UCSD Alumni Career Insider: Making it in the Entertainment Industry

UCSD Alumni Career Insider:
Thursday, February 21 | 4-5 p.m.
Price Center, Bear Room
RSVP to secure your spot: dssalumniassistant@ucsd.edu

Join UCSD Alumni to get an insider’s look at how to break into the entertainment industry by joining Visual Arts alumnus Jason Carbone, ’90, Executive Producer and Founder of Good Clean Fun, a reality television production company in Los Angeles. Jason will return to campus to talk about his path from UCSD student to television executive and entertainment leader.

Internship Opportunity!
At this gathering, Jason Carbone will talk about the opportunity to apply for a Summer 2013 internship at his production company Good Clean Fun. Up to five unpaid internships will be available for UCSD students who are resourceful and hungry to learn. Information and applications will be available at the event.

Jason Carbone, ‘90
CEO, Founder & Executive Producer, Good Clean Fun
Jason Carbone is the Founder of the Los Angeles based production company Good Clean Fun (GCF), known for its proven track record of bringing to television the compelling real life drama that keeps America tuned in. After successful runs at MTV (The Real World, Life of Ryan & Run’s House) Jason directed and Co-Executive Produced the first 8 seasons of the seminal ABC hits The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. Founding GCF in 2005, in a few short years Carbone has built one of industry’s top producers of reality series by inviting America into the lives of their favorite personalities all the while sharing the drama of their real lives. With a string of hits, Carbone and his Good Clean Fun shingle have earned a reputation as innovators who are at the forefront of the evolution of the reality landscape.


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