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ARHU Alumni Career Chat: Screenwriting

Career Series Spring 2021 Inset

ARHU Alumni Career Chat: Screenwriting

College of Arts and Humanities Friday, February 26, 2021 12:00 pm-1:00 pm

Are you interested in a future career in screenwriting? Don't miss this special conversation with ARHU alum, Josh Eiserike. Following a few basic introductions and questions, there will be a chance for student Q&A. 

Josh Eiserike (UMD '03) is a screenwriter living in Los Angeles who most recently wrote on LEGACIES (CW) and previously sold a television pilot to Pop TV and feature films to PiXL. Additional writing credits include WARIGAMI (CW Seed), G.I. JOE: RENEGADES (The HUB) and MAD Magazine. Coming from the indie comics world, Josh’s first comic book CLASS OF ‘99 won an Ignatz award (the Independent Spirit Award of comics) and his subsequent graphic novel ANYONE BUT VIRGINIA was distributed by Alterna Comics. Originally from Maryland, Josh is a Diamondback alum and worked as a newspaper reporter in the Washington, D.C. area, where he covered everything from Congress to the Warped Tour. 

Though this event features an ARHU alum, students of all majors are welcome to attend.

For additional information about this event:

Contact Kate Juhl, University Career Center & The President's Promise at kjuhl@umd.edu.

Add to Calendar 02/26/21 12:00 PM 02/26/21 1:00 PM America/New_York ARHU Alumni Career Chat: Screenwriting

Are you interested in a future career in screenwriting? Don't miss this special conversation with ARHU alum, Josh Eiserike. Following a few basic introductions and questions, there will be a chance for student Q&A. 

Josh Eiserike (UMD '03) is a screenwriter living in Los Angeles who most recently wrote on LEGACIES (CW) and previously sold a television pilot to Pop TV and feature films to PiXL. Additional writing credits include WARIGAMI (CW Seed), G.I. JOE: RENEGADES (The HUB) and MAD Magazine. Coming from the indie comics world, Josh’s first comic book CLASS OF ‘99 won an Ignatz award (the Independent Spirit Award of comics) and his subsequent graphic novel ANYONE BUT VIRGINIA was distributed by Alterna Comics. Originally from Maryland, Josh is a Diamondback alum and worked as a newspaper reporter in the Washington, D.C. area, where he covered everything from Congress to the Warped Tour. 

Though this event features an ARHU alum, students of all majors are welcome to attend.

For additional information about this event:

Contact Kate Juhl, University Career Center & The President's Promise at kjuhl@umd.edu.

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