Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Analyst, Corporate Finance - based in Los Angeles Job Oppotunity

Creative Artists Agency (CAA) is the world's leading entertainment and sports agency, with offices in Los Angeles, New York, Nashville, London, and Beijing. Founded in 1975, CAA represents many of the most successful professionals working in film, television, music, theatre, video games, sports, fashion, and the Internet, and provides a range of strategic marketing and consulting services to corporate clients. CAA's clients include actors, actresses, writers, directors, producers, musicians, athletes, and other influential artists and executives. CAA works closely with production companies, movie studios, television networks, technology companies, and corporate brands, providing services which include marketing through entertainment, strategic counsel, financing, communications, and philanthropy consulting. CAA is also a leader in sports, representing more than 700 of the world's top athletes, coaches, and broadcasters, and works in the areas of broadcast rights, corporate marketing initiatives, and sports properties for sales and sponsorship opportunities. Position Analyst, Corporate Finance - based in Los Angeles Utilizing the expertise and relationships of the agency, CAA's Corporate Finance team works to source and execute investment and strategic partnership opportunities on behalf of the agency and its clients. Previous examples of such work include the creation of AXS TV in partnership with Mark Cuban, Anschutz Entertainment Group, and Ryan Seacrest Productions; the formation of Mandalay Sports Media with Peter Guber's Mandalay Entertainment and renowned writer/director/producer Mike Tollin; and the capitalization of a media investment fund with Ryan Seacrest, Bain Capital, and Thomas H. Lee Partners. The Corporate Finance team is looking to hire an Analyst to contribute to all aspects of project development and execution. He/she will join a small team of professionals and will have frequent interaction with senior executives both within the agency and at client and partner entities. The position will entail the following: - Financial analysis, due diligence, and execution of investment and strategic partnership opportunities in the media, entertainment, and sports sectors - Presentation of investment and strategic partnership opportunities - Engagement with existing clients/investments and the development and analysis of strategic initiatives for those entities - Identification, assessment, and potential execution of new business development opportunities Qualifications CAA Corporate Finance is looking for a thoughtful, ambitious, and high-performing candidate to become a key contributor to our team. Important characteristics include: - College education at a top-tier university; significant coursework in finance, business, accounting, or similar fields - 2+ years experience in an investment banking, consulting, corporate strategy, or similar role (preferably with some direct experience in the media, entertainment, or sports sectors) - Interest in the media, entertainment, and sports industry and passion to learn - Top-notch work ethic and attention to detail - Strong written and verbal communication skills, including relevant experience with PowerPoint work -Strong analytical skills and business judgment, including relevant experience in financial modeling - Positive attitude and creative-problem solving mentality - Ability to excel as part of a team - Ability to work in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION, PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME TO CAREERSNY@CAA.COM About GEMA Founded in 2002, the Georgetown Entertainment & Media Alliance (GEMA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which aims to elevate Georgetown's profile in the entertainment and media community by strengthening ties between the University and its alumni and by developing relevant programs and resources for alumni and students. GEMA is also committed to pursuing philanthropic endeavors related to media and the arts to benefit Georgetown University and our local communities. Comprised of alumni, students, parents and friends affiliated with the media and entertainment industry, GEMA has grown to nearly 3,800 members around the globe representing a diversity of specialties including film, television, theater, publishing, music, sports journalism, new and emerging media technologies and many others. GEMA played a key role in developing and securing necessary funding for the new Film and Media Studies Minor program in the Georgetown College, which commenced in Spring 2011, and partially funded the 75-seat state-of-the-art GEMA Screening Room on campus. Through its New York, Los Angeles and Washington, DC chapters and dedicated members elsewhere, GEMA has hosted over 100 events serving over 7,500 students and alumni. To learn more about GEMA, please visit

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

A-list comedy writer-producer looking for Summer semester intern.

A-list comedy writer-producer looking for Summer semester intern. Duties include reading and covering submissions for consideration, maintaining office, participating in creative and development meetings, and performing personal errands. Must be a team player and self-starter. Email resume to DISCLAIMER:::: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: Please make sure that your parent makes the contact for you, and not you......

DigiGirlz High Tech Camp for Girls

DigiGirlz High Tech Camp for Girls, Type: Foundations Source: Microsoft Program: DigiGirlz High Tech Camp for Girls, Eligibility: There is no cost associated with the camp. Microsoft provides the camp free of charge for attending girls. Se website for eligibility details. Purpose: Microsoft Is Proud To Offer Technology Programs Specifically For Youth. One Of Our Signature Programs, DigiGirlz High Tech Camp For Girls, Works To Dispel Stereotypes Of The High-tech Industry. We Continue To Look For Opportunities To Give Young People A Chance To Experience, Firsthand, What It Is Like To Develop Cutting-edge Technology. Information: Questions? Website:

Monday, May 13, 2013

Court Five Needs A Intern!

Court Five is seeking interns who are available 2-3 days a week, 9am to 6pm, this summer. Applicants should be interested in independent film development and production. Duties will include general office upkeep, handling phones, errands, and reading/evaluating material – experience in script coverage a plus. Office is ideal environment for eager minds to observe and learn with a chance for hands-on experience. Interns must have a car and a laptop – no exceptions. For consideration please send a cover letter (in body of email) and resume (as PDF attachment) to DISCLAIMER:::: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: Please make sure that your parent makes the contact for you, and not you......

Sunday, May 12, 2013

State Farm Good Neighbor YOUth in the Driver Seat Grants

State Farm Good Neighbor YOUth in the Driver Seat Grants Deadline: June 23 Learning to drive is one of the most exciting milestones in a teen's life. To support teens and their teachers in this rite of passage, YSA and State Farm® are offering YOUth in the Driver Seat, a service and learning program that includes training, ongoing support, and a $1,500 grant to implement an extended project that encourages safe driving habits, service to the community, and student achievement. Learn more about the program and eligibility requirements at

National Child Awareness Month Youth Ambassador Program Deadline: June 16

National Child Awareness Month Youth Ambassador Program Deadline: June 16 Do you have a passion for community service? Have you worked hard to solve a local problem and want to do more? Apply for the National Child Awareness Month Youth Ambassador Program (NCAM). This year-long Ambassadorship will train youth (ages 16-22) to address critical issues facing youth. Fifty-one Youth Ambassadors will be selected - one per state - creating a powerful national network of young people who raise their collective voice in service to other youth. Each Ambassador will receive $1,000 grant, travel to a leadership training in Washington, D.C., and ongoing support and guidance as they implement their service projects.

Amway's Who Cares Challenge: Youth Leadership Contest

Amway's Who Cares Challenge: Youth Leadership Contest Deadline: June 5 Amway will honor 10 youth changemakers in the United States and Canada. The contest is open to youth ages 13 - 22. Applicants will be narrowed down through public voting to a group of 100 entries. Charity partner Free The Children will then select 10 winners to receive $10,000 each to give to the nonprofit organization of their choice. Five grand prize winners from among those 10 will also receive a trip for themselves and a companion to Free The Children's next We Day youth empowerment event in Minnesota on October 8, 2013.

Annie's Grants for Gardens Deadline: May 31

Annie's Grants for Gardens Deadline: May 31 Annie's offers grants to school gardens that connect children directly to real food. These funds can be used to buy gardening tools, seeds or other needed supplies. Get $500 to start a brand-new school garden program. Use these funds for anything from classroom seeds in a cup to garden beds. There's no need to have an existing garden! Or, apply for $1,500 to deepen your school garden program. You must have an existing school garden to choose this entry type.

Thursday, May 2, 2013


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Lincoln Center Internship

LINCOLN CENTER Media Development Intern Description DEPARTMENT Media Development DESCRIPTION The Media Development Department of Lincoln Center works to bring the world class performance and artistic activity taking place in our venues to wider audiences across the country and the globe through distribution on a variety of platforms. Our signature, award-winning series, Live From Lincoln Center, brings live performances of opera, drama, music, and dance to approximately 20 million television screens across the country every year. Recently, Media Development also produced LincolnCenter's first-ever in-theater event, bringing the New York City Ballet's George Balanchine's The Nutcracker to hundreds of movie theaters around the world. And a variety of new projects are in the works, including an artist interview series featuring Lincoln Center artists discussing their work and process. Media Development seeks two graduate or college level students for summer internships. This is a particularly good opportunity for those students pursuing or considering pursuing careers in media production and/or development, new media, film, or arts administration. This summer placement will have the opportunity to receive valuable, hands-on experience in all aspects of performing arts media development and distribution and include production, research and administrative tasks. Interns will be given the opportunity to work across Lincoln Centerdepartments and series, interacting with a variety of Lincoln Center staff and artists. Internships are 8-10 weeks in length, are full-time and may involve evening and weekend hours. Media Development Internship approximate dates: June, July, August, 2013 Interns should be earning school credit. If this is not possible, a letter of support from an academic advisor is required. TO APPLY Please send cover letter and résumé to, and put "Media Development Intern" in the subject line.