Thursday, July 13, 2006


Graduate Publishing Certificate Program
July 19 Information Session at Emerson College

Are you an entry-level professional seeking to develop critical skills for the publishing industry? Emerson College offers training for the career-minded professional, in industry-relevant areas of publishing, through the two-semester Graduate Publishing Certificate Program.

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Attend an information session at Emerson College on Wednesday, July 19 at 6 p.m. and learn about this distinctive program designed to help you strengthen your career options.

At the July 19 Information Session, students will meet faculty and hear about the publishing certificate program's career-oriented features:

**Separate book and magazine certificate tracks

**Courses extracted from Emerson College's graduate curriculum in publishing—designed to focus on skills needed in specific areas of publishing

**Built-in professional skill development components

**Strengthen your skills and increase your ability to navigate the publishing industry through the Graduate Publishing Certificate Program at Emerson College.

The final application deadline is August 18. The fall semester begins September 11.

RSVP for the July 19 Information Session: call the Department of Professional Studies at (617) 824-8280 or send email to Visit for program information.
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