[Englmajors] "How to Use Your Degree to Make a Living": Talk by
wensel at u.washington.edu
Thu Mar 29 13:05:24 PDT 2012
How to Use Your Degree to Make a Living in the Real World
Art Feinglass, M.F.A. in Creative Writing, UW
Monday, April 9
2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Thomson Hall, Room 135
Dear English Majors,
You are invited to attend a talk with dynamic UW English Department
graduate, Art Feinglass. After earning his degree in the '70s, Art
returned to New York where he launched a successful career in Public
Relations that included serving as Director of Communications for an
international organization, teaching at New York University, and
authoring "Public Relations for Nonprofits," published by John Wiley.
Art started two theater-based businesses, Mostly Murder Dinner Theater
and Access Communications, Inc., that continue to operate in New York.
He recently founded a theater company here in Seattle,
Art Feinglass has had a long, varied, and colorful career as a PR
expert, a theater professional, and an entrepreneur. He is eager to
share his experiences and advice with students on how to use your degree
not only to make a living in the real world, but to make a living in
really creative, satisfying ways.
No RSVP necessary for this event, just show up!
Director of Academic Services
Department of English
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
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