• The Career Services Department (CS) is a team of knowledgeable and enthusiastic CS advisors, representing both the audio and visual media industries. Their collective experience, industry connections, and respected reputation, are the reasons that the CS team can provide students with professional career building guidance and an edge in today’s competitive job market. In many ways, we are here to help every student in their job search process. Feel free to stop by and say hi!
    Millie Li
    Career Services Coordinating Advisor
    510-594-6995
    mli@expression.edu

    Cameron Parker
    Career Services Advisor
    510-594-6980
    cparker@expression.edu

  • Hello! RIOT GAMES will be coming to the Ex’pression campus to conduct reel reviews for both visual and sound programs for both Juniors, Seniors and Alumni. Freshmen and Sophomores are encouraged to sit in to learn! You have one month to build content for this event and I encourage you to seek out advice from your instructors and PD’s. There is an approval process for reel submissions. Please check out the flyer below. If you have any questions please contact Millie Li at mli@expresssion.edu

    To RSVP Click Here!

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    Graphic Designer

    -Design print items like invitations and posters

    -Design web items like emails

    -Proficiency in Adobe programs

    -BA in design or equivalent experience or strong portfolio

    Guna Foundation is looking for a Graphic Design volunteer to help us on a project basis. We offer the opportunity to create items for fundraising and outreach, as well as possibly for in-film graphics. A good aesthetic fit for us would be high-end, culturally/historically-sensitive and modern.

    We are a volunteer-run non-profit film studio with the mission of presenting a window into the beauty, spirit, and knowledge of Tibetan Buddhism. Our work supports the preservation and continued vibrancy of this wisdom tradition.

    Please send us your CV, as well as portfolio and/or show reel

     

    Web Designer

    -Experience with Wordpress and html

    -Ability to update and/or redesign our site

    -Design as well as security know-how

    Guna Foundation is looking for a Web Design volunteer to help us on a project basis.

    Please send us your CV, as well as portfolio and/or show reel

     

    Assistant Editor

    -Organize and log footage

    -Run and maintain editing systems

    -Support the Editor and post-production process

    -Proficiency in Adobe Premiere helpful

    Guna Foundation is looking for an individual to serve as Assistant Editor for a full-length documentary film. Our last two films have played on local PBS stations across the country, and we are also aiming to air The Great Transmission on PBS.

    The Great Transmission focuses on the coming of Buddhism from India to Tibet in the 7th century and the translation efforts that followed. It will incorporate footage from Tibet and India as well as animation / VFX scenes. Learn more by viewing the preview for The Great Transmission at our website: http://www.gunafoundation.org

    We usually work with full-time volunteers. We offer you housing, meals, a small stipend, and free classes related to Tibetan Buddhism. We ask for a 5.5 day workweek, openness to shared accommodations and community living, and commitment to staying through the length of the project. Flexible arrangements are possible for the right person.

    Please send us your CV, as well as portfolio and/or show reel

     

    IT Support Specialist

    -Install and perform minor repairs to hardware, software and peripheral equipment

    -Set up equipment for employee use, performing or ensuring proper installation of cable, operating systems and appropriate software

    Guna Foundation is looking for a part-time IT volunteer to help us on a project basis. We currently need help with our backups and installing new Apple hardware.

    We are a volunteer-run non-profit film studio with the mission of presenting a window into the beauty, spirit, and knowledge of Tibetan Buddhism. Our work supports the preservation and continued vibrancy of this wisdom tradition.

     

    Lead Editor

    -BA in film or equivalent editing experience

    -High degree of proficiency in Adobe Premiere

    -Excellent narrative sense, rhythm and visual sense

    Guna Foundation is looking for a talented filmmaker to serve as Lead Editor for a full-length documentary film. Our last two films have played on local PBS stations across the country, and we are also aiming to air The Great Transmission on PBS.

    The Great Transmission focuses on the coming of Buddhism from India to Tibet in the 7th century and the translation efforts that followed. It will incorporate footage from Tibet and India as well as animation / VFX scenes. Learn more by viewing the preview for The Great Transmission at our website: http://www.gunafoundation.org

    We usually work with full-time volunteers. We offer you housing, meals, a small stipend, and free classes related to Tibetan Buddhism. We ask for a 5.5 day workweek, openness to shared accommodations and community living, and commitment to staying through the length of the project. Flexible arrangements are possible for the right person.

    Please send us your CV, as well as portfolio and/or show reel 

     

    Animator

    -Support the Animation Director in creating animation assets

    -Experience with After Effects, Nuke, and/or other 3D animation programs may be necessary

    -We are especially seeking Matte Painters at the moment

    Guna Foundation is looking for a driven self-starter to serve as an Animator for a full-length documentary film. Our last two films have played on local PBS stations across the country, and we are also aiming to air The Great Transmission on PBS.

    The Great Transmission focuses on the coming of Buddhism from India to Tibet in the 7th century and the translation efforts that followed. It will incorporate footage from Tibet and India as well as animation / VFX scenes. Learn more by viewing the preview for The Great Transmission at our website: http://www.gunafoundation.org

    We usually work with full-time volunteers. We offer you housing, meals, a small stipend, and free classes related to Tibetan Buddhism. We ask for a 5.5 day workweek, openness to shared accommodations and community living, and commitment to staying through the length of the project. Flexible arrangements are possible for the right person.

    Please send us your CV, as well as portfolio and/or show reel

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  • The fleet management team at OrderAhead is a mobile start-up here in the bay area that’s reinventing how the world shops.

    We recently launched our delivery service and are growing very quickly. We are constantly looking for passionate and responsible members to join the fleet team. We’ve hired a handful of students who became all-stars on the team, and would like to expand our outreach for local students looking for part-time opportunities.

    Here are a couple things that that our students really like in particular:
    – Flexible work hours based on their own schedule
    – Hire both drivers (Peninsula and SF) and bikers (SF only)
    – Ability to earn up to $15-20/hour
    – Professional team from OrderAhead that provides real-time support for the fleet team during shifts

    Included below is info for your reference:
    Job Description
    Application

    Please let us know if you have any questions! We look forward to hearing from you!

    Contact:

    Samantha Dong
    OrderAhead | 650-784-0821 samantha@orderaheadapp.com


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    Friday, November 14th, 2014
    11AM – 1PM
    Meyer Hall, Emeryville campus

    Career Services is excited to welcome Ken Caillat. His recordings have sold over 50 million copies. His record production and engineering efforts earned him numerous Grammy nominations and include an Album of the Year Grammy and Best Engineered Album Grammy Nomination for Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours”, the third largest selling album of all time. In addition to engineering and producing other Fleetwood Mac titles; “Tusk”, “Mirage”, “Live”, and The Chain Box Set, his credits also include such stars as Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd and Michael Jackson as well as Christine McVie’s solo album, “In The Meantime” (2002) in London, her first album in over 10 years.

    In addition to Ken’s many talents, he is also a producer, engineer, director, author and musician. In his 2012 book release titled, “Making Rumours”, Ken brilliantly chronicled a memoir of his experiences co-producing and engineering the 1977 “Rumours” album.

    To attend, RSVP at expression.edu/expert.

    Don’t miss out on this opportunity!

     

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    Monday, September 22, 2014
    1 – 3PM
    Meyer Hall, Emeryville campus

    Career Services is excited to welcome eight-time Grammy winner, Manny Marroquin’s. His humble approach and creative […]

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  • ThumbnailWhat: Northern California Rally for Film Incentives
    Where: Fairmont Hotel | 950 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94108
    When: Saturday, June 14th, 2014 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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  • What: 5th Annual New Media Film Festival
    Where: The Landmark Theatre W. Pico Blvd. LA, CA
    When: June 10 & 11th 2014

    New Media Film Festival

    Los Angeles in June, a cinematic extravaganza – New Media Film Festival held at The Landmark Theatre W. Pico Blvd. LA, CA. Among other things, Roger Corman and John Carpenter are going to be in the house.

    Declared “worth the entry fee” by MovieMaker Magazine and hailed for making “the cutting edge accessible” by Huffington Post, The New Media Film Festival celebrates the ever-changing world of new media. The 2014 edition of the festival will showcase 112 films from 25 countries. http://www.NewMediaFilmFestival.com

    As noted by NMFF attendee and fan Oscar Nomiinee Sally Kirkland, “The New Media Film Festival hasn’t just passed the crucial festival benchmark of five years, which is a lifetime in Hollywood. The programming has taken storytelling to a new level through technological innovations we couldn’t even imagine a few years back.”

    While many festivals have stuck with old-school programs of shorts and features, the NMFF exhibits a stunning diversity of emerging media across 20 categories, including Digital Comics, 3D, and mobile content. At the same time, the festival also tips its hat to film history. At the closing ceremony, John Carpenter will present Roger Corman with the coveted Legend Award.

    Highlights of this year’s line-up include:

    Turn It Up / Dir. Robert Radler (LA Premiere) — The history of the electric guitar, from its invention in the 1930s to its golden years, right through the phenomenon of the Guitar Hero video-game and digital guitars of the future. Hosted by Kevin Bacon, the film features interviews with B.B. King, Slash, Les Paul, Robby Krieger, Paul Stanley, Skunk Baxter, John 5, Jerry Cantrell, Nancy Wilson and many more…

    Curio Shop / Dir. Eric S. Anderson (World Premiere) — A Post-apocalyptic Acid Western. Everything and everyone in this world is broken…Even time. Directed by Emmy-award winner Eric S. Anderson (Dexter, Six Feet Under) and shot by DP David Stump (X-Men, Batman Forever), the show stars Christopher Sweeney, Brittany Slattery, Robert Scott Crane.

    Why We Ride / Dir. Bryan H. Carroll (Special Screening) — An inspiring adventure into the world of motorcycling, told by those who live life to the fullest on 2-wheeled machines.

    Galapagos 3D / Dir. Martin Williams (Opening Night) — Taking us on a voyage to the stunning Galapagos islands, award-winning producers Anthony Geffen and Sir David Attenborough push 3D technology to its limit in order to meet the unprecedented challenges of filming its unique species and environments.

    Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story / Dirs. Mike Ambs, Paul Foyder, Regino Roy III, Whitfield Scheidegger, Greg Shewchuk — A stop-motion animated film based on the popular Disney parks Vinylmation collectible franchise.

    We Hear Your Voice / Dir. Rafi B — International pop stars and icons unite with a musical message of hope and to make a charitable contribution to the lives of children around the world.

    Wildfire / Dir. Stephen G. Smith (World Premiere) — Directed by Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen G. Smith, Wildfire explores our relationship with civilized and wild fire.

    All films have Q&A sessions with the filmmakers and participants.

    Tickets as well as passes including the Roger Corman Legend event can be purchased directly at http://www.eventbee.com/v/5thnewmediafilmfestivalticketandbadgepage

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