When applying to an internship position, your resume is the first look at you and you want it to be the best it can be. There are two major things to remember when crafting your resume for Studio Fantastique:
Make it professional: Send a professional resume and cover letter. We want to be able to tell that you are professional and will treat the internship as such.
Tailor your resume: For whatever position you choose to apply to, make sure you tailor your resume to that specific role. Read the Internship description over and over again to apply your prior experience to what we're asking for.
What is the status of my application?
As long as we don't let you know that your not longer in consideration, then you truly are still in consideration. In certain periods we're receiving a lot of applications, and sometimes it may take a while for our recruiter to look through all of them. We will let you know as soon as we did.
How many interns are accepted per period?
As the Studio has a limited capacity, we're hiring no more than 3 interns at the same time. We aim to give you the possibility to deploy your talents at the fullest. We believe that's only possible if our artists can give you enough feedback and help.
How long should may internship take?
We prefer to have you on board of the team at least 3 months, but occasionally we do have internship for a shorter period. We think that to give you the opportunity to wonder around between departments and learn from all our artists, 3 months is the minimum.
Do you have payed internships?
No, we don't. We do believe we invest into your skills by giving our artists the time to explain things and help you out. We do pay your traveling cost until a certain amount, depending on the distance and time you have to travel.