Career Journey | Act 3: How Will I Get There? (PT)
Workshop Hours: 10 am–12 pm PT / 12–2 pm CT / 1–2 pm ET
PREREQUISITE: Must have attended The Career Center Orientation | Weekly on Mondays & Wednesdays
This workshop is highly interactive and includes activities and discussion. For the best learning experience, we strongly recommend signing into the workshop from a laptop or desktop computer.
About This Series:
This is a three-Act series. Acts 1, 2 and 3 must be taken in order. See below for all unit topics:
- Career Journey - Act 1: Who Am I?
- Career Journey - Act 2: What Are the Possibilities?
- Career Journey - Act 3: How Will I Get There?
A central challenge for many performing arts and entertainment professionals is navigating the episodic nature of their work in the industry. For many, survival work—initiated to make ends meet—ends up draining the creative professional and becoming more problem than solution. The purpose of this workshop series is to assist performing arts and entertainment professionals in their search to find meaningful work. Career Journey offers strategies to gain agency over your career.
Career Journey - Act 3: How Will I Get There?
Now that you have brainstormed potential work opportunities, how will you get there? To continue on your career journey, you will:
• Navigate labor market research resources and strategies
• Learn to develop your network to find people and organizations that can help
• Learn how to test work ideas through experience
You'll evaluate your work ideas based on who you are and what you need to find a meaningful fit.
March 7—Act 1: Who Am I?
March 14—Act 2: What Are the Possibilities?
March 21—Act 3: How Will I Get There?
April 4—Act 1: Who Am I?
April 11—Act 2: What Are the Possibilities?
April 18—Act 3: How Will I Get There?
May 2—Act 1: Who Am I?
May 9—Act 2: What Are the Possibilities?
May 16—Act 3: How Will I Get There?
June 6—Act 1: Who Am I?
June 13—Act 2: What Are the Possibilities?
June 20—Act 3: How Will I Get There?
Via Zoom, an online video conferencing system that we will be using for class. You will need a device with internet connectivity to participate.
Class will begin at the scheduled time, so please be prompt. Log in a few minutes early to ensure your device is operational.