Author: Susan Bodiker, WIFV Member
Women in Film & Video DC (WIFV) invites media professionals to register today for the 16th annual Media Job Fair scheduled for Saturday, April 6 from noon to 4 PM. $10 WIFV Members; $20 General Public. RSVP: http://ow.ly/iShde.
As the only job fair of its kind in the mid-Atlantic region, the employment expo is a valuable resource for freelance and full-time candidates at all levels of experience, bringing them (and their résumés) to the attention of those making the hiring decisions—often within days of the event. Last year, 90% of the exhibitors found the staff they were looking for and many companies return year after year because they know the job fair can match them with the most qualified prospects.
Exhibitors at the annual WIFV Media Job Fair include media recruiters, news organizations, production and post-production houses and talent agencies, who are looking for AV techs, editors, motion graphics artists, loggers, producers, production assistants, reporters, sales reps, sound mixers/audio techs, transcribers, translators, videographers, voice talent and more.
Currently, Sapling Pictures, PBS, TeamPeople and Word Wizards are confirmed exhibitors. The exhibitors list will be updated regularly at www.wifv.org on March 15.
Melissa Houghton, Executive Director of WIFV, echoed the sentiments of many when she said:
“The DC region has a vibrant, creative community and we are delighted to be able to nurture it and bring all the players together.”
WIFV Media Job Fair details are as follows:
Saturday, April 6, 2013 from Noon to 4 pm
University of California, Washington Center, 1608 Rhode Island Ave. NW
Farragut North and West Metros
$10 WIFV Members/ $20 Public
$10 discount to the first 50 DC residents who pre-register for the WIFV Media Job Fair. This discount is provided through the generosity of the Office of Motion Picture and Television Development. Attendees are invited to pre-register here for early access on the day of the event: http://www.wifv.org/files/13RegistrationForm.pdf
About the Writer: Susan Bodiker, WIFV Member
Susan Bodiker has been in love with advertising since she was a little girl, and to this day pays far more attention to ads and commercials than all the “Mad Men” and women combined. With 30 years’ experience as a copywriter, broadcast producer and account planner, she has developed branding, image and fund-raising campaigns for advocacy, association, B2B, B2C, health care, nonprofit, professional practice and retail clients and created print, broadcast and digital advertising, training materials and web content for a range of local and national marketers. Learn more about Susan’s business at http://orionadvert.com.