Monday: Get The Scoop on How to Get into The Entertainment Business

Ever dreamed of being named to the cast of SNL? Or simply working in the film, tv, or media industry? Don’t miss our program next Monday — and learn how to use Dartmouth’s exclusive alumni network for Entertainment & Media. RSVP now to attend.

“Landing A Career in Film, Television, New Media, or Entertainment”
Monday, October 1, 2012
12:30 – 1:30 PM
Career Services Workshop Room  (Note location change from 101 Collis. RSVP requested)

President of Dartmouth Alumni in Entertainment & Media Association (, Jethro Rothe-Kushel ’03 will be on campus for a Q&A with students.  Jethro is a Los Angeles based director and producer of motion pictures, television, documentaries and New Media.

In 2000 as a freshman at Dartmouth, Rothe-Kushel received a grant to direct a documentary about homelessness in Los Angeles. Upon graduation, through Career Services, he received the Reynold’s grant to create short documentaries in Mexico.

Rothe-Kushel worked as a creative producer and executive with emerging writers from NYU, UCLA, USC, & AFI to develop film & television projects for major studios and networks including Warner Bros, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, Disney, Sony Pictures, & Paramount.  He went on to produce 10 feature films, and he has worked in television including “The Oscars,” “Frontline,” and “Ghost Whisperer.”  In addition, he has directed music videos for MTV, VH1, as well as national commercials.

During his career, he has worked with Ron Howard, Bruce Cohen, McG, Bennett Miller, Alanis Morissette, James Toback, Brett Ratner, Danny Boyle, Spike Jonze, Gus Van Sant, Aisha Tyler, Warren Beatty, Magic Johnson, James Belushi, Jennifer Tilly, Michael Sheen, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lindsay Lohan, Cheech & Chong, Ozzy Osbourne, Rob Zombie, Slash, Alice In Chains, Deepak Chopra, Melissa Etheridge, Hugh Hefner, Buck Henry, Dustin Lance Black, Tarsem, Gary Busey, Sarah Silverman, Marisa Tomei, Camilla Belle, and Scarlett Johansson.

In addition to his work in traditional film and TV, Rothe-Kushel has been a pioneer of new media since its inception. He was among the first in the field to monetize Internet-based viral content, and he has successfully developed, produced and deployed online content for local and federal government as well small businesses as well as Fortune 500 Companies like Nestlé.

In 2009, in addition to being selected as one of 30 of the most influential thought leaders under 30, Rothe-Kushel supervised the Los Angeles production of the top of the broadcast for the 81st Annual Academy Awards. In 2011, he produced “Golden Gods” for MTV & VH1, produced a stereoscopic 3D project, and produced four up-coming feature films, including Dream In American Rock & Roll: the Movie, and The Secret Lives of Dorks, starring James Belushi & Jennifer Tilly.  His up-coming movies The Courier and The Ganzfeld Experiment feature Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler, Iron Man 2), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen), Dominic Purcell (Hijacked), and Billy Zane (Titanic, Back to the Future).

Rothe-Kushel has partnered with former agents (ICM, APA, Innovative, Gersh) on a Hollywood based production and management company. He also serves the board of delegates for the Producer’s Guild of America.

To learn more about Jethro Rothe-Kushel, check out his bio on IMDB.

Hey ’13s: Biding Your Time Cause You’re Not Seeing Biden?

Stop by Career Services All Day Drop-ins today, 15 minute appointment available all day from 10 am to 4 pm on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Want a career advisor to proof your resume or cover letter? Need just-in-time advice on applying for opportunities through Dartboard before Sunday night’s deadline?

Stop by, we’ll be happy to see you!

Jeff Taylor, Founder and Former CEO of at the DOC House This Friday, July 6!


Career Tip:  You don’t need to figure it out all on your own. Listening to journeys and stories can be very enlightening.

Below is some information received by Career Services – many speakers come to campus and are able to impart valuable knowledge to students.  All students should be taking advantage of these opportunities. Read the following information to find out how to take advantage of this opportunity on Friday, July 6th (tomorrow); don’t hesitate!

Jeff Taylor, Founder and Former CEO of at DOC House this Friday, July 6th 3:00pm-5:00pm.

  • “What are you going to do on your next off-term?”
  • What about after graduation? Is that a question that scares you?
  • Do you want to forge your own path and don’t know how?
  • Do you need help figuring it all out?

This might help.

Jeff Taylor, founder and former CEO of (also known as DJ Jefr Tale!), is coming to Dartmouth to speak about his journey and entrepreneurship as well as engage you in a practical dialogue about the great world of life after graduation.

Come enjoy some BBQ, ask some questions, and begin to map out where you could be headed.

This event is sponsored by Bridgewater Associates, LP.

*RSVP before 1pm on Thurs. July 5th DIRECTLY to Andrew Cushman at


Career Blitz: LAW

Topics Include:

  1. Vogel, Slade & Goldstein, LLP; Paralegal (DC)
  2. Special Spring Series at the Rockefeller Center
  3. Free Webinar: Educational Debt and the Financial Aspects of Planning for Law School
  4. Prelaw Undergraduate Scholars Program; Rutgers University School of Law – Camden
  5. College Prelaw Summer Institute; Cooley Law School


1. Vogel, Slade & Goldstein, LLP; Paralegal (DC)

Typically a one-year position (beginning late June 2012) for recent college graduates considering a career in law.  Assist the three partners in representation of whistleblowers in Government fraud cases.  Handle wide range of tasks including legal research, document analysis, factual investigation (computer research, witness interviews, etc.), and drafting/editing case memos and other documents, as well as administrative duties such as file maintenance. Deadline: April 20

Apply thru DartBoard Job ID # 4812

2. Special Spring Series at the Rockefeller Center

Discussion with Thomas Barnico, J.D. ’77, Lecturer at Boston College Law School and former Assistant Attorney General of Massachusetts from 1981-2010, Dinner Included! Upcoming topics include:

April 16th        State-Federal Relations

April 23rd       Critical Views of Attorneys General

April 30th       Law Career Opportunities

Register at:

3. Free Webinar: Educational Debt and the Financial Aspects of Planning for Law School

Hosted by Michigan State University College of Law. Topics will include: Understanding the complete costs of earning a law degree, Appreciating the impact of high levels of educational debt, Loan program costs and repayment options, and Creating a financial plan that minimizes borrowing.

Tuesday, April 24 – 7:30 p.m. Register at:

4. Prelaw Undergraduate Scholars Program; Rutgers University School of Law – Camden

This is a pre-law program for undergraduate students. It is a 4 week immersion program into the legal world. The primary purpose of the program is to increase the diversity and qualifications of applicants applying to law school while also promoting the success of underrepresented minorities in the legal profession.   The PLUS Program will include: Law school classes, Field trips (law firms, legal services organizations and other venues), Guest Speakers, Professionalism Seminars, and a moot court competition. Deadline: April 15

For more information and to apply:

5. College Prelaw Summer Institute; Cooley Law School

Summer program open to college sophomores, juniors, and seniors. It takes place from May 30 – June 29. Program highlights include: $750 stipend upon successful completion of the program, 2 practice LSAT exams, Mock trial experience and career exploration luncheons with judges and lawyers.

DEADLINE EXTENDED: April 27, 2012 

For more information on the field of Law as a career:







Road to the Show April 18, 2012 – If you are SERIOUSLY considering sports as a career.

FOR STUDENTS: who are interested in sports, marketing, sales, and all facets of a professional franchise.  The following is a great opportunity to see the inside workings of a professional sports organization.

Who: “Road to the Show” is designed for students who have an interest in sports, marketing, sales, accounting, finance, legal, or any facet of running a professional sports franchise. The event is open to undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty and staff from local colleges and universities.


What: A night for students to come to Fenway Park and enjoy a Red Sox game while also learning what it is like to work for a successful business from senior level Red Sox Executives. Students will receive:
A Standing Room Only ticket for the 4/18 game vs. the Rangers ($20 value)
A moderated Q&A session with Senior Red Sox Executives (exact attendees TBD)
A special guest credential that includes information about Red Sox related internship programs
A private, pre-game party on the Right Field Roof Deck from 4:45 PM to 5:30 PM with breakout discussions based on student interests with approximately ten senior level Red Sox employees
A raffle that includes ticket upgrades and autographed items
Opportunity to take photos with the 2004 and 2007 World Series trophies
A visit from Wally the Green Monster

Where: Fenway Park. Students will be asked to arrive at Gate B (Corner of Ipswich St. and Van Ness St.)

When: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at Fenway Park. Boston Red Sox vs. Texas Rangers at 7:10pm
3:45 PM: Students arrive at Fenway Park Gate B (corner of Ipswich St. and Van Ness St.)
4:00 to 4:45 PM: Q&A session moderated by a Red Sox broadcaster. Due to the number of students, questions will be submitted in advance at
4:45 PM to 5:30 PM: Private pre-game reception on the RF Roof Deck with Red Sox employees (Concessions items are not included, but are available for purchase at this time).
5:40 PM: Gates open to the public. Note: At this time students have the option to exit the ballpark or remain inside Fenway Park until the game starts

Why: The Red Sox want to provide an opportunity for participants to see what it is like to work for a professional sports organization while also offering a fun night for students to enjoy the Fenway Park experience.

Purchase Information: Tickets are $25.00 per person for Standing Room Only tickets. Colleges or student groups that would like to participate must purchase a minimum of 25 tickets. Participating schools may distribute tickets to students, faculty, and staff in their sole discretion. Please contact Meghan Ryan at or (617) 226-6987 to confirm your participation or if you have any questions.

Women’s Leadership Camp April 19th – Deadline to Apply APRIL 1st, 2012 for all expenses paid opportunity.

Women’s Leadership Camp

An Event for College Freshmen and Sophomores

Thursday, April 19, 2012
Join us to learn about Goldman Sachs and the financial services industry.  This one-day program features divisional overviews, career workshops and networking with Goldman Sachs business and recruiting professionals.

To apply, please visit our events portal at and search for “Women’s Leadership Camp.”  Applications are due by Sunday, April 1, 2012.



Clean Tech & Energy Management Information Session with EnerNOC (Boston)

Excited about the Energy Industry?  Passionate about Clean Tech?  At EnerNOC, we get a get a kick out of working to create change in the world, and have fun while doing it.  Join us on March 29th to learn how you can make a difference as part of our industry-leading Clean Tech organization.

Location: EnerNOC, Inc., 101 Federal Street, Suite 1100, Boston, MA 02110
Date: Thursday, March 29, 2012
Time: 6:00-8:00pm

RSVP Deadline: Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Click here to register! Space is limited.

The event will include:

  •     Employee presentations
  •     A tour of the Company’s Network Operation Center
  •     Refreshments
  •     Networking

Q.) What types of opportunities are available?
A.) Summer internships and full time opportunities

Q.) Which departments are hiring?
A.) Network Operations, Field Operations, Marketing, IT, Energy Services, Software Development, Financial Operations, Utility Solutions, Energy Services, Sales, IT, and New Ventures

Q.) What backgrounds are applicable?
A.) Marketing, Economics, Information Systems, Energy Engineering, Energy Industry, Computer Science, General Business, Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering, Economics, Six Sigma, Systems Engineering

About EnerNOC:
EnerNOC is a leading developer and provider of clean and intelligent energy solutions to commercial, institutional, and industrial customers, as well as electric power grid operators and utilities. We offer technology-enabled full-service demand response services, energy efficiency, or monitoring-based commissioning, services, energy procurement services and emissions tracking and trading services.

EnerNOC employs a talented team of people that support the effective, economical, and environmentally-friendly stewardship of energy resources. We passionately pursue this goal daily by acting as market advocates, working with unparalleled integrity, driving value for our customers and our business, and remaining firmly committed to what we
do. We believe our values and enthusiasm are contagious!  Please come eat, drink, and network with professionals at EnerNOC! EnerNOC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Questions? Please contact 

NEACAC Career Colloquium at Boston College, March 29th

Following is part of an email, recently received in the Career Services office:

Greetings –

I’m in touch on behalf of the New England Association of College Admission Counseling to notify your office of an opportunity for individuals interested in learning more about a variety of professional positions within education.

The NEACAC Professional Development Committee is offering a Career Colloquium at Boston College on March 29th to help introduce individuals to secondary school counseling and the college admission profession.

Registration is at 6:00 p.m. followed by the program from 6:30-8:30 which will include a panel of professionals as well as resume review and feedback.  Additional information is also posted on the NEACAC page at and questions can be addressed to

Please …  feel free to let us know if we can provide you with any additional information.


Tara M.

New Hampshire AmeriCorps Service Panel – 3/12/12 – Concord, NH


Learn how you can make a difference as a full-time volunteer addressing America’s most pressing needs!

Monday, March 12th from 6-7:30pm
NHTI – Concord’s Community College; Sweeney Hall Auditorium 122
31 College Drive, Concord, NH
For more information or to RSVP: Ted Wing (603-218-5102;

AmeriCorps is an opportunity to make a big difference in your life and in the lives of those around you.
It’s a chance to apply your skills and ideals toward helping others and meeting critical needs in the

Each year, AmeriCorps offers 75,000 opportunities for adults of all ages and backgrounds to
serve through a network of partnerships with local and national nonprofit groups. Whether your service
makes a community safer, gives a child a second chance, or helps protect the environment, you’ll be getting
things done through AmeriCorps!

The following list of programs are expected to be in attendance:
AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Program • City Year • Green Corps Student Conservation Association • NCCC • Peace Corps
*VISTA (featuring: Campus Compact for NH, Families In Transition, New Hampshire Catholic Charities)


JOURNALISM NEEDS YOU! Friday, Feb. 3rd @ 3:30 PM

“JOURNALISM NEEDS YOU!” – A Career Conversation

FEB. 3 (Friday) – 3:30 PM

Career Services Workshop Room

Guest:  Joe Mathewson – Dartmouth Alumnus & Trustee Emeritus

Professor of journalism law and ethics, and business reporting and writing – Northwestern’s Medill  School of Journalism Business editor of the Medill News Service

Journalism opportunities are expanding, on the Web and around the world, and there’s an ever-increasing appetite for news, which calls for real reporters and writers, not just aggregators.

*****R.S.V.P. at wejoinin (

Bio: Reporter for The Wall Street Journal in New York, Washington and Chicago; covered Congress, U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Department, Federal Trade Commission, politics, business, stock market.  Reporter, political editor for WBBM-TV.  Author of The Supreme Court and the Press: The Indispensable Conflict (2011); Up Against Daley (1974), numerous op-ed pieces for the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times; contributor to articles on significant Chicago lawyers and Supreme Court cases.  Practiced law in Chicago for 12 years.