Translator Internship at Inlingo
Get a 3-month experience of working in the game industry and a chance to get a job in our team!
We're now looking for interns translating
Chinese (S, Tr) / German / French/ Japanese / Korean / Swedish / Dutch / Danish
English
From English to:
From Russian to:
Upgrade your soft-skills by working with a team of professionals
Improve your translation skills with constant feedback from an experienced editor
Get a chance to become our full-time freelance translator


How do you benefit from internship at Inlingo?
Get experience in game translation
Who is our ideal intern?
Student or a recent graduate with specialty in translation, or translator willing to switch to game localization
Has an impeccable knowledge of their native language
Proficient in written and spoken English

Has basic experience in working with CAT-tools
Willing to grow in the translation and game industries
Fast-learning, responsible and curious
What does the internship process look like?
1
Preparation
Filling out the application form, completing a test task. In case of a successful test task — getting an online interview and signing an agreement.
2
Internship
Interns work on our clients' projects under thorough control from the experienced editors and project managers. You translate, edit, and create glossaries. If you feel like learning more we provide you with learning materials and instructions.

The most important part of the internship is the thorough weekly feedback from your editor which helps you learn and improve with every project you complete.
3
Certificate and a job offer to the best interns
After 3 months every intern gets a certificate of completion.

The best interns will be offered to become our regular translators. The terms, rates and types of projects will be discussed individually according to your skills and preferences.
We will give you a certificate of completion and a recommendation letter in which we will highlight your strengths. The best interns will get a job offer from Inlingo.
What will happen after the internship?
Certificate of Completion
Congratulations on successfully completed a game localization internship at INLINGO from May 17 to June 17 2021


CEO, Inlingo
Pavel Tokarev
Here's what our interns say about us
Iván
English-Spanish
During my internship, I enjoyed working with several nice PMs that helped me to get in the translation mood right away. They showed me how a localization studio works with real translation projects from the very beginning. I personally found challenging some of the projects in which I didn't have all the context and had to improvise and let my creativity fly. That's the thing I like the most.
Grégoire
English-French
If you wish to get in the video game industry as a translator, Inlingo's internship program is a great point of entry into localization! These professionals will help you as a student, by giving you feedback and advise you on how to improve, and trust you as a translator, by asking your help for actual, large-scale, projects.
Dorian
English-French
There is no better way to learn than to translate actual projects, and Inlingo taught me that. I got trained through translations of actual text, interacted with an actual project manager, and made actual mistakes. I got precise, clear explanations of what was wrong, of how to improve and become an actual professional translator.
Taisuke
English-Japanese
Through this internship, I could improve my overall ability of video game localization. The most helpful thing was comments from a reviewer. All the editors and PMs are so friendly that you can ask whatever you want to know. If you are still on the fence about joining this program, just participate in it!
Waiting for you to join our internship!
Click on the link below and fill out the form to start your exciting journey into the world of game localization!
CONTACTS
24 Dean Hall Close, Morley, Leeds, England, LS27 9LU

4 Mosckovskoe shosse, building 9, 443013, Samara, Russia

order@inlingogames.com