Career Center Launch

Published on Oct 25, 2016

Celebrate the grand opening of the Career Center at the Career Center Launch with special guest Marcos "Kosine" Palacios ‘06, co-founder of Da Internz and Columbia's Alumni Artist-in-Residence on Thursday, October 27 from 1-3:30pm in Stage Two, 618 S. Michigan Ave., Second Floor.  

Hear music mixed by Miss DJ Meg (Megan Le Vine ‘12), take complimentary headshots by Phil Dembinski ‘08, enter our raffle for Columbia swag, and enjoy light refreshments. Career Center staff will also answer questions about internships, job searching, student employment, portfolios, resumes, Handshake, career development and more. 

Our main event features Marcos, keynote speaker and Columba’s first Alumni Artist in Residence. Through his work with Da Internz, Marcos has become an entertainment influencer, producing music for Nicki Minaj, Big Sean, Ludacris, Nas and Justin Bieber. He will share his professional experiences and successes and provide you with guidance as you begin your own career path.

Also at this event, you’ll have a chance to network with a number of remarkable Columbia alumni who will share insight on their own internships and who are now making their marks in various arts and media industries.  

The day will focus on the importance of getting internships and taking advantage of other experiential learning opportunities. You won’t want to miss it.

Pre-Launch Fest
Stage Two Lobby
Check-in, headshots, Ask Me Tables, refreshments, raffle 

Main Event Kick-off with Marcos Palacios of Da Internz
Stage Two
Q&A with Marcos, networking with alumni

Reserve your spot through Handshake before it sells out.

Not on Handshake? Activate your account in 2 easy steps:

  1. Go to and click-on “Login to Handshake”
  2. Sign in with your OASIS ID and password.

From there you can find this event and RSVP, in addition to creating your own professional profile, applying to jobs and internships, booking appointments with Career Center staff, and registering for future events.  

Learn more about the Portfolio Center's change to the Career Center.