Chapman University has started a new initiative to bolster career support to students and alumni through the implementation of a Career Advisor who is dedicated to a respective school or college. I am happy to join Dodge College of Film and Media Arts as the new Career Advisor. Starting immediately, I will be taking appointments
Career Drop-In Hours – Stop by the office of Career and professional Development at 342 N. Glassell St. for 15- minutes of career assistance, no appointment necessary. In addition to general career appointments with the Office of Career and Professional Development, Dodge students may also schedule private 1-1 program-specific career appointments with our in-house Career Advisor,
Fall 2018 internship academic registration deadline – The deadline to register your spring 2018 internship for academic credit is this Friday, September 28. Learn more and register. You can also watch a helpful video guide to learn how to register your internship on Chapman’s internship portal. Career Drop-In Hours – Stop by the Office of
Make the most out of our time as a student. Remember to take advantage of all career resources available to you. Career Fair next Tuesday! The biggest recruiting even of the fall, the Fall Career Fair, is just a week away on Tuesday, September 18, 2-5 in the Sandhu Conference Center. RSVP, view employers and
Our friends at Chapman’s Career and Professional Development Department are back this semester with amazing new resources including exclusive opportunities for Dodge College students, new – fully flexible – Certified Career Student program. Take charge of your future by exploring all of the career resources available to you: Jobs for Dodge students Fall Intern, Fall 2018 –
Here are some career-related opportunities for the week of November 27, courtesy of our friends in the Career and Professional Development Department! Announcements: December 2017 graduates: Your First Destination Survey is live! What are your post-graduation plans? Whether you already have a job lined up, are applying to graduate school, volunteering, joining the military, or
I had an opportunity earlier this week to present some information to the incoming class of graduate (and undergrad Television & Broadcast Journalism) students, and to share my experiences with them. One of the true perks of going to film school is it’s your job to watch a lot of TV. I spent Thursday evening
Check out the most recent batch of job postings on the Chapman University Careers page, specifically the ones you can apply for right here at Dodge!
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,
TV Professor Ross Brown interviews a recent grad, Katie Chilson, who majored in Television and Broadcast Journalism, who now works for ABC.