Hustle 101: Networking for College Students & Recent Grads (VIRTUAL EVENT)
Saturday, November 3, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM (EDT)
"Emily has tons of first hand experience when it comes to networking and making connections. This class provided some GREAT advice on all sorts of things from how to meet new people, find cool events or how to write an efficient email. The best part was Emily had many personal anecdotes throughout the class that she would share. I would definitely recommend this class to a recent graduate, it really gets you in the mindset you need to start reaching out and get stuff done!"
"Emily is a great teacher because she's genuine and passionate about what she's talking about."
"Class was really helpful in learning new ways to use social media to market yourself and stay on the radar of employers. Emily had a lot of creative ideas that I wouldn't have thought of myself, and she brought a great energy to the class. Never felt intimidated and the class would be a great step to building (or starting) your own network! Recommend!"
About this VIRTUAL Class
(IMPORTANT: Once you register here you will receive a link with information with how to register to access the class on Anymeeting.com.)
This class is designed for recent grads who are looking for help finding their place (and a job, perhaps?) in the big city. We'll cover ways to find the best events, how to reach out to people, balancing your job search with social activities, and the art of hustle. You'll leave class feeling confident and prepared to find and meet people who will help you in the next stage of your career. Plus, you'll have fun!
During class we will:
- Discuss how to stand out in the sea of recent grads
- Ways to create a great online presence
- Learn why going out is as important as emailing resumes
- and more!
About the Presenter: Emily Miethner, Founder / President, NY Creative Interns
Emily has spoken about the power of social media and networking at numerous colleges, conferences, and events including SXSW Interactive, Social Media Week, Internet Week, and The New School. After graduating in May 2010 Emily interned at Gawker.TV and Flavorpill, landing her first full time gig in July at Sterling Publishing as the Social Media Marketing Coordinator. A year later she moved on to take on a new role at RecordSetter.com as the Community Manager. She has met tons of incredibly inspiring people since her transition from college to the "real world" and aims to erase negativity from the phrase "it's all about who you know." After all, it is, but that isn't a bad thing. Life is about the people you meet and the things you create with them. Find her on Twitter and LinkedIn.