Number of Sessions: 4Format: OnlineSchedule: Tuesday, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
This class is for anyone who is ready to be their own boss. Come to class and we will workshop your business idea and develop the basic tools of starting a business plan.
In class, we will talk through how to start your small product-based business in a sustainable way. Learn about pricing and marketing strategies, and common pitfalls to avoid. Gain an understanding about key ideas such as how to know when to seek outside production, or add employees.
Learn how to run a business without it running you. Enjoy guidance from people with extensive business experience eager to pass on what they have learned to new entrepreneurs. This class will teach you how to start scrappy and lean – and how to stay that way.
Bring your computer, notebook, and a product idea for your business. You will also need a way to download and print pdf worksheets.
Number of Sessions: 1Format: In-personSchedule: Wednesday, 6:00PM - 8:00PMLocation: Broadway Campus, Broadway Edison Building (BE), Room BE 1139B
Put your voice to work doing voice overs! Learn how you can use your own speaking voice for commercials, films, videos, and other presentations. In this introductory class, find out how to break into the creative, fulfilling, and potentially lucrative voice over industry.
Develop some beginner voice techniques that you can use for a variety of outlets. Learn about the business side of doing voice overs, and how to market yourself. Become familiar with the equipment needed and how to set up a studio in your own home. You will also get a chance to explore demos and practice recording your voice during class.
A career doing voice overs can be managed on your own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with minimal overhead. Whether you choose to pursue voice overs part time or full time, this class will get you started doing voice overs in a unique and successful way.