Wed, Aug 30|
The Milky Way
Young Professional Happy Hour - NEW DATE!
Join Us Wednesday at The Milky Way for Jewish YP Happy Hour with a special guest - Aaron Kemp, an Entertainment Attorney - who will talk about "Landing Your First Job in the Entertainment Industry & Building Your Tribe." Free to attend • No need to RSVP - just join us at The Milky Way!
Time & Location
Aug 30, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
The Milky Way, 9108 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035, USA
About the event
Join Us Wednesday at The Milky Way for Jewish YP Happy Hour with a special guest - Aaron Kemp, an Entertainment Attorney - who will talk about "Landing Your First Job in the Entertainment Industry & Building Your Tribe."
➡️ The two most important factors for a successful career in the Entertainment Industry are:
1) Landing that first job that gains you the credibility necessary to move forward toward your ultimate goal.
2) Building & sustaining your tribe of industry friends, networking contacts & collaborators.
The first is your entry point into the magic kingdom, the second is the life long habit employed by its captains & titans throughout their entire careers.
✨ Join us for a presentation on these two important skills whether you’re just starting out or you’re a seasoned pro who simply wants to enhance your ability to network & collaborate!
Free to attend • Speciality Drinks from $10 • Arrive Early for Free Appetizers
No need to RSVP - just join us at The Milky Way!
Every YP Happy Hour features a different guest speaker. With leaders from fields like TV & Film, Law, Politics, and Healthcare - every HH is unique!
Brought to you by: Kesher YP Pico Shul Alevy Learning Center JConnect
About Aaron Kemp:
Aaron Kemp is an Entertainment attorney in private practice who deals with copyright, talent, motion picture production and labor union compliance among many other issues. He previously worked as a Business Rep at SAGAFTRA, the world’s largest Entertainment Union, where he provided signatory clearance on thousands of films & issued contractual rulings to Studios, Law Firms, Producers, Directors and Performers in virtually every subject area and under every budgetary level of the Union's Theatrical Agreement.
He has also worked as a volunteer Los Angeles City Attorney, practiced Holocaust Reparation Law and is two-time recipient of the State Bar’s Wiley F. Manual Certificate for providing Legal Services to the Poor.
An avid writer, he has contributed to multiple online and in-print publications, including The Huffington Post and The New York Daily News and was part of the Freelance Writer’s Program at Saturday Night Live for multiple seasons.