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Hollywood CPR Gets an Inside Look at the Studio

Changing the Narrative  / Posted on January 23, 2019

At the end of 2018, nearly 60 Hollywood CPR students visited the Warner Bros. Studio Lot in Burbank to learn more about careers in film and television production at the Studio. During their visit, Hollywood CPR students toured our property department and the Mill, home to our scenic art, special effects, construction and metalworking departments. Students also met with set lighting technicians, producers, grips, special effects artists and other The Ellen DeGeneres Show production executives and crew to learn more about their pathways into the industry, the skills that helped them be successful and the traits of their most valued crew members.

We’re proud to support nonprofit organizations like Hollywood CPR in their mission to provide job training, access and opportunity to individuals that have not traditionally had pathways into the industry.

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  • Robert Greenfield, Director of Property at Warner Bros., gives Hollywood CPR students a tour to of our prop house.
  • Robert Greenfield, Director of Property at Warner Bros., gives Hollywood CPR students a tour to of our prop house. Kelly Wilson, Director of Corporate Responsibility at Warner Bros., shares some of our backlot’s history with Hollywood CPR students.
  • Hollywood CPR students Meagan Marton and Vicky Ruelas on the set of The Ellen Degeneres Show. Hollywood CPR students Meagan Marton and Vicky Ruelas on the set of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.