Graduate students hear all the time that they need a plan for their professional futures. At the same time, they must be prepared to take advantage of the unforeseen opportunities that are likely to present themselves along the way. This winter, four faculty practitioners will share their career stories with CEU students. This is a great opportunity to learn about the roles both planning and chance can play as individuals chart their paths.
Bring a Brown Bag lunch and join us for an informal talk about careers and professional life.
Join us for the first faculty practitioner career talk of the winter 2018 series, featuring Jeremy Braverman, CEU's Media and Visual Education Specialist
Jeremy Braverman has spent most of his life working in film, both as a filmmaker and as an educator. He has been teaching filmmaking at the University level for the past 18 years. His short films have played in numerous film festivals across the US. He has served as a director on documentary, educational and promotional videos and as an assistant director on projects including short and feature films. In the 1990's, he worked as an actor and television personality in Budapest. As Media & Visual Education Specialist at CEU, Braverman provides support for media and visual literacy through instruction on state-of-the-art equipment, practical training in communicating through moving images, and promotion of high technical standards for media production. He teaches courses across disciplines, including, Documentary Filmmaking for Social Change, Historical Narratives and the Moving Image: Theory and Practice, and Skills for Impact: Documentary Filmmaking.
Upcoming talks in the series: February 8 / February 22 / March 1