September 13, 2019
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COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
AICP National Board Elections and Membership Meetings in New York and Los Angeles
The AICP is Fully Committed to a More Sustainable Future
2019 CDDP Program Fellows Debut Spec Spots at Gala Showcase in Los Angeles
SPONSORED CONTENT
Truths About Shooting Overseas
AICP AWARDS TOUR
Join Us as the AICP Awards Visit San Francisco, Minneapolis, Dallas, Chicago and Atlanta!
GUEST PERSPECTIVE
You Can Do More Than Say "Thank You For Your Service" to a Veteran. You Can Put Veterans to Work on Your Next Shoot
SPONSORED CONTENT
New Research from Catch&Release: "Sourced" Content is the Creative Medium of the Future!
SPONSORED CONTENT
SAG-AFTRA Will Host Commercial Contract Events in New York and Los Angeles
EMPLOYMENT ISSUES
Cal/OSHA Emergency Regulation to Protect Outdoor Workers from Wildfire Smoke in Effect
SPONSORED CONTENT
AICP Members Save 25% Off Admission to 2019 New York Film Conference!
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
The Final AICP Production Training Seminar of 2019 Will Be Held Next Weekend in New York
POST NOTES
Save the Dates: Camp Kuleshov Celebrations Will Be Held Locally in October!
MEMBER SERVICES
AICP Membership Continues to Grow


HAPPENINGS
Visit the AICP Calendar on aicp.com for all upcoming dates and events...

September 17th, 2019 - Labor Roundtable in Los Angeles

September 18th, 2019 - AICP Next Awards in Dallas

September 19th, 2019 - Post Production Roundtable in Los Angeles

September 19th, 2019 - AICP Show in Atlanta

September 21st & 22nd, 2019 - AICP Production Training Seminar in New York

September 24th, 2019 - Business Affairs Roundtable in Los Angeles

September 26th, 2019 - AICP Show in Minneapolis

October 2nd, 2019 - Labor Roundtable in New York

October 7th, 2019 - AICP Next Awards in San Francisco

October 10th, 2019 - AICP/West Members Meeting

October 15th, 2019 - Labor Roundtable in Los Angeles

October 16th, 2019 - AICP East Members Meeting

 

GUEST PERSPECTIVE
You Can Do More Than Say "Thank You For Your Service" to a Veteran. You Can Put Veterans to Work on Your Next Shoot

The newly launched, not-for-profit organization Vets2Set makes it simple to find PAs throughout the United States using a zip code search. Veterans bring discipline, skill, and team spirit to any project, and employers gain the satisfaction of knowing they have provided an honest day’s work for someone who has sacrificed for others.

More than 300,000 veterans are unemployed. Tragically, 22 veterans commit suicide every day. With little effort on the employer’s part, a veteran can be helped in transition into civilian life.

The goal of Vets2Set is to make it easy to bring two veterans to every set. The organization operates a proprietary database providing contact details for available veterans and a list of their special skills and interests. Production companies hire and pay the veteran the same way they would any PA, without an impact on budget. Neither the veteran nor the production company pays to be enrolled in the database, which is supported solely by donations.

Sign up now at vets2set.org and join the growing list of production companies and other media organizations finding skilled employees who have earned an opportunity members of the AICP can provide them.

Created through the inspiration of David Cohen and Peter Friedman, who bring decades of experience in the production and advertising industries, Vets2Set is growing with the expertise in veteran employment affairs provided by retired Col. Maureen Weigl. The organization will celebrate its formal launch in New York City on November 6, hosted by Samsung USA.


Director Chris Riess with Air Force veteran Nelson Martinez working together on a USAA shoot

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