Events for September 19, 2019
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National Broadcasting Society is now accepting script submissions for the 2020 Spring Narrative. Do you want to see your idea brought to life? This is your chance, and we want to help! Need inspiration? Watch last year’s Spring Narrative On the Edge!
Hosted by: National Broadcasting Society (NBS)
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4957635
All staff needs to know how to enter time and request paid time off. All staff and faculty will want to know how to view your payslip! (If you had previously taken Introduction to Workday, you do not need to attend this class. But you are always welcome too
Registration is required.
The fall Internship Fair is nearly here.
Don’t miss your chance to network with more than 50 companies representing a wide variety of interests in Emerson College’s biggest industries. Learn more about unique internship opportunities and career paths as you connect with recruiters looking specifically for you! This is your chance to lock down an internship while sharing great dialogue surrounding your career and professional interests.
Stop by the Bobbi Brown & Steven Plofker Gymnasium on Thursday, September 19, from 12:30-3:30 pm, to network with your next potential employer!
Are you passionate about music? You’re in luck! Musicians Wanted is hiring soon! Stop by on Thursday between 2-4:30 or Friday between 12-3 to chat with a board member about your interest in a position. Feel free to bring your resume or previous work. Can’t make it? Email us!
Hosted by: National Broadcasting Society (NBS)
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4939573
The Procurement and Accounts Payable team is holding open lab times for Workday users to get 1:1 assistance. Types of activities to get assistance with include:
- reconciling credit card expenses
- travel and business reimbursement requests
- purchasing goods or services
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to attending so that you can be entered into the Park Plaza visitor system.
Active Minds is a mental health advocacy org at Emerson. We meet every Thursday from 3-4 p.m. at 172 Tremont in Pod 317. Come join us to learn more about our org and to get involved!
Hosted by: Active Minds at Emerson College
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4943574
Celebrate the opening of GlitchKraft with vibrant life-sized projections, mind-bending optical illusions. In addition, enjoy the launch of the latest issue of Property Materials, Boston’s premier glitch art zine with food, drinks, and swag aplenty.
Enjoy live electronic music by local luminaries LIMBC (Anda Volley), Robin Amos, and Blaik Ripton. Accompanied by live video art by DebStep and J. Bagist, the creators of Property Materials, and the artists behind GlitchKraft’s first guest room installation.
Free and open to the public.
Co-presented by Wicked Queer; Writing, Literature and Publishing; and the Boston Women’s Film Festival
Directed by Madeleine Olnek, comedy, English with English subtitles, 84 minutes, USA (2018)
The poet Emily Dickinson’s persona, popularized since her death, has been that of a reclusive spinster — a delicate wallflower, too sensitive for this world. In this humorous drama, Molly Shannon captures the vivacious, irreverent side of Emily Dickinson that was covered up for years — most notably her lifelong romantic relationship with another woman. After Emily’s death, a rivalry emerges when her brother’s mistress, along with editor T.W. Higginson (Brett Gelman), publish a book of Emily’s poems. Unique and surreal, Wild Nights with Emily sheds new light on the life of one of our most celebrated poets.
Discussion led by WLP faculty members Robin Fast, Christine Casson, and Anna Ross to follow. F, W, LGBTQ
Learn how to use FilmFreeway to help you navigate through the festival circut.
Hosted by: Emerson Independent Video (EIV)
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4861330
Come out and get creative! This program is all about looking forward and starting to think about some goals students can set for themselves for the semester! I hope to have one station of dream board making where students can create posters using recycled materials to express themselves. I would also was to have another station where students can write letters to their future end of their semester selfs and potentially I could collect them at the end or they can keep it to view at the end of the semester!
Hosted by: The Little Building
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4918377
As part of Phi Alpha Tau’s recruitment week, with information from Emerson’s Career Services, learn about building a resume, cover letter, the proper process of earning yourself an internship, how it can help, the dos and don’ts, and more! Speak to brothers who have had internships in the past and what it was like. Brothers in the past have interned at Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Ellen Show, Working Title Films, Legendary Entertainment, Mythical Entertainment, Backstage magazine, and more!
Founded in 1902, Phi Alpha Tau is the nation’s oldest professional communicative arts fraternity. We have brothers across all majors at Emerson, and provide an inclusive and welcoming social and professional environment to any member of our Emerson community who identifies as male, regardless of race, background, or sexuality. We pride ourselves on fostering a professional and personal relationship with the college and with each other, while also furthering the arts within our respective fields. We are always looking to grow and invite the best and brightest men of Emerson to join our ranks. If you have questions about recruitment, don’t hesitate to reach out to our Recruitment Chairs (Austin Bailey & Avery Mann) at email@example.com.
Hosted by: Phi Alpha Tau
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/4851558