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where should i go to learn or start my game developing career.

I'm currently in the process of schooling at job corps but after that i was wanting to know where to go after that.

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Jugalsai’s Answer

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
DigiPen Institute of Technology, Redmond, WA.
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, NY.
Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Gaming is something I admire, and I have been researching some colleges, and these popped up in my research as one of the best colleges for game development for four-year programs and these colleges.
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Christy’s Answer

There are a number of schools that specialize in teaching game design or offer courses in it. Here are a few:

AUSTIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE (AUSTIN, TX)
Note: search for "game writing"
https://www.austincc.edu

CARNEGIE MELLON (PITTSBURG, PA)
https://www.cmu.edu

CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE (BURLINGTON, VT)
https://www.champlain.edu/academics/undergraduate-academics/majors-and-programs/game-design

FULLSAIL (ORLANDO, FL)
https://www.fullsail.edu

THE GUILDHALL (DALLAS, TX)
https://www.smu.edu/guildhall

MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY (Arlington, VA)
https://www.marymount.edu/Academics/School-of-Design-Arts-and-Humanities/Undergraduate-Programs/Digital-Writing-Narrative-Design


MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (CAMBRIDGE, MA)
Note: search under both Narrative Design and Game Writing
https://www.mit.edu

NYU (NEW YORK UNIVERSITY) TECH SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (Brooklyn, NY)
https://gamecenter.nyu.edu/courses/intro-narrative-design

UNIVERSITY OF SILICON VALLEY (San Jose, CA)
https://cogswell.edu/programs/game-design-development/game-design-art/game-writing-degree

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (Los Angeles, CA)
https://cinema.usc.edu
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Brandon’s Answer

There are a bunch of free learning tools on the internet. A suggestion that I would have is to watch a bunch of youtube videos. They are the bread and butter of learning material. And then also process of try and failure dont be afraid to start somewhere
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