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Professionals in Residence: Interested in Creating an Award-Winning Journalism Career?

Date:November 19, 2012 from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm EST
Location:Center for Career Education, Conference Room
Contact:For further information regarding this event, please contact Malla Haridat by sending email to or by calling 212-854-5609.

Are you interested in meeting a professional over lunch to discuss the field of journalism? 

CCE would like to invite you and a small group of students to a casual lunch and discussion with Lea Goldman, CC'98, Features and Special Projects Director of Marie Claire Magazine. If you have ever wanted to "pick the brain" of an industry insider about trends in their industry, best practices for students in the hiring process, and advice about career paths, join us for this event at the Center for Career Education.   This is your opportunity to connect with an executive in a mentoring conversation and is limited to 20 students.  Please register today!

Bio -

Lea Goldman is the Features & Special Projects Director of Marie Claire magazine, where she specializes in career and workplace matters and oversees the magazine’s new quarterly spinoff, MC@Work. Previously, she was a Senior Editor at Forbes Magazine, where she was responsible the magazine and website’sentertainment coverage, including the publication of that magazine’s annual Celebrity 100 list of the Top Earning Entertainers in Hollywood. In partnership with E! Entertainment Television, Lea helped produce and appeared in Forbes’ hour-long TV specials based on Forbes lists. She was also a regular contributor to Fox News Channel programs like Forbes on Fox and Your World with Neil Cavuto. She is the recipient of the James Aronson Award for Social Justice in Journalism and earned a National Magazine Award nomination for her piece on“The Big Business of Breast Cancer”.  Lea graduated from Columbia University (CC ’98) where she studied English literature.  

Business casual attire.
Registration REQUIRED.
interested students must apply by filling out the registration form. We will share a tipsheet with you about the event once you have been approved to attend.  
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Eligibility: This event is open to all Undergraduate and Graduate students served by the Center for Career Education (CC, SEAS, GS, SCE, SOA, GSAS and GSAPP.  Note: This event will be limited to 20 students.

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