Our Internship Program
Why a Behaviour Internship?
You’re a key part of the team
Collaborating is in our DNA. An internship at Behaviour means you’ll be sharing ideas and making them a reality with others driven by the desire to collaborate and create together.
A career springboard
Our internships are aimed at students and recent graduates and allow them to acquire professional experience, learn from the best in the business and develop their passion for games.
Build your network
An internship with Behaviour is a chance to make friends and establish relationships with others who, like yourself, are aspiring to a career in video games.
FAQ on Internships
From your first day, a dedicated member of your team will help you to integrate and support you on a daily basis. The goal is to give you the support you need to learn and develop with us.
You will also have the opportunity to have regular meetings with your team lead. The scope of your role and tasks will be tailored to your skills, which you will sharpen over the course your internship.
In summary, you will learn to meet challenges to the best of your ability and you will have the opportunity to actively contribute to our projects. The idea is to allow you to get out of your comfort zone while respecting your rhythm.
Yes, interns are hired for all disciplines (programming, art, design, marketing, data analysis, etc.). The positions offered vary from session to session, depending on the needs of the teams.
If no internship opportunity matches your profile, you can always submit a spontaneous application. We will contact you directly in case we have an opportunity that matches your expectations and skills.
There are two ways to apply for an internship at Behaviour: you can apply on this page or through your university portal if you are in a co-op program.
Unfortunately, applications received via other channels will not be considered.
As a general rule, openings are posted about three months before the start of the next internship session. Follow us on LinkedIn to find out the exact dates of our recruitment campaign.
Don’t forget – you can always apply spontaneously.
Yes, but it is strongly advised to target a maximum of two opportunities to allow us to better understand the type of role that interests you.
You must be legally allowed to work in Canada for your application to be considered. In other words, you must ensure that you have obtained your work permit before applying and it must be valid for the entire duration of the internship.
Also, all our interns must be physically located in Ontario or Quebec over the duration of their internship to work at Behaviour.
I applied to the co-op internship for programmers through my university portal. What does the recruitment process look like?
Thank you for submitting your application!
We will contact you if you are selected for the first step in our recruitment process. This is a technical test on the Codility platform (you’ll get more details by email).
Once the test is completed, we will be in touch. If it’s positive, we’ll arrange an interview to learn more about your interest in the role.
You will receive a confirmation email after submitting your application online.
Once the internship postings close to applications, we review all applications and then contact all applicants, regardless of whether the answer is positive or negative. We try to get back to everyone as quickly as possible, but the process can take a few weeks.
We offer three internship sessions a year (winter, autumn and summer).
Our internships usually last four months.
Internship dates are flexible, depending on business needs, the length of the recruitment process and the availability of successful applicants.
The eligibility requirements for our internships are listed in each job description.
Yes! Be sure to attach your portfolio (and password if applicable) when you apply.
Absolutely! We believe that all work deserves pay.
Compensation is determined at the end of the recruitment process based on your role, profile and previous experience. *
For internships with the IJQ, the salary is determined by the organization.
Yes! The objective of the internship program is to train the next generation, and an internship is a great potential gateway to future employment at Behaviour.
If you are interested in continuing your adventure with us and you meet the requirements for a an entry-level role in your discipline, we will certainly try to find you a place for you at the end of your internship.
You will be entitled to $250 to set up your workspace at home, play sports, travel by public transport or to buy video games!
Because interns work a short period of time, benefits such as group health insurance and the corporate RRSP contribution program are not available.