Meet CNBC!

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Want the chance to rub elbows with some of the key players at CNBC? This is an opportunity to go behind-the-scenes at a nationally televised event and make an impression on the people you need to know! Read more »

By Blaine Butler
Blaine Butler Associate Director, Employer Engagement and Marketing Blaine Butler
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Hired in Hollywood FREE Webinar

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Are you a student interested in working in entertainment after graduation, or are you a recent grad in the midst of a job search in LA? Check out this FREE webinar, hosted jointly by TAPA (The Anonymous Production Assistant blog) and Kate Lupo, Entry-level Hollywood Career Coach. Read more »

By Marissa Shallcross
Marissa Shallcross Assistant Director, Liaison to School of the Arts Marissa Shallcross
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#HireALion

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Sarah Brennan-Athas graduated in December with a degree in Media Production. She now works as an Assistant Broadcast Producer at MullenLowe US. Congrats on being hired after graduation Sarah, good luck at Mullen! Read more »

By Courtney Mills
Courtney Mills Marketing and Employer Engagement Coordinator Courtney Mills
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#HireALion

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Carly Kaplan graduated this May with a degree in Media Production. Soon after, she was hired as a Production Assistant for Pig, Goat, Banana, Cricket at Nickelodeon Animation Studios. Congrats on getting hired Carly, good luck at Nickelodeon! Read more »

By Courtney Mills
Courtney Mills Marketing and Employer Engagement Coordinator Courtney Mills
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5 Ways to Gain Experience for your Resume

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It’s the age old dilemma, you need experience to get a job, and you need a job to get experience. Or do you? Here are 5 ways for you to gain hands-on experience to add to your resume, even without having had a full-time job just yet! Read more »

By Marissa Shallcross
Marissa Shallcross Assistant Director, Liaison to School of the Arts Marissa Shallcross
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Breaking into Entertainment

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Hi there! I’m Blaine Butler, Associate Director for Employer Engagement and Marketing in Career Services. My team’s role in our office is to connect with employers around jobs, internships and professional development opportunities for our students. As we all know, networking is the number one way to find out about job opportunities and get your foot in the door. Nothing can beat your own personal connections, however we’re here to get you started in the right direction should you find yourself saying “but I don’t know anyone!”. Luckily for you, we do! Read more »

By Blaine Butler
Blaine Butler Associate Director, Employer Engagement and Marketing Blaine Butler
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Starting your Internship on the Right Foot

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Your first day at an internship can be a bit intimidating to say the least. If it’s the first internship you’ve ever had, you may feel especially nervous about learning the ropes and making a great first impression. Even if …

By Charlotte Slota
Charlotte Slota Front Desk Staff, Peer Career Advisor (PCA) Charlotte Slota
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My Favorite Networking Tip

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I think the word “networking” is enough to make many people (myself included) want to run away or cower in the corner. I have never loved crowded rooms full of strangers, small talk, or feeling like I’m asking for help. BUT. You can network and basically avoid these things. Read more »

By Marissa Shallcross
Marissa Shallcross Assistant Director, Liaison to School of the Arts Marissa Shallcross
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5 Ways to Network in College Without Really Trying

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5 simple ways to start networking in college that don’t involve attending networking events or scouring LinkedIn. Read more »

By Courtney Mills
Courtney Mills Marketing and Employer Engagement Coordinator Courtney Mills
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