Pixelles Peer Mentorship Signup
Are you a woman (cis/trans) who is a current or prospective parent and feeling stuck, overwhelmed, or burnt out in your game development career? Pixelles' peer mentorship (also called co-development) group will help build your support networks and exchange knowledge. This group will meet once a month in Montreal for 6 months, facilitated in coordination with Gamma HR. Currently we plan to start the group in September (tentative).

Your participation or even interest in this group will be kept in strictest confidence -- neither Pixelles nor Gamma HR will communicate with anyone else about your involvement with this program.

Read the full info about the program here: http://pixelles.ca/2017/01/peer-mentorship

You are welcome to send questions or suggestions to info@pixelles.ca

Please apply before midnight July 29th to be considered for the program.

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Email address *
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I have been in the games industry... *
Folks with under 2 years of professional experience are encouraged to step back for now and engage in other Pixelles networking activities. However, all full-time roles are valid whether at a company or freelance, not just traditional development (QA, community management, marketing, user research, etc).
My parenting (biological/adoptive) status is... *
I am employed at a game development or services company that has 5+ employees. *
What do you primarily struggle with in the games industry? *
Note: It's not a contest. This has no bearing on your selection for the program and is mostly for our statistics.
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How difficult are you finding continuing on in your career, as things stand right now? *
Note: It's not a contest. This has no bearing on your selection for the program and is mostly for our statistics.
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I identify as a woman (cis or trans). *
I commit to attending a co-development meeting once per month in downtown Montreal for six months, barring unforeseen problems. *
Would you need a stipend in order to afford attending comfortably?
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