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AES New York 2007
Student / Career Event

Sunday, October 7, 3:00 pm — 5:00 pm

Mark Parsons, Parsons Audio & Center for Audio Studies - Wellesley, MA, USA
Jim Anderson, NYU Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music - New York, NY, USA
Eddy B. Brixen, EBB-consult - Smorum, Denmark
Alex Case, University of Massachusetts - Lowell, MA, USA
Paul Foeckler, Digidesign - Daly City, CA, USA
Leslie Ann Jones, Skywalker Sound (Lucasfilm) - CA, USA; SPARS President
Dave Moulton, Sausalito Audio Works - Groton, MA, USA

The Job in Your Future: What Does it Take to Be Employable? 

How—and how well—is audio education preparing prospective professionals for the marketplace? This session will encompass:

• What does it take to be employable?
• What skills need more emphasis? Entrepreneurship, business savvy, etc.
• Future-proofing: what skills can be taught that will be applicable for years to come?
• How to get the most for your education dollar?
• What mistakes students should avoid? 

Moderator: Mark Parsons:  Parsons Audio & Center for Audio Studies (Wellesley, MA).
Jim Anderson, Chairman of the NYU Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music, and a recording engineer whose work has won many Grammy Awards; 
Eddy B. Brixen: leading audio consultant with Denmark’s EEB; 
Alex Case, U. of Mass. Professor;
Paul Foeckler: Digidesign’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing and a principal in Digidesign’s education program;
 —Dave Moulton: Sausalito Audio Works, a Grammy-nominated engineer, producer, and a committed educator.

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