Apply Now for 1,000 Dreams Fund and Riot Games’ Esports Broadcasting Cadetship: 3-Month Paid Opportunity in Dublin, Ireland!

1,000 Dreams Fund is teaming up with Riot Games to launch our first-ever Riot Games Esports Broadcasting Cadetship — and we’re so excited to announce that applications are now open!

We want to help accelerate the careers of up-and-coming women in esports production and gaming through this life-changing cadetship.

This three-month paid cadetship will provide an educational, behind-the-scenes look at the esports industry via an on site cadetship at The Riot Games’ Remote Broadcast Centre, powered by AWS, in Dublin, Ireland. 

The Riot Games’ Remote Broadcast Centre is a state-of-the-art broadcasting center designed to handle all elements of an esports broadcast from production, audio, editing to graphic design and media asset management — which is to say, you definitely want to be there!

Here are just a few additional things you can expect with the cadetship:

  • Time with the Riot Games’ broadcast unit to learn about the broadcast operations
  • Work experience for live events
  • Funding for accommodations for the duration of the cadetship
  • Travel stipend for travel to/from Dublin for the cadetship
  • Additional mentorship opportunities by our onsite partners 
  • $500 grant for a career coach who specializes in the gaming and esports industry and who will provide direct career consultation and guidance to cadets
  • Two 60-minute mentor sessions to assist in reviewing your goals and final career plan
  • Additional “pop-up” opportunities with partners — whether virtual or at live events — throughout the year
  • And much more!

You have until April 5 to apply for this career-accelerating opportunity!

Think you want to apply, but want to learn more? Attend our final Masterclass with Riot Games in March 2024 by RSVP’ing here.

Whether you attend our final Masterclass, or replay one of our Masterclasses linked below, be sure to watch AT LEAST ONE because there are required questions in the application about your reflection of what you’ve learned.

Have more questions about eligibility, residency status, or anything else? Check out the FAQ here.