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  • Internship Fair Prep Workshop and Resume Reviews

    Feb1920131:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    216 Tremont
    6th Floor, Career Services Conference Room

    This event is not open to the public.

    Sponsored by Career Services

    For more information please contact:
    Career Services

    The upcoming Emerson College Internship Fair is your opportunity to network with up to 50 employers who are seeking summer and fall interns in a variety of industries!

    Need help preparing? Come by Career Services!

    Tue 2/19, 1pm-2pm: Internship Fair Prep Workshop

    Tue 2/19, 1pm-4pm: Walk-in Hours for Resume Reviews

  • Canvas 201 Training

    Feb1920132:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Walker Building

    This event is not open to the public.

    Sponsored by Instructional Technology Group

    For more information please contact:
    Natalie Hebshie

    This small group interactive training will show you how to make the most out of Canvas through assignments, the gradebook, and rubrics. You may bring your own computer but it is not required.

    Space is limited. Please register at:

  • Intro to Adobe Illustrator

    Feb1920134:00 pm - 4:50 pm

    Walker Building

    This event is not open to the public.

    Sponsored by Lab Operations with IT Help Desk

    For more information please contact:
    Robin Chace

    Does your organization/rock band/knitting circle need a slick new logo? Vector art is the best place to start. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to use vectors to create scalable graphics and illustrations in Adobe Illustrator. No registration is required, but you will need to know your ECnet username and password to participate.
  • Fall 2013 Washington, D.C. Information Session

    Feb1920135:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Walker Building
    Room 635 [Focus Group Room]

    Sponsored by Education Abroad & Domestic Programs with Communication Studies

    For more information please contact:
    David Griffin

    Recently, a survey canvassing perceptions of HR Directors of the Fortune 500 companies was published. Rated the #1 "desired college experience for employment" was "Internship." With that in mind, please read the following:

    We'll be holding an information session on the Washington, D.C. Internship Program next Tuesday. This session is relevant for students from almost every major. Program Director Richard West and David Griffin, Director of International Study and External Programs at Emerson, will also be on hand to answer questions.

    For those of you who haven't read the The Washington Centernumerous articles (in the Beacon) over the past few years related to the D.C. Program, it's important for you to know that what makes D.C. unlike any other External Program is that the program is highly selective as it is limited to 20 students. Further, you must be a junior or senior with at least a 2.7 to be eligible for application. Applications for the Washington, D.C. Program are being taken NOW. You need to figure out your course load as you receive 16 credits in D.C., should you be selected. Cost is comparable to one semester at Emerson in Boston and also includes housing in a new residential center near Capitol Hill.

    Frankly, this semester is attractive to so many because it is very intimate insofar as Emerson alumni teach a course for us in DC, with guest speakers from all over the D.C. metro area, many of whom are also Emerson alums. We do our best to enhance networking and career opportunities by having both formal and informal gatherings.

    Attending the Tuesday meeting will provide you even more information on the experience.

    One final note that we believe is important. This will be our fourth year providing the D.C. experience and the program's popularity has soared. This is a program for ANY major at the college. While at first glance the program seems to be solely aligned with Political Communication Majors, as most of us know, Washington is also home to some of the most visible non-profit organizations and institutions dedicated to social justice and civic engagement. To this end, those Emerson students with an interest beyond the political environment will find value in applying to the D.C. Semester.

    Finally, as a side note, the past few years, Emerson students have been placed at the following locations:

    • The White House
    • Federal Trade Commission
    • Children's Defense Fund
    • Human Rights Campaign
    • Smithsonian Institution
    • National Geographic
    • Emily's List
    • National Defense University-NESA Center
    • ABC News
    • Financial Executives International
    • Center for Inspired Teaching
    • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    • U.S. Marshals Service
    • Center for Strategic and International Studies
    • MTV Rock the Vote
    • Voice of America
    • PBS
    • Downey McGrath Consulting
    • The Peace Corps
    • Washington Post
    • American Foundation for Suicidal Prevention

    ...............among others. The location is ideal; the opportunities are limitless.

    Past participants have represented the very best of Emerson College. We're terribly proud of their thoughtfulness, expertise, and ambassadorship.

    Thanks for your attention. We hope the semester is going well, and we look forward to seeing you next week.

  • Emerson MFA Alumni Reading

    Feb1920137:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    The W Hotel
    100 Stuart St.
    Boston, MA 02116
    United States of America

    Sponsored by Graduate Admission

    For more information please contact:
    Tim Douglas

    Please join us for an engaging evening with authors Kate Racculia and Maryanne O'Hara. Proud alumni of the Emerson College MFA program, both are accomplished and acclaimed writers of such titles as This Must Be the Place and Cascade, respectively. Refreshments will be served.

    Here are some links to the authors' websites and books:

  • Bright Lights: An Evening with experimental filmmaker Peter Rose

    Feb1920137:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    Paramount Center
    Bright Family Screening Room

    Sponsored by Department of Visual and Media Arts

    For more information please contact:
    Anna Feder

    Since 1968 Peter Rose has made over thirty films, tapes, performances and installations. Many of the early works raise intriguing questions about the nature of time, space, light, and perception and draw upon Rose's background in mathematics and on the influence of structuralist filmmakers. He subsequently became interested in language as a subject and in video as a medium and generated a substantial body of work that played with the feel and form of sense, concrete texts, political satire, oddball performance, and a kind of intellectual comedy. Recent video installations have involved a return to an examination of landscape, time, and vision. Rose has been widely exhibited, both nationally and internationally, having been included in shows at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Biennial, the Centre Pompidou, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Film Society at Lincoln Center, and the Rotterdam International Film Festival. He has been awarded fellowships by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Guggenheim Foundation, the Pew Foundation, the Independence Foundation, and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and is fond of writing descriptions in the third person.