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Congratulations, you’ve made it to New York! …now what? If you’re feeling lost in the big city, FindSpark is about to make it a whole lot smaller. We’re partnering with AOL to host a FREE networking party for interns and recent grads who are spending their summers in the greatest city on earth. Mix and mingle with interns from companies all over the city at AOL HQ!
This is an incredible opportunity to meet fellow young creatives, visit the AOL HQ, and gain career inspiration. Enjoy food, giveaways, and a photo booth!
Hashtag Your Way to Awesome Prizes:
Use the hashtags #FindSpark and #FindSparkAOLBash on Twitter and Instagram throughout the event for a chance to win some amazing prizes, including…
Kate Palmer is The Huffington Post’s Managing Editor. From 2012-2014, she was National Editor, managing teams of editors and reporters and contributing to site-wide editorial strategy. Prior to joining HuffPost, she was managing editor of The Onion, where she ran editorial operations for the satirical site and paper. In October 2012, Little, Brown published her team’s parody encyclopedia, The Onion Book of Known Knowledge. Prior to that, she was deputy managing editor at Foreign Policy Magazine in Washington, which won several National Magazine Awards and Folio Awards during her tenure. Her writing and commentary has appeared in BusinessWeek, NPR, CBS, among other outlets.
Throughout her college career and internships, Emily found herself mentoring internship hopefuls on how to connect with companies looking for talent. As more requests flooded in, she realized that the lack of information and confidence were widespread. Wanting to bridge that gap, Emily founded FindSpark. FindSpark is a community dedicated to setting up every young creative for career success through education, events, and networking. Since forming in December 2010, FindSpark has become the largest Meetup group for interns and recent grads in the country, producing a highly curated job board and the FindSpark Membership Program. Passionate about the power of relationships and their positive effect on our careers and happiness, Emily can be found at events, conferences and schools, speaking about the power of using social media, networking, and community to reach your goals. She has presented at The International Young Leaders Assembly at The United Nations, SXSW Interactive, Internet Week, Social Media Week, and over a dozen colleges and universities, including Columbia University, New York University, and Pratt Institute. Miethner and FindSpark have been featured in The New York Times, U.S. News, Fast Company, and Mashable.
Who is FindSpark?
FindSpark (formerly NY Creative Interns) is a community dedicated to setting up every young creative for career success through education, events, and networking. FindSpark is the largest Meetup group for interns and recent grads in the country, offers a highly curated job board featuring the best internships and entry-level positions in New York City, and runs a membership program that provides priority career support and produces in-depth career resources.
Who is AOL?
Yes, AOL has been around for more than 25 years, and yes, we are a leading global web services company operating one of the largest Internet subscription access services in the United States…but that’s just a slice of what we do. At AOL, we’re in the business of making the Internet better. We’re a Brand Company, committed to continuously innovating, growing and investing in brands and experiences that inform, entertain and connect the world. The home of a world-class collection of premium brands including industry game-changers such as The Huffington Post, StyleList & TechCrunch, AOL creates original content, allowing over 250 million visitors around the world to access the best collection of journalists, artists and musicians on the web. Plus, we’re providing advertisers, agencies & publishers the very best that digital advertising has to offer. We’re not just embracing the newest online technologies, we’re creating them. Bottom line: We’re not your grandma’s AOL.