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Lilly Perez ’09
Our EMAC graduates have careers across the spectrum in multimedia design. The interdisciplinary curriculum provides a strong background in communication, art, design, music, and technology that prepares them for creative positions in
- major animation studios
- video, music, and entertainment industries
- graphic design and website/mobile design companies
- advertising and marketing firms
Some graduates start their own companies and do independent consulting. The possibilities are endless!
Below is a list of some of our graduates. Click on their names to see what they're doing now and how EMAC helped them achieve their professional goals.
Lilly Perez ’09
Communication Specialist, NY/VT/NH Regional Health Care Company
I believe that the EMAC program really prepared me for my current role. The best thing about the program is the intensive, real-world based curriculum. The simple fact that many, if not most of our teachers, are also working professionals in each of their fields provides all students with the advantage of working at a higher caliber. The instructors really push each student to work their best, and then push to make each of us even better.
My interests evolved my senior year at RPI. I grew to like the production aspect of print work including art direction, layout, and copy editing. I am currently working in a communications-focused position with a NY/VT/NH regional health care company that is headquartered in the Capital Region of NY, specializing in internal communications.
- Strategize and create a multi-platform communications plan that increases the engagement of employees
- Create a communications plan, detailing how and how often the company communicates with employees
- Create an internal Twitter account and implement three editions of an internal weekly e-Newsletter