Join us on Thursday, Dec. 10th for insights on career opportunities in Hollywood: Westcliff University is only a one-hour drive from Hollywood, the entertainment capital of the world. Each year there are 150,000 college graduates with some kind of degree in mass communication who are primarily interested in the 'Show' and pay scant attention to the 'Business'. Underlying all the perceived glitz and glamor of the entertainment industry, behind the cameras there is an elaborate manufacturing process producing movies, TV shows, commercials, music videos, etc.for a worldwide audience with a voracious appetite. While actors, directors and producers get most of the attention, there is literally an army of professionals with a wide spectrum of skillsets who are essential to any successful production. Making decisions about which projects to greenlight and keeping track of the money are two essential elements that keep Hollywood clicking along. Most people running Hollywood today began on the 'Business' side. Steve Ecclesine has spent his career making movies, documentaries, music videos and TV magic by managing the investor's expectations while overseeing all sizes of budgets. If you love Show Business, if you're great with numbers and are a good collaborator, Steve will explore a myriad of opportunities on the 'Business' side of the ledger and how a fresh MBA or DBA graduate can navigate a very difficult industry and build a career.