event features a presentation night for all graduating seniors to present their projects to the community, including invited family, friends, and special guests. 

The presentations are followed by an exhibition and reception. Recruiters from major and indie studios are invited to attend, followed by recruitment interviews on the second day of the event, where our students have the chance to talk about post-graduation opportunities. 

Career Outcomes for Game Production Management Grads

Our graduates enter the workforce with four years of experience making games in the Game Studio and working in career-relevant internships. This background prepares them to succeed in their field. 

86% of 2020 Game Production Management graduates were employed within six months of graduation and 91% of employed 2020 Game Production Management graduates are in career relevant positions.

Upon graduation, Champlain Game Production Management students are skilled, have strong résumés, and are ready to land their dream jobs in indie startups and in large-scale, world-renowned studios. 

Our Students Are Ready 

In addition to the extensive career-focused programs and support offered by Champlain's Career Collaborative, each of Champlain's career-focused majors features skill-building, hands-on learning opportunities. Highlights include:

  • Our faculty members are critical to the success of the Game Production Management program and will offer you everything you need to be career-ready. You'll learn from game production industry experts and business professionals who bring extensive business and game development experience into the classroom.
  • Students get opportunities to obtain internships with local companies over the course of their program, which gives them stellar résumé material and often great employer recommendations.
  • Additionally, you can choose to complete an internship while studying abroad at our Montreal campus, where the game industry is booming and our game students are in high demand.
  • Game Production Management majors are also considered for paid positions on campus in the Emergent Media Center® (EMC) as early as their first year at Champlain.

*Our Game Production Management major was previously named Management of Creative Media.