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About Nicole Samartino

Nickie is the founder of claywithme and a stop motion animator, video producer, and writer. Learn more about her work at nicolesamartino.com.

‘Tis the Season to Network: Use the Holidays to Your Advantage

The holidays are a great time to reconnect with those in your professional network. Here are a few tips on how to turn the season for giving into the season for networking.

How I Became an NBC Page – Part 2


When I received an email from one of the Page Program managers expressing interest in my application, I was ecstatic. I sort of felt like there was a very small light at the end of a long, dark tunnel. I graduated Hofstra University in 2009 and the economy was TERRIBLE

8 Ways to be the Worst Mentee Ever

According to every single human who has ever helped someone in need of career development, it is imperative that when working with a mentor who has offered to give you a needed boost, you be as big a jerk as possible.
Here are a few ways you can ensure that you’re maximizing

No Job Yet? Here’s What You Might Be Doing Wrong

So you graduated in May, and you haven’t landed your first out-of-college job yet. You’re not alone – according to the Economic Policy Institute, about 14.5% of recent college graduates are unemployed. But what have those few who’ve landed gigs right away been doing right?

Here are five ways to get

One of the Biggest Pieces of Advice from a Recruiter

We are always stressing why it's so important to customize your cover letter, and hope that the members of our community apply to opportunities with our advice in mind.

How I Became an NBC Page – Part One


According to Wikipedia, “An NBC page is a person usually in his or her early twenties working in various departments of the NBC television network during a one-year period as a training ground for careers in television broadcasting and entertainment.[1] In addition, pages work as tour guides and studio audience ushers at NBC Radio City Studios in New York City or NBC