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Internship opportunities with the NYU CREATE Lab can be found here:

Two positions that are now open are 3D Artist/Designer consultant, and Intern Unity Developer. Below are the job descriptions.

3D Artist/Designer consultant

NYU CREATE is a consortium of researchers committed to conducting research, providing
education, and fostering community interaction to design evidence-based digital media that
address the needs of all learners. We design simulations, games, AR, VR, and other tools for
learning and assessment and conduct rigorous research to understand design principles and
the impact these tools have on learning. Samples of our work can be found at
The CREATE Lab is looking for a 3D Artist/Designer consultant that can help us design
solutions/materials for WebXR and Unity based AR/VR applications.
There would be a preference for candidates with familiarity with 3D modeling for AR/VR/Video
Games. Experience with Unity and WebXRor AR/VR Asset creation is a plus.
If you are interested in this position please reply with your CV, cover letter and a link to your
work to Al Olsen at

Intern Unity Developer

The NYU CREATE and NYU LEARN Lab are looking for an Intern Unity Developer to join our dev team. In this position you will have the opportunity to apply your Unity knowledge to a real project that will be ultimately used for research. You will be working hand in hand with both researchers and designers in building all the features needed for a project that will bring virtual reality into the classroom. The ideal candidate will be proactively providing technical solutions to the presented challenges in an efficient way. 

If you are interested, please send your CV and cover letter to Al Olsen (


  • Build video games / simulation using Unity and C# 
  • Translate goals and constraints into functional and efficient features 
  • Work alongside UX designers, engineers, and learning designers to develop game features 


  • Unity C# proficiency 
  • Experience writing or shipping software built using Unity, preferably games or similar interactive experiences ● Strong candidates will have experience working with most of the features of the Unity Game Engine that would allow them to end up with a finished product 
  • Proactive, with passion to learn, and problem solving skills 
  • Ability to work in a dynamic, creative environment 
  • Ability to iterate and rapidly modify features as design changes 
  • Capacity to work on their own while maintaining open communication 
  • Must be a current NYU student, legally allowed to work and residing in the United States of America 

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