Recently, the class of 2013 gathered in Los Angeles for “College to Career Night,” an annual networking event for young professionals. Click past the break to see photos and learn more about the event!
This past Thursday night, Dodge College hosted the first ever Entertainment Industry Career Panel event in the Folino theatre. This event offered students looking for jobs the opportunity to hear from working industry recruiters about internship and employment opportunities in some of the biggest companies that any Film/PR student could hope to work for. Now,
Listen up, guys – there’s a unique opportunity for Dodge College students coming up this week: the Entertainment Industry Career Panel. This is a great opportunity for all of us to hear from representatives of some of the most exciting companies to work for, and to learn about pursuing positions in the industry. These people
Okay, in our last discussion (Building a Career, Part 1), we talked about the first two steps of building a career after you graduate: landing that all-important first job (whichever one you’re offered) and then working as hard as you can at it – with a smile. Today we’re going to go from Step One
Building a career is a step-by-step process, so here’s Professor Brown’s advice on how to get there, a little bit at a time. Part 1 of 3.
Website Assistant Christian Vieira trekked out to the MORE career fair on main campus last week, and found some interesting opportunities. Here, he shares his thoughts on the fair, and general tips for building your post-Dodge career now, while still at school. One thing we hear constantly from Alumni is the realization that the people
As President of Sony Pictures Television, Steve Mosko oversees the development and marketing of programming that reaches more than 430 million households worldwide. In May, he shared his life experiences and advice with the graduates in both Orange and — via the Internet — in Singapore at Dodge College’s commencement ceremonies. Mosko, who was once turned down