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Otronicon is intended to not only entertain guests, but to showcase career opportunities right in our own backyard.

Students seeking out the best path for their future or adults seeking a career change will find Otronicon to be the place to come for more information and direction on careers in interactive technology.

Workshops, Panels, even Career Bytes all serve the same purpose, to shed light in one of Central Florida’s most productive industries.

So, have fun at Otronicon… play some videogames, ride a flight simulator, even test a robot. But know that behind all the fun is an exciting, energizing career path that’s yours for the taking and know that Otronicon can be that first step in an amazing journey!

Here's a look at some of the career opportunities available at Otronicon:

 

Workshops

Focusing on the world of technology and digital media, our workshops cover topics from game design to cyberforensics. Featuring partners from our local industry and educational institutions, join us to discover exciting career pathways and hands-on experiences in these fields. Designed for young men and women, ages 12-18.

 

Panels

Hear from local industry leaders and get their expert advice. In these moderated discussions, you'll learn how people working in the industry today got their start and keep their edge. Designed for young women and men exploring a career path or for those looking to make a change.

 

Career Bytes

These posters were created by Orlando Science Center as part of an educational series for Otronicon. The idea was to highlight career aspects and information beyond just computer programming that are not always associated with the videogame and modeling and simulation industries.

 

Orlando Science Center • 777 E. Princeton Street • Orlando, Florida 32803 • Phone: 407.514.2000 • Email: gservices@osc.org
The Science Center is supported by United Arts of Central Florida, host of power2give.org/centralflorida and the collaborative Campaign for the Arts. This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.