Connect with alumni working across entertainment as performers, writers, producers, directors, artists, agents, and executives. Hear about their paths from Harvard coming from a wide range of concentrations and how they pursued creative careers. Alums will share industry trends, tips for finding summer internships and entry-level jobs, as well as networking advice.
Hosted in partnership with the Hasty Pudding Theatricals - learn about the jump from college theatre and extracurriculars to a career in arts & entertainment!
Join us for an interactive conversation about storytelling & entrepreneurship in Hollywood with CEO, Producer, and Content Expert Tracey Trench '85. "Tracey Trench has produced and overseen a range of film, television, theater, documentary and digital content. These productions have grossed over a billion dollars worldwide. She has worked with every major Hollywood studio and several television networks. She brings a strong background in running companies, managing productions, finding franchise concepts, and discovering under-served, emerging audiences. See...
A 2020 survey by ESA found that 64% of all Americans play video games — every day. Hear from alums and professionals working in the gaming/animation fields to explore opportunities in this growing industry. Examples of employers include: Activision Blizzard, Disney, Pixar, Epic Games, Zynga and more. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
"CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Friends of Harvard Tennis will host a Tennis, Business, and Career lessons webinar next Wednesday, December 16th at 12 p.m. EST.
The discussion will feature former Harvard men's tennis standout Jorge Paulo Lemann '61, Co-Founder of 3G Capital, and Jan Leschly P'90, former top-10 world ranked player and former CEO of SmithKline Beecham (now GSK). Leschly is the father Harvard tennis alum Mark Leschly '90 and grandparent of several current Harvard Tennis student-athletes.
Harvard OCS & the Kuumba Singers of Harvard College are excited to co-host a career conversation with Franklin Leonard '00, founder and CEO of the Black List. With over 1.5 million views, Franklin's ...
Interested in learning about the intersection of Sports, Entertainment, and Marketing? Join us for this interactive career chat with Mya Doelling ’11. As a part of the Harvard Office of Career Services (OCS) Diversity Beyond Harvard series, this program will also address the intersection of career and industry pathways with diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the workplace.
Mya Thompson Doelling joined The International Olympic Committee in 2019 as a Manager of Global Partnerships for the IOC's TOP program. Mya currently manages the P&G and Omega global TOP programs as...
In the lead up to the Harvard & MIT Media, Marketing, Humanities and Creative Careers Expo, join a variety of working professionals to get their perspective on the importance of creativity. Learn about specific opportunities to use your creative skills in branding, marketing, advertising, and strategic communications. Panelists can also answer questions regarding trends, changes, entry-level requirements, the difference between marketing, advertising, and PR, hiring timelines, and more!
Interested in jobs and internships in creative fields like arts, advertising, entertainment, marketing, branding, publishing, and journalism? Come to this program and learn how to strategize and optimize your search in these fields, and how to conduct the networking that's so key in creative careers.
Please register in Crimson Careers to attend.
Join us for the virtual Media, Marketing, Humanities, & Creative Careers Expo! Career fairs and expos are a great way to meet representatives from different types of organizations, to learn about internship and full-time positions, and to discover exciting opportunities within the field. For more information about this event, including the list of participating organizations, please visit the Media, Marketing, Humanities, & Creative Careers Expo website: https://ocs.fas.harvard.edu/m3expo