Posted on May 21, 2011 | No CommentsVice President, Interactive Television, Showtime Networks
What makes David’s job groovy? He gets to create and develop projects that add interactivity elements to Showtime and its channels, which enhances the television viewing experience.
How did it all begin? David pursued a degree in broadcast communications with a minor in art from SUNY Oswego. From an early age, David Preisman knew he wanted to work in either radio or TV, behind the scenes. He even pursued an internship at a radio station while still in high school. Though he learned a great deal about the radio business, David also made an important discovery: the realization that the visual world was far more appealing to him than was radio broadcasting.
Posted on May 21, 2011 | No CommentsEmergency Preparedness Coordinator
New York-Presbyterian Hospital
College students are often advised to look to their interests and activities as sources of inspiration for their future jobs. Jason Barell, currently an Emergency Preparedness Coordinator at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, found his inspiration while volunteering as an Emergency Medical Technician at Cornell University.
Posted on May 20, 2011 | No CommentsPatent Examiner
What type of job can you land when you graduate from college with majors in Biomedical Engineering and Biochemistry? Tim Gosart completed just such a program at Syracuse University in 2008. The coursework and projects prepared him well for his current job as a Patent Examiner at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, located near Washington D.C. His study of the sciences, research, and design gave Tim the skills to review patent applications for prosthetics and implants.