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Adam Weinstein

He/him


About Me

Hi! I’m Adam Weinstein and I'm an Autistic Jewish graduate student from Texas. I've always had an immense passion for both game development and history that I hope to try and combine by using my educational opportunities to educate through games as a medium and help bring history further to life for people all over the world. While in college, I went out of my way to become not only a member of the Jewish community but a leader in that community through my work with Hillel for Utah to keep other Jewish students from feeling like they didn't have a community to support them. I've also always been passionate about helping my community through volunteer work that I put hundreds of hours into during both high school and college with organizations like the National Honor Society and National English Honor Society, but I also continue to dedicate time and effort to helping those around me through my work as an individual volunteer at Fort Douglas Military Museum and as an officer of AFK: Game Developers doing good.

Ideal Workplace Values

Casual with an emphasis on crafting a friendly and open environment where every voice is able to not only be heard but be heard without fear of ridicule but more of discussion.


Location

Upland, California, US


Open To

Full Time InternshipFull Time JobFreelance/Contract WorkPart Time Job

Work Settings

RemoteIn-PersonHybrid

Career Interests

Video Game Narrative DesignVideo Game WritingResearchWriting & Language Services

Skills & Strengths

Neuroexceptional Talents

I have an extremely effective ability to pay attention to details, think critically and creatively through problems as well as about world-building and narrative. Additionally, it gives me a very efficient professional work ethic and better observational skills to readily navigate complex workplaces.


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Sensory Sensitivities

Loud noises
Standing for long periods