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The following support schemes could help people before and during their games career, help educators inspire young people on the pathway towards careers in games, or simply find communities of like minded gamers.
Games professionals mentor young people (16+) starting their games careers.
Campaigning non-profit network promoting female representation in games and an ambassador scheme
Connecting students with games professionals to help start games careers
Access a huge network of games industry staff to inspire your school or university about games careers
The representation and inclusion Movement for people of colour in the video games industry.
Mentoring programme to help under-represented genders to work in the UK games industry.
Support network encouraging more diverse talent to work in the games and entertainment sectors.
Campaign to build more gender diverse and inclusive workplaces in games
Autism research charity raising awareness about autism through video games.
Huge collection of articles by industry insiders about games careers, best practice and diversity
Inspirational ambassador programme with over 100 developers giving school talks
Find out about women-only Esports tournaments
Find online courses and institutions teaching games developmentLearn More
Discover key roles, careers Q&A and essential resourcesLearn More
Games Careers Week is a free non-profit event organised and funded by the BGI, Into Games and Grads in Games, supported by TIGA, NextGen Skills Academy, Gamesindustry.biz and Ukie
The BGI is a charity number 1183530 which educates the public about games through the National Videogame Museum, training and research.
Into Games is a national non-profit Community Interest Company that supports people from all backgrounds in finding rewarding careers in games.
Grads in Games is a non-profit Community Interest Company which equips students with the skills games employers need.