On October 18, the Fine Arts department presents its fall Career in the Arts lecture, Funny Business: Careers in Animation for TV, Film, and Print, a panel discussion about getting started as a cartoonist or animator, featuring award-winning artists/producers Thu Tran, a sculptor, performer, and creator of The IFC Channel’s Food Party TV as well as creator of tour visuals for the musician, Girl Talk and Gary Leib, New Yorker and RAW cartoonist, film score composer, New York Times animator, and Hershey’s toy designer.
Interested in learning how to make a dream career in television or film a reality? Stop by Lunch and Learn—Careers in Film and Television on October 19 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Boardrooms North and South for some free pizza and to meet with a panel of professionals who have successful careers in film and television. Representatives from ABC, MTV, and Nickelodeon, and Oscar-nominated independent filmmakers will be present!
Are you an international student interested in making the most of your job search in the U.S.? Stop by the next International Student Career Café on October 20 in NYC for some coffee and conversation on building communication skills.
On October 25, learn what to say and do when you meet a recruiter and make the most of your time at career fairs at How to Work a Career Fair/Your 30-Second Pitch. Come prepared to work on your 30 second pitch.
Whether it is your first, second, or even third interview, knowing what to expect is crucial. On October 27, learn the ins and outs of advanced interviewing, including learning to effectively communicate your qualifications and experience using the STAR technique.
This all leads up to the big Technology Career Fair on November 2 in NYC! The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, in partnership with Career Services, cordially invites you to attend their annual Technology Career Fair. Meet recruiters looking to hire interns and experienced professionals and network with Pace alumni working in the tech industry. View the companies that are attending.
If you’re not familiar with what Career Services on the NYC Campus can do for you, stop by an upcoming Co-op Orientation Workshop to learn all about eRecruiting, the internship process, and more on October 19, 20, 26, and 27, and more dates in November. Need some interview help? Stop by an Interview Workshop on October 18, 19, 25, and 26, and see upcoming November dates.
Other upcoming NYC events for November and December include networking for the holidays, a dining etiquette seminar, National Career Development Day, using social media for the job search, alternative options after graduation, a Career Service community service event, and more!
On the PLV Campus, stop by a special workshop for graduating bachelor and master level students currently student teaching and enrolled in the Senior Seminar. Learn about resume writing, interviewing, job search, and the hiring process on October 28. On November 2, hear about Careers in Marketing from leading industry professionals (and Pace alumni) in advertising, sales management, online marketing, and brand management. And don’t forget to sign up for the November 9 Mock Interview Day, where you’ll practice your interviewing skills with a professional recruiter! Pre-registration is required. Space is limited!
Upcoming events in November and December include a career paths panel with stories of success, getting LinkedIn to work for you, applying to law school, resume-writing workshops, interviews that land jobs, and more! For more info, click here.
On the White Plains Campus, Jan Wallen, author of the book Mastering LinkedIn in 7 Days or Less, will explain how the website’s new features can help you maximize your job search efforts on November 7. Her new book will be available for purchase at the event.