OCTOBER 7, 2020 – Howard University alumna Dackeyia Q. Sterling has launched Entertainment Career Center: The Database, an online subscription database that helps entertainment industry professionals, emerging talent and college students find new career opportunities and sharpen existing skills in Fashion, Film/TV, Gaming, Music and Sports.
Sponsored by the Nickelodeon Writing Program, Entertainment Career Center offers up-to-date listings, inspiration, career information and much more. Users can access and browse 15 different categories ranging from career sites and internships to entertainment fellowships, grants, scholarships, staffing agencies, streaming services, training programs and more – with one simple tool.
“We have streamlined the entertainment career-search process,” said Sterling. “Our team is thrilled to deliver a scalable platform that serves and supports subscribers,” Sterling shared. “We know our users rely on technology and accuracy to stay connected, engage in learning, and tap into their creativity. Rather than sifting through endless lists of search engine results and pages, our customers can source the entire industry quickly with this easy-to-use database. We are excited as we partner with the educational, tech and entertainment sectors, especially at this important time.”
The world premier database is up and running, and industry professionals and college students can visit it now to learn more. Details are available at https://www.entertainmentcareercenter.com/.
About Entertainment Career Center: The Database
Entertainment Career Center is the all-in-one database of Fashion, Film/TV, Gaming, Music and Sports career opportunities.
About Dackeyia Q. Sterling
Dackeyia Q. Sterling is Founder of the Entertainment Power Players® Directory, Entertainment Career Center: The Database and Get Published…For Real! She is a #1 Amazon best-selling author and former Hollywood literary agent who launched her career as a production associate at National Public Radio (NPR) in Washington, D.C.