The Performing Arts Management Program has hundreds of alumni employed in the field of arts management. Most begin in middle management positions related to such specialties as fundraising, finance, marketing, and booking. As the years progress, an increasing number move into top management jobs, becoming general managers, executive directors, company presidents, and Broadway producers.
BC/MFA Mentorship Program
The BC/MFA Mentorship Program was established in 1997 to strengthen ties between current students and program alumni. More than 100 alumni mentors are now helping entering students establish contacts with the professional commercial and nonprofit performing arts communities in New York, Los Angeles, and London.
BC/MFA Mentors have also assisted the program director in establishing scholarship funds that provide annual awards to deserving students to help defray the cost of tuition. Currently, the Mentorship Program is being overseen by Neal Brilliant (’93). If you have questions about this project, or if you are a BC/MFA graduate who would like to get reconnected, e-mail him here.