INTRODUCTION TO THE MEDIA, FILM & ENTERTAINMENT INTEREST COMMUNITY

 

State Of The Arts: A Conversation With Ithaca’s The Kitchen Theatre and Cinemapolis (VIRTUAL)

State Of The Arts: A Conversation With Ithaca’s The Kitchen Theatre and Cinemapolis (VIRTUAL) thumbnail image

COVID-19 has disrupted how everyone engages with the world and the arts community has particularly felt the impact.  In this series you will meet three arts organizations who will discuss how they have repositioned themselves and offer suggestions on how …

By John Fracchia
John Fracchia Career Engagement and Technology Specialist John Fracchia
Read more »

10 Tips for Succeeding in Film School

film_school

Starting film school? Success is measured in more than just good grades. Check out these 10 tips to propel you to the top of the class.

So you’ve taken the plunge. You’re starting film school and looking …

By Peer Career Advisor: Giulia
Peer Career Advisor: Giulia Peer Career Advisor Peer Career Advisor: Giulia
Read more »

Tips from a Peer Career Advisor: Building and Improving Your LinkedIn Profile

linkedin

In this day and age of connectivity and networking, it’s important to have a professional online presence. Building yourself an online community of professionals and friends who can help you accomplish your long-term goals is almost necessary to succeed in …

By Peer Career Advisor: Grey
Peer Career Advisor: Grey Peer Career Advisor Peer Career Advisor: Grey
Read more »

3 Important Tips for Journalism Majors from PCA Giulia

journalism

1- Research news media companies, independent or corporate. Follow them on social media, especially Twitter, and read their work. You can learn a lot from how they write or produce content

2- Follow professional journalists on their social media accounts. …

By Peer Career Advisor: Giulia
Peer Career Advisor: Giulia Peer Career Advisor Peer Career Advisor: Giulia
Read more »

What to write for the “Skills” section of your Resume by PCA Giulia

infographic-resume-template-header

There are two main ones that employers look for: soft skills and hard skills.

1. Hard skills show you’re great for a specific job. Nobody is born with them.

Examples: coding, budgeting, and certified in Microsoft Excel

2. Soft skills …

By Peer Career Advisor: Giulia
Peer Career Advisor: Giulia Peer Career Advisor Peer Career Advisor: Giulia
Read more »