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School of The Arts Career Day

Do more than is asked of you, find a way to stand out from the crowd & stay connected.

Those were just a few of the wise words Arts & Crafts Productions,  co-founder and McMaster alumni, Jeffrey Remedios offered to McMaster students during his conversation with CFMU’s James Tennant. Remedios visit was a component of McMaster’s School at the Arts Career Day, which also included an alumni panel with special guests Michael Keire, Owner, Threshold Recording Studio; Diana Weir, Community Partnerships Manager, Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra; and Stephanie Vegh, Executive Director, Hamilton Arts Council.

Interested in the other wise words Remedios offered today? Stay tuned, as CFMU will be broadcasting the conversation between Tenant and Remedios at a later date!

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