I'm working for a small TV studio as their Production Manager. Actually, I'm the only person that does the productions. We recently got bought out and it's up in the air if I'm staying. The market for video production is small here, but we have some remarkable production houses. Since this is my first job out of college, I'm packing all of 6 months professional experience. I know there is still a ton to learn and I'm eager. If I lose this job, would it be more beneficial to try to be mentored/intern or what? Obviously, if I find another production job, I'll take it. How did you learn, other than experimentation? I learn quicker under instruction, but I've learned a lot just experimenting.