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Professional Mentor Program
Artists, landscape architects, and performers with three or more years in the field--spend one-half hour, twice a month speaking with our best seniors about your experiences. Program begins in Fall 2013. Mentors: get involved.
This article from musicianwages.com compares teaching, symphony orchestra, cruise ship, and freelance income
Considering an Internship in Boston?
Housing is available through Northeastern University.
Careers in the Arts
Take a look at the what you can do with a degree in the arts.
This page is loaded with resources to get you started. Make a first draft, then e-mail Michele Plante, Career Services Coordinator to make an appointment to polish and improve your materials.
Use Networking in Your Job Search
Read or listen to National Public Radio's summary of how to approach the job search in today's market.
The FAA Career Services Office
FAA Career Services offers individual counseling with a focus on self-promotion, marketing, and entrepreneurship.
Artists Need to Be Writers
Whether you're writing a personal statement for a graduate school application, a teaching statement for an adjunct faculty position, or an artist’s statement for a grant proposal, you’ll benefit from our experience polishing hundreds of documents.
Artists Need to Be Promoters
Whether you’re showing your sculpture in a factory or performing your slam poetry in a bar, you need to get the audience to your performance. With years of professional marketing experience, we can help brainstorm ideas to publicize your show, get as much press as possible, and build a promotional package.
Sometimes, Artists Need Jobs
Whether you’re a designer getting ready to launch your career or an actor who needs to pay the rent , you’re going to need a job. We’re happy to help you get started with intern or job searches, and are available for individual appointments to help you improve your portfolio, cover letter, résumé, statement, or presentations.
Students are invited to make an appointment to explore careers, discuss majors, search for internships, review portfolios, cover letters, resumes, and more.
Letters of Reference
For Employment: Interfolio is a commercial system which archives your paper and electronic letters and maintains confidentiality. It is not affiliated with our university.
For Graduate school: Letters of Evaluation Online (LEO), created by the main campus Career Center which will house up to 12 letters and send them to graduate or professional schools for you. There is a fee to open a file.
How to support your emerging artist
Want to talk to the Career Services Coordinator? E-mail Michele Plante to make an appointment.