gamescom: 25.–29.08.2020 for all: 26.–29.08.2020

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gamescom campus 2019

gamescom campus

At the gamescom campus in Hall 10.2 you could expect advice on jobs and careers in the games sector, time travel through the world of computers and much more.

In addition, the NRW Youth Forum and many institutions, facilities and companies has been offering services on the topics of youth protection, media competence and games.

Furthermore, various universities presented interesting, gaming and IT-related educational offers and many exciting student projects.

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jobs & career - find your dream job

In addition to the latest game hits, there was also the chance to find a dream job in the IT and games industry each year at gamescom. From 20 to 24 August 2019, renowned games and IT companies once again presented themselves at gamescom jobs & career. They brought the best career opportunities with them, from internships through training placements to management positions.

As the official career platform of gamescom 2019, gamescom jobs & career successfully brought the people responsible for human resources together with IT specialists. Job seekers could inform themselves comprehensively about a variety of career perspectives and applied for vacant positions directly on location. The special thing about jobs & career: job seekers don't applied with the companies, but instead the companies applied with the job seekers. Human resource professionals and employees showed interested parties which different entry options exist. Both companies and applicants found what they are looking for here.

Jugendforum NRW

From 21 to 24 August 2019, the NRW Youth Forum took part in gamescom, the interactive entertainment trade fair in Cologne. Promoted by the Ministry of Children, Family, Refugees and Integration of the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia, and under the auspices of the Office for Children, Youth and Family of the City of Cologne, around thirty North Rhine-Westphalia partner institutions and youth projects from social work and schools presented themselves with varied and interesting programme offerings.

The media and educational programmes were primarily aimed at youth, but also provided lots of information on youth protection in the media and media literacy for parents and educational staff. With the Youth Forum of North Rhine-Westphalia, adults also had a good opportunity to personally experience the creative potential of young gamers and enter into a dialogue with them.

This year, the NRW Youth Forum offered diversified programme points revolving around computer games, as well as entertaining and exciting participation and experiences for young visitors to the trade fair. Here, it was primarily knowledge, creativity, skill and teamwork that were called for to get out of the Escape Room or win one of the attractive prizes, for example, in the Forum Quiz or in the benefit gaming.