2016 Fall Networking Night: Photo Highlights
Right foreground: David Howson (arts administration)
and Beck Krefting (media and film studies)
On October 20, MDOCS, the Arts Administration Program and Media and Film Studies Program hosted the second annual student and community networking night. The evening of mingling at Saratoga Arts has developed and continues to grow into an eclectic and welcoming forum for community members working in documentary, communications, the arts and other related fields to meet each other and talk with students about what they do and the available internship opportunities at their companies/organizations.
Students prepare with a short pre-event networking workshop that suggests some conversation starters and ways of entry when speaking with people that could turn into valuable long-lasting connections. Professionals from cultural and media organizations such as the Saratoga Preservation Foundation, Caffe Lena, The Saratoga Film Academy, Saratoga International Film Festival, Candy Factory Films and many more were joined by students interested in pursuing internships in the arts administration, documentary and film and media fields. Good food, good conversation and even a few internships were secured.
2016 Fall Networking Night at Saratoga Arts
L to R: Kira Hastings '17, Jennifer Monderer '20 speaking with Emily Crawford.
L to R: Reece Robinson '18, Madison Plummer '17, Will Kaplan '17 and Jack Mullin '17
enjoying the hors d'oeuvres from Circus Cafe.
Students speak with Dale Willman about his career as a journalist.
Emily Crawford from Interactive Media Consulting speaking with student attendees.
Jack Mullin '17 speaking with regional artist.
Jason Brown from Starling Studios and Jason Ward from Candy Factory Films
connect with Reece Robinson '18.
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org for info on the next networking event.