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Internships

Aula de Professional Development Seminar

Vinicius Sa
Vinícius Cavalieri de Sá Coutinho, born in São Paulo on March 8, 1992, is
a Brazilian guitarist and composer who is majoring in Film Scoring.

 

Vinicius works as the Online International Ambassador for Portuguese

language since January, 2014.


 

A aula de Professional Development Seminar é mandatória para todos os majors aqui na Berklee. Nesta aula, os alunos tem a oportunidade de aprender um pouco mais sobre as maneiras de seguir sua carreira profissional e colaborar com outros colegas da Berklee e afora. Esta aula é um excelente incentivo para planejar os próximos passos e não perder tempo ao pensar no seu futuro profissional e o que irá ser depois que nos formarmos na Berklee.

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Los Angeles: oportunidades de trabalho

Vinicius Sa
Vinícius Cavalieri de Sá Coutinho, born in São Paulo on March 8, 1992, is
a Brazilian guitarist and composer who is majoring in Film Scoring.

 

Vinicius works as the Online International Ambassador for Portuguese
language since January, 2014.


Los Angeles é conhecida como a área “central” para todos os tipos de mercado, principalmente para a indústria do filme e da música. Não é para menos que esta cidade é um grande alvo dos alunos que se formam na Berklee, principalmente os formados em Film Scoring que procuram estágios e oportunidades de trabalho em estúdios de cinema.

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Planejando sua carreira

Este é um assunto interessante para quem está na Berklee, já declarou seu major, porém não sabe como o mercado de trabalho funciona em sua determinada área.

O Carreer Development Center (CDC) é um departamento da Berklee College of Music destinado exclusivamente à providência de informações, recursos e dicas para o desenvolvimento profissional dos alunos.

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Valerie Teicher: Whittling Down Career Options

Berklee Blogs introduces Valerie Teicher, a Music Business major and spring intern, as she begins her internship at BMG Chrysalis, a rights management company representing publishing and recording rights, as well as at The Windish Agency, an independent NYC booking agency serving musicians, bands and DJs. In today’s blog, Valerie explains how her internships have helped her focus her future career…

As both of my internships are nearing their end, there seems to be a little bit of a lull in terms of my work load. I think this is normal, as large projects and commitments would be hard to throw my way knowing that I will be leaving in a couple of weeks. There have been a few days this past week where I have had very little work to do, and a lot of time on my hands. At times this has been discouraging, and it has been hard to stay motivated, especially knowing that in a couple of weeks I will no longer be here, and job prospects are not likely. However, I have really enjoyed my time at both of these places and am excited for the next chapter ahead, so I suppose my motivation may be shifting from these particular internships, and more towards the unknown future ahead—I guess that must be normal as well!

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Gabrielle Thornley: Cause for Celebration…

Berklee Blogs introduces Gabrielle Thornley, a Professional Music major and spring intern, as she begins her internship with The Echo Nest, a music intelligence company that provides the largest repository of music data in the world for app developers. In today’s blog, Gabrielle illustrates Echo Nest’s work hard, play hard mentality…

The Annual Echo Nest Mustachio Bashio turned out to be a huge success and the best celebration yet, according to employees. After lunch was delivered that Friday afternoon, the music began blasting throughout the office, signaling the end of the work day, despite the fact that it was only one o’clock.

As soon as “Eye Of The Tiger” started playing, the office door of the company’s founder flew open, spilling clouds of fog. He emerged from the room pushing the beloved trophy, that was taller than me. The office broke out into a burst of cheers and clapping. We spent the next hour watching the hilarious skits performed by the men of the office and I had the honor of being chosen to be the official announcer. Afterwards, the ladies were forced to pick only three winners, earning the men trophies and a year’s worth of bragging rights. The choice was difficult, but a big congratulations to the winners!

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