Generations of outstanding alumni have proven that success is the rule at AMDA, so you’re in great company. From the silver screen to the stage and beyond, the possibilities for your future are boundless. As a member of the AMDA alumni community, you are also eligible for a number of specific benefits that will help you as a professional performing artist.
Get More Exposure Through the Alumni Directory
By registering for a free AMDA Alumni Account and having your profile added to our alumni directory database, you will make yourself more visible to casting directors, agents and other industry professionals, giving them one more way to find you.
Attend Alumni Workshops
Through these intensive one-day workshops sponsored by current faculty, you can return to AMDA for performance instruction in additional specialty areas, increasing your versatility as a performer.
Access to Studio Space
Frequently, AMDA is able to provide provide practice space for alumni use. Effective January 1 2011, alumni may contact a Student Services or Education Department representative to inquire about details for reseving studio space.
Get Career Guidance When You Need It
As you begin to transform your unique talents into a rewarding career as an AMDA graduate, we'll be there for you every step of the way. On our website, you can find many career resource links to help you make the most of the artistic foundation you worked so hard to build at AMDA.
Young Adult Health Insurance Benefits
Previously, graduation day was the day when millions of young adults lost their health insurance, making them one of the most vulnerable groups of Americans in the health insurance market. The new health reform law allows most young adults to join or remain on their parents' health care plan until their 26th birthday. Click here to download the informational PDF or learn more at HealthCare.gov.
Alumni Career Resource Links
Find links to Unions, Casting Directors, and helpful Publications here.
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