Posted by : Jameson Durall Monday, January 24, 2011

Last week, I spent a couple of days back at my old stomping grounds...It's weird to think I graduated from Full Sail 10 years ago.  The campus has changed a ton since my last visit eight years ago and it was great to see everything and get to spend some time with the students currently going through the program.  Full Sail has a writeup about my visit HERE.
After spending the morning getting a tour, I sat down with a camera crew to do some interviews and catch them up on what's been new in my life and career.  Then after spending a couple of hours meeting with the final project teams and looking at their projects, I headed over to the Full Sail Live building to get things set up for my talk in the evening.  It's a beautiful venue and I had a really great time speaking and then answering questions to many students after.
Being there really took me back and made me want to interact with the students even more.  I vividly remember how I felt getting close to graduation and wondering how on earth I was going to get my first Game Industry job.  So, I mean it when I say you guys can contact me any time with questions :)

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One Response so far.

  1. Josh says:

    Thanks for the interview video I didn't catch that before. Also thank you for a great talk and discussion. I enjoyed chatting with your fellow Volition employees while in the online stream chat.

    You answered a lot of questions I had and i think I am more insightful of my education and future career paths now.

    Thank you again.
    Joshua Malone
    Fullsail Online Student.

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