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  • Workshop with Betsy Capes of Capes Coaching

    Monday, March 15, 2021 at 04:00 PM - PDT · $10.00 USD

    On March 15th at 4pm PST / 7pm EST, Harvardwood is thrilled to bring you a workshop with Betsy Capes of Capes Coaching, NYC's most reputable entertainment industry career coaching team! 

    Founded by Betsy and Jodie Capes in April 2004, Capes Coaching has earned its reputation as an industry leader by presenting a radically different way of approaching artistic careers, benefitting thousands of actors, artists, and creative professionals. Rather than provide you with stock answers or marketing pointers, the coaches at Capes know that there is no formula or “one right way” to achieve personal success.

    Betsy will cover how to create a plan of action to reach YOUR specific, personalized goals. Going against the industry trend of one-size-fits-all, quick-fix solutions, the Capes Coaching method stresses awareness before action and emphasizes long-term, sustainable careers in the arts.

    Capes Coaching's mission is to empower actors and artists by providing them with the knowledge, tools, and support they need to take control of their careers. 99% of the business is out of your control - but you can do amazing things if you focus on the 1% that is in your control.

    Attendees will learn about goal setting, strategic planning, mindset, networking, life/career balance and more!

    Betsy's Bio
    Betsy Capes (CPCC) is the founder and president of Capes Coaching, NYC’s most reputable entertainment industry career coaching team. Since the company's inception in 2004, Betsy and her team have helped over 3,500 artists and creative professionals cultivate and sustain fulfilling careers in the entertainment industry. Betsy received her coaching certification through the Coaching Training Institute, has a BFA from the University of Illinois, and has done postgraduate work in Drama Therapy at NYU. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and has spearheaded the creation of a variety of career-focused services for artists, namely the acclaimed Path Course curriculum, as well as the Artist Entrepreneurship Program at The New School for Drama. She has trained multiple coaches and instructors, and continues to personally teach and coach artists of all mediums.

    Register for this event at the link below. Harvardwood members, friends, and non-members are ALL welcome, but every attendee must register for themselves individually. So if you're inviting others to join you for this panel, please forward them the link to this page so they can sign themselves up. Thank you!


    Members, Register Here

    Purchase ticket   $5.00 Members & Friends

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  • Pacific Standard Time

    In celebration of Women's History Month, join Sibel Ergener Galindez (class of '89), Community Liaison at the new Zeiders American Dream Theater in Virginia Beach, VA for a discussion centered on analyzing the depiction of the female figure in pop culture through a 21st Century Lens. Listen to Sibel's podcast HERE and come ready to share your #ItHappenedOneNight moment. You will know what that is once you listen! This will be an interactive event. There is a question at the end of the podcast as well, and Sibel will have some prompts for us to find our own answer to that question. 


    ABOUT SIBEL ERGENER GALINDEZ

    Sibel Ergener Galindez lived and worked in Los Angeles as a professional actress & singer for 10 years, sharing the stage & screen with the likes of Doris Roberts, Mark Ruffalo, and Tony Shaloub, and developing her own cabaret. Her most notable role, Skates, a recurring character on the CBS TV drama JAG, led her to meet & marry a real life Navy JAG, who through his naval career brought her to Virginia Beach where she happily found The Z, her new creative home. Her work as an artist goes hand-in-hand with her work as community liaison, one informing the other, as she creates a bridge between The Z and the community through various programs to include: Creative Office Hours, The Word, Master Classes, and Community Events like #VBStrong and Race Let's Talk About It- through song in partnership with WHRO. She graduated cum laude from Harvard with a degree in English & American Literature.


    Register for this event at the link below. Harvardwood members, friends, and non-members are ALL welcome, but every attendee must register for themselves individually. So if you're inviting others to join you for this panel, please forward them the link to this page so they can sign themselves up. Thank you!

    Members, Register Here

    Purchase ticket   $5.00 Members & Friends

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    sure you're logged in. If you still have issues accessing the page, your membership 
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