One Day Immersion
in Media, Entertainment, & Technology

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For an entire, intensive day, One Day Immersion (also known as ODI) pulls back the curtain and shows college students, graduate level candidates and recent graduates how to go from the classroom to the boardroom. Corporate partners engage with new leaders and executives share their industry expertise.

This unfettered interaction and shared learning between corporate partners, students, and top media executives creates an explosion of unlimited possibilities, making One Day Immersion a must attend event for the media, entertainment, and technology industry.

Mark Your Calendars for 2018
Atlanta

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

New York

Friday, November 2, 2018

“One Day Immersion is an important signal to students and employers that we are serious about preparing students for the media business and beyond.”
neil braun
– Neil Braun
Dean, Lubin School of Business, Pace University
Former President, NBC Television Network
Former CEO of Viacom Entertainment

Rahsaan Harris
Rahsaan Harris
President and CEO
Emma L. Bowen Foundation

Session - The Broad Range of Media Careers in Content, Business and Technology
Dr. Rahsaan Harris is the President and CEO of the Emma Bowen Foundation (EBF). Founded in 1989, EBF connects promising students of color to internships, advocates for best practices in hiring, retention, and advancement in the media & technology industries. During its history, EBF has provided paid internships for almost 800 students of color. Over 74% of alumni pursue careers in the media & technology fields in roles ranging from account executives, engineers, on-air reporters, and include Emmy and Peabody award winners. Corporate partners include CBS, Comcast NBCUniversal, HBO, Hearst Television, Inc., and FleishmanHillard among others.

Dr. Harris has more than 15 years of direct experience working in philanthropy and nonprofits. He received his doctorate in Public and Urban Policy from the New School, where his dissertation was on understanding how socio-economic diversity in the African-American community affects their philanthropic interests. He also holds master’s degrees in Management and High School Science Education from New York University and Columbia, respectively, and a Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University.