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Young Pro Bootcamp: Interviews, Networking, Online Presence, & More
September 28, 2015 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
About this Event
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A free, live virtual event focused on how to make the most of your interviews, networking skills, online presence, and more to get ahead in your career. Plus, a live Q&A with our Founder and CEO, Emily Miethner.
Ambitious and hard-working? Check. Have a dream company/job in mind? Check. As for getting where you want to be, you’re having a hard time. It’s okay, that happens to the best of us but we can help you.
At this virtual event, we’ll cover everything you need to know to strengthen your interviewing skills, build your personal brand, and establish a powerful network. You’ll learn how to effectively answer questions that an interviewer might ask, how to take advantage of your online presence, and how to form connections that will benefit you throughout your career.
This 45 minute workshop will be held by none other than our amazing Founder + CEO, Emily Miethner. By the end of this workshop you will feel equipped and prepared with all the tools you need to take your career to the next level!
Workshop will be about 45 minutes for presentation, with a 15 minute Q&A.
“FindSpark events just keep getting better and better. I recommend FindSpark to all my friends who are job searching, transitioning to a different career track, or simply looking for ways to meet intelligent young people. Even if you’re not looking, FindSpark events are a great way to keep those networking skills sharp!”
“FindSpark brings together top talent with career professionals who ACTUALLY care about assisting young professionals in the workplace. After working with FindSpark, individuals feel motivated and ready to take on the scary world of the job market.”
“Looking for an internship in New York while being in Florida could be seen as a daunting task with so much distance, but FindSpark has made it so easy. Connecting with companies and other interns alike has been made easily accessible to people, even when not in the same state, through their virtual workshops as well as Twitter chats.”