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Meet The Arts Mentors: Careers “Around” the Arts

January 21 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Meet The Arts Mentors: Careers "Around" the Arts

January 21, 2021
5PM – 7PM EST
Free Event

ELANMcGill Career Planning Service (CaPS) and YES Employment + Entrepreneurship are back to offer a second round of speed-mentoring, this time highlighting the arts administrators, cultural workers, and other behind-the-scenes professionals who uphold our arts ecosystems.

Hear from creative individuals who have maintained solid, dynamic careers “around” the arts, and learn about the many career options for artists that exist beyond their primary practice!

Guest speakers: To be announced. 

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Organizers

YES
McGill CaPS
ELAN

Venue

Online

Organizers

YES
McGill CaPS
ELAN

Venue

Online

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