Minimum Age to Work at Lego Stores: 16 years old (How old do you have to be to work at Lego Stores?)
Who is the youngest LEGO designer?
LEGO® craftsman Jumpei, based in Japan, is the youngest LEGO Certified Professional. He became a professional LEGO builder when he was a student at the University of Tokyo.
What qualifications do you need to be a LEGO designer?
There are generally two ways of becoming a designer. One is through a design qualification from university. We have employed people that are product, industrial, transport and graphic designers, plus sculptors and illustrators, as well as those with videogame, entertainment and animation backgrounds.
Is it hard to get a job at LEGO?
It’s going to be very difficult to get a job, don’t expect to be hired out of college. It is possible, but you have to be very very good. It is probably a good idea to start learning Danish. This is also true, it is a rare and much sought after job.
Can you get paid to build LEGOs?
Apprentices typically make $10 per hour, senior builders $12 and full-time master builders can start at a salary of around $37,500 annually, according to Priceonomics. Huffington Post went behind-the-scenes with Master Builder Chris Steininger to explore what it’s like to work with LEGOs for a living.
What makes a Lego master?
Master model builders design full models by themselves and produce public-safe, self-supporting Lego models. They develop their personal brands and act as spokesmen for Lego.
What is the best thing to do if you want to become a Lego model designer?
LEGO Model Designers usually go to college and study 3D Arts. Some have also studied architecture, industrial design, theatre design, carpentry and even sculpting. If you’re interested in becoming a designer the best thing to do is play with LEGO sets as much as you can.