Industry Newsletter

a Cohen Career Center publication

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Hello Again!

I know the semester is winding down towards finals, but please don't forget about your career aspirations. This issue includes a magazine internship and several events you should check out. Details and other goodies below.


Cheers,

Anna

Anna Umbreit, M.S., NCC

I’ve advised thousands of students on careers in the arts, media/communication, and entertainment. My own creative endeavors include creative writing, film, dance, museums, and fashion design. You can schedule a time to meet with me by either calling 757-221-3231 or stopping by the Cohen Career Center's front desk.

Hot Topics

Don't Miss It! (Upcoming Events)

Forum: Engaging with Media as Citizen Scholars

Friday, April 8th, 1-4:30pm

Sadler Center, Tidewater Room A

In an era where multiple forms of media are a part of our daily life, how do we critically consume media as citizen scholars and how do we effectively respond to media as citizen scholars? Open to any major. Suggested attire is business casual. Attendees do not need to commit to the entire event.


Speakers will include:

Paula Reid, CBS News

Brian Mahoney, Politico

Greg Schneider, Washington Post


Sponsored by the William & Mary Washington Center and the Flat Hat

RSVP to Liz Gentry at megentry@wm.edu

Creative Careers Meetup: How to Go the Movies & Watch TV & Get Paid for It

Thursday, April 14th, 12:30-2pm

180 Stadium Drive

Williamsburg, VA

Critic and pop culture writer Jen Chaney, a W&M alum, will talk about what it's like to be a journalist who covers film and television. She'll explain how she got into the field, what kind of job opportunities exist and why it actually is hard (but fun!) to go see Marvel movies and watch Downton Abbey for a living.


Please RSVP on TribeCareers.

Featured Internships & Jobs

Harper’s Bazaar is looking for fashion features interns for the 2016 Summer semester (May/June-August). Duties include researching fashion stories, communicating with PR contacts, transcribing interviews, pitching story ideas, and generally supporting the Features staff. Internship will be in NYC.

  • Requirements: The ideal candidate is organized and proactive, works well independently, feels comfortable working under the pressure of deadlines, and is knowledgeable about fashion and culture. Interns work 4-5 days a week and must receive college credit for this internship.
  • To apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Ms. Romy Oltuski, Associate Features Editor at roltuski@hearst.com.

Want more? Have you looked on on TribeCareers lately? Employers call us almost every day looking to hire WM students. We post these opportunities into TribeCareers so you can access them 24/7. Another database you have access to is the UCAN internship database which has over 1,000 internship postings on any given day.

No really, what can *I* do to help YOU?

So far, 10(!) of you awesome readers have weighed in on industries you are curious about, cities you think you'll live in, etc. I would love to hear from more of you! Please take this survey -- it'll take about 5 minutes.

Be Inspired!

Have you seen the amazing series of videos produced by the American Theatre Wing? The videos showcase the people, processes, and venues involved in making theatre. The one linked below, part of the "Under Construction" series, features Andrew Ondrejcak, a writer, director, and designer of performances, theater, opera and fashion shows. Ondrejcak discusses the collaborative process of birthing his new work, ELIJAH GREEN, which premiered at The Kitchen in March 2016.

Working in the Theatre: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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Creative Careers Newsletter, Issue 4: April 8, 2016