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I worked at Electronic Arts as an intern (Less than a year)
Great opportunities for growth and cross-team interaction and support from product and game designers. A lot of support from intern program managers.
Hard to see an impact immediately from your work
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Electronic Arts (Los Angeles, CA (US)) in July 2020.
Was contacted for a full time position, went through a two-month interview process and met with almost a dozen people throughout the company. Everyone was a pleasure to talk to but it was a draining process. It felt like a foregone conclusion that I would get the job, and I was right.
On the day they offered me the job, they switched it from a full time position with equity and benefits to a low paying contractor role. I declined and I honestly can’t imagine myself ever working for a company that wasted my time and undervalued me as much as they did.
I should mention that the recruiter was wonderful and sympathetic to what happened, if she were to recruit for another company I’d gladly accept her invitation to interview there. But never again with EA.