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College students and young professionals embarking on their career are invited to join us for an intimate conversation with some of the biggest names in entertainment, fashion, and social media. This series will cover the importance of networking and internships, as well as insider tips for helping your job application stand out from the rest.

Following the discussion, we’ll be offering free headshots for attendees to use on their social media profiles, such as LinkedIn, and the chance to have resumes reviewed by professionals with our compliments.

July 17th: Hoda Kotb, co-host of NBC News’ TODAY and correspondent for Dateline NBC
Hoda Kotb will talk about how she got her start, and the importance of networking and internships.

July 31st: Kara Ross, Designer & Entrepreneur
Kara Ross is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and an award winning fine jewelry designer. A certified gemologist, Ross sits on the board of the CFDA and Georgetown University. She is a member of both Women Moving Millions, and the Harvard Kennedy School Women & Public Policy.

August 14th: Norman Golightly, Founder & CEO, Is It Funny or Offensive?
Norman Golightly built his social media company on humor, and its inherent boundaries and complications. In only two years, he has gained over a million followers on Facebook. Prior to founding his company, Golightly spent the bulk of his career in Hollywood. He is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

August 28th: Tommy Oliver, Producer
Tommy Oliver is a producer whose films have earned dozens of accolades and awards, including grants from the San Francisco Film Society, Cinereach, and Tribeca Film Institute. Oliver recently produced Qasim Basir’s DESTINED starring Cory Hardrict and Jesse Metcalfe, as well as the upcoming 8-part docuseries, BLACK LOVE, featuring Viola Davis, which is set for a fall premiere on OWN. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, a Microsoft alum, and repped by CAA.

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