This message was sent to Students on January 18, 2013 by Dawn Dellea, Career Center.
Young Ephs in Hollywood on Saturday 1/19
Do you like comedy? Curious about Hollywood? Interested in
working in entertainment? Join us for How'd You Get There? Young
Ephs in Hollywood on Saturday, January 19 at 1:00 p.m. in the
Mears Lewis Room at The Career Center. More details below.
from Dawn Dellea, Career Center
Do you like comedy? Curious about Hollywood? Interested in working in
entertainment? Join us for How'd You Get There? Young Ephs in Hollywood
on Saturday, January 19 at 1:00 p.m. in the Mears Lewis Room at The Career
Jesse Gordon '10, Chris Milliken '10 and Isaac Nicholson '11 are visiting
from Los Angeles where they are pursuing careers in entertainment. They
are eager to share what they have learned with students interested in the
Jesse Gordon '10 works as an assistant to television writer John
Eisendrath, who has an overall deal with Sony Pictures and wrote for Alias
and Beverly Hills: 90210. Jesse can offer insight into working as an
assistant to an entertainment writer, working on a studio lot, and the
differences between pursuing comedy in NYC and LA.
Chris Milliken '10 works as the Writer's Production Assistant on 1600
Penn, a new sitcom airing on NBC starring Jenna Elfman, Bill Pullman, and
Josh Gad. Chris can offer insight on connecting professionally through
Williams alumni, working with comedy writers as well as teaching in Hong
Kong before coming to entertainment.
Isaac Nicholson '11 has worked as an intern at two different production
companies and as an on-set Production Assistant and is currently pursuing
acting-auditioning during the day and working at night. Isaac can offer
insight on getting a Hollywood internship, the world of LA auditions, and
getting bowling shoes for celebrities.
We hope to see you there!
Dawn M. Dellea
Manager, Alumni & Parent Engagement Programs
Williams Career Center