Just as some context for this post, I am a current senior in college and am actively applying for jobs within the entertainment and video game industries with a focus on media production, marketing, and public relations. Between assisting developers on the production of their latest indie hit, to helping content creators highlight the best aspects of their personalities to strengthen their brand, I want to help in the explosive growth of the video game industry that has occurred over the past decade.
While I know the struggles that come with working in the video game industry, including exceptionally large turnover rates, both developer and content creator's lack of union support, and the negative stigma towards LGBTQ in certain sectors of video game fans, the video game industry has produced some of the most memorable and influential stories that I have personally ever experienced.
I think this is why watching Easy Allies grow in tandem with my college education, both commencing in the year 2016, has been extremely inspiring to me. Watching the team grow from the ending days of GameTrailers to operating out of Brandon's garage, to the struggles that come with settling into the new studio, Easy Allies' success has been an inspiration to me in the way that the humble beginnings of Apple and Steve Jobs had done to many tech entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley to this day.
The early success and support Easy Allies has received in these past three years have established Easy Allies as one of the great video game influencers. However, as a business, there is still so much room for Easy Allies to grow. I was wondering if Easy Allies had considered offering unpaid internships to help in the growth of Easy Allies, allowing interns to help with the production side of Easy Allies and to help the main personalities focus on developing and marketing the Easy Allies Brand?