Atomic Cartoons Top Internship FAQ’s

Atomic Cartoons

Atomic Cartoons is a thriving animation studio in Canada with a history of super successful productions. Interns are given the opportunity to share and apply their skills and knowledge while working alongside industry professionals of varying experience and backgrounds.

Each intern is assigned their own workstation, tasks and deadlines, whilst under the supervision of supportive and approachable crew and Line Producer. Atomic Cartoons offers five paid creative internships per year, each is four weeks in length over the summer months.

What you get at Atomic Cartoons

Upon completion of your internship, you will walk away with an ‘Atomic Cartoons Internship Certificate’… it’s what’s trending right now! Not to mention, a written performance review from your supervisor or Line Producer, industry contacts and a reference from Atomic Cartoons.

If you are eligible for available contract positions at the end of your internship, we’ll interview you for employment at Atomic Cartoons.

Additional perks

While bonuses such as an ‘all inclusive vacation’ and a pimped out station wagon have not been in previous annual budgets, our team are rewarded by such treats as: Bagel Tuesday’s, monthly pizza parties, observe cool and important meetings,  and discounts at local cafes, restaurants and even a bike store!

Eligibility Criteria

Internships are paid, so proper work authorization is needed to be employed Canada. Interns must be available for a minimum of four consecutive weeks during May to August and during typical business hours (9:00AM to 5:00PM).

Interns must be enrolled in animation or production post-secondary schooling or have completed related post-secondary schooling in the last 6 months.

Internship FAQ’s

Find all the answers you are looking for HERE

Are you the next Atomic intern?

Are you a full­time student currently enrolled in a Canadian based course related to animation studies (completed at leastone year of your current course) or a recent graduate? If so, click HERE.

If you have any further questions please contact Atomic Cartoons HR department:

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