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The iCAD program provides educators with unique opportunities to gain valuable insight into today’s dynamic production environment. Through interaction with Imageworks’senior executives and artists via studio or on-site/virtual school visits, educators can bring valuable production knowledge to their programs. iCAD is also a resource for educators to provide students with learning opportunities and further encourage their development with internships.

Virtual Visits

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For those who are unable to come visit our studio, Imageworks offers virtual school visits via Google hangouts. Through this medium, we will be able to give an overview of Sony Pictures Imageworks, go over our past, present and future projects, job opportunities and what we look for in prospective employees, as well as our iCAD internship program, at the comfort of your own school. Contact us to request a virtual school visit.

On site visits

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Our campus or yours? Come see what we do in Vancouver. You'll be introduced to what it is that we do and get a hint of how we do it. We invite groups from schools and clubs associated with schools to learn more about us. Tours are given by appointment only and last between one and two hours. Or, time and budgets permitting, we can make a visit to your campus and talk about Sony Pictures Imageworks, and conduct reel and portfolio reviews.

iCAD internship

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Sony Pictures Imageworks offers a limited number of paid internship positions. Our internship program is designed to benefit those individuals that are striving for their artistic goals as well as help orient those who are still figuring out what they want to do.

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On-site visit

iCAD member programs have access to personalized onsite visits and tour experiences. If you are in the Vancouver area or plan to visit, you are invited to visit our headquarters. Please contact us well in advance as these personalized tours are conducted on a limited basis.

Can't come to us?

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Time and budgets permitting, we can make a visit to your campus and talk about Sony Pictures Imageworks, and conduct reel and portfolio reviews.

Who should participate

We invite groups and clubs associated with schools to visit and learn more about us. Please try to schedule your tour with as much advance notice as possible. At least one-month advance notice is preferred.

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iCAD internships

Sony Pictures Imageworks (SPI) offers paid internship positions in our Vancouver location. We are currently recruiting for our eight-week summer program that runs from mid-June through mid-August. The summer program will give recent graduates and continuing students entering their final year an opportunity to work with fellow interns while being mentored by seasoned Sony Pictures Imageworks artists. During their time at SPI, they will learn the software and processes used in high-end feature visual effect and animation production while concurrently developing their own artistic skills. iCAD fosters a feeling of real life day-to-day work expectations while supplying a continuous education. Throughout the internship, iCAD Interns are encouraged to keep an open mind to all aspects on the shot pipeline by having various speakers, events and opportunities for the interns to experience.

Students desired

The iCAD program is designed to benefit recent graduates and current students striving for their artistic goals as well as help assist those who are still figuring out what they want to do. iCAD Interns should be "sponges" during their internship, seeking out every opportunity to learn and take advantage of the fully engaged feature production facility at Sony Pictures Imageworks. They should be open-minded, good listeners, and proactive. We encourage all top students to apply for our program. To be considered for the iCAD Program, each applicant is required to have a faculty letter of recommendation sent directly to SPI via e-mail or mail.


Must be eligible to work in Canada. For the duration of your internship, we will require you to provide supporting documentation, which confirms your eligibility to work in Canada. Interns should be students that are currently going into their final year of study or who will be graduating in the Spring of 2017. Interns should be familiar with computers, operating systems, networks, and concepts of 3D graphics. Additionally, in-house computer training coursework using proprietary production software, tools, and methods used in production will be required.

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Go here to view instructions on how to apply.