ACADEMY OFFERS TWO-DAY VIRTUAL CAREERS IN FILM SUMMIT FOR HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE STUDENTS
Panel discussions with Rick Baker, Tobin Bell, Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, John Carpenter, Annie Chang, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lora Hirschberg, Andrea Kalas, Shannon McIntosh, Gerard McMurray, Theresa Rygiel, Luis Sequeira, Terri Taylor and more on Oscars.org
LOS ANGELES, CA – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will present its 6th annual and first virtual Careers in Film Summit on Saturday, October 24 and Saturday, October 31. The two-day event will provide high school seniors and college students the opportunity to learn about careers in the motion picture industry from Academy members, Oscar®-winning and nominated filmmakers and other industry professionals.
The Academy’s Careers in Film Summit is supported by a grant from The James Irvine Foundation.
The event is free, but registration is required to obtain the Zoom access. For more information and to register, visit Oscars.org/events.
UMass Women in Engineering Extravaganza for High School Students Tuesday, October 20th – Friday, October 30th
While we’re packing the two weeks with opportunities to make connections with awesome women engineering undergraduate and graduate students as well as women alumni and friends working in the field, ALL students are welcome, either as individuals or through your classrooms.
Click here to see details on the dates/times/events. We’re working on a few more to add! LIVE events will be via Zoom, but we’ll be posting everything in a platform called Hopin.to, where you’ll be able to access recordings “on demand” from October 21st - 23rd and 28th - 30th. About Hopin.To: Drop-in to Hopin.to to learn more about UMass Engineering and see if engineering is a career path for you. You'll be able to explore engineering student clubs and organizations through their Expo booths. We'll post recordings of all the live panels and design challenge launches from the week in case you missed them. Some of our departments will also post messages. We'll be updating the site throughout the three days as information becomes available, and we'll open the site up again during week 2!
REGISTER HERE (FREE) TO ACCESS OUR HOPIN.TO PLATFORM: https://hopin.to/events/women-in-engineering-days
Engineering Challenges: We have a number of engineering challenges that will launch October 20th – 22nd.
We’ll have lots of support for you over the two weeks to work on your challenges, and a “report back” on Friday, October 30th for you to share what you’ve learned. Descriptions are at the end of this document.
Register Interest in Challenges: https://tinyurl.com/2020EngineeringDaysChallenges
Questions? Email Us! firstname.lastname@example.org
X Block series Careers in the Music Industry Talk and Question sessions. The first is this Friday October 9 from 10:45 am -11:30am. All are welcome!
This week hear from Joe Paul Slaby:
Joe has worked in the touring live event industry for over 30 years, primarily with touring rock bands in a wide variety of venues from clubs to arenas to large festivals all around the world. His focus is supporting professional musicians on the road, both onstage and off. Joe has toured with a diverse collection of musical artists including Tool, Jack White, Sting, Norah Jones, Rage Against the Machine, Jane's Addiction and Primus.
Topic: Joe Paul Slaby Talk
Time: Oct 9, 2020 10:45 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 849 5553 1373
Wall Street Bootcamp (for High Schoolers) offers a fun, fast-paced program where students master the fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and Wall Street. Students will team up, create virtual stock portfolios, and measure performance. Students will learn the building blocks of turning concepts into companies, participate in writing a business plan as part of a team, and present their prototype to a mock "Shark Tank."
Course Runs Four Thursdays, Oct 22 - Nov 12, 3:30-5:30pm
MORE INFO https://arlington.ce.eleyo.com/course/73/fall-2020/wall-street-boot-camp