Join us for FindSpark’s first free, virtual event, “Engage Students & Save Time: Social Media Tips for Higher Ed Pros,” exclusively for higher-ed professionals.
Topics will include:
Emily Miethner, CEO & Founder of FindSpark + MCG Social
Passionate about the power of relationships and their positive effect on our careers and happiness, Emily can be found at events, conferences and schools as a guest and adjunct professor, speaking about using social media and networking to reach your goals.
As CEO & Founder of FindSpark (formerly NY Creative Interns), Emily has produced 125+ educational events for 11,000+ people — inspiring career optimism in young creatives around the world and empowering them with actionable, life-changing tips and tools.
FindSpark produces a highly curated job board featuring the best creative internships and entry-level positions in New York City and the FindSpark Membership Program provides the community with even more resources — including premium guides, our FindMentorship program, and products perks. Events include speakers from top companies including The New York Times, Google, The Guggenheim, LinkedIn, MTV, Spotify, L’Oreal, Warby Parker, Facebook, Twitter, Tribeca Film Festival, BET, Nickelodeon, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Emily is also the founder of MCG Social, FindSpark’s sister agency, providing community management, social media, event, and recruitment strategy for businesses and brands. Clients include Elizabeth Arden, Trojan, NBCUniversal, IFC, and FirstMark Capital.
Emily has presented about careers, social media, and networking at The International Youth Leaders Assembly at The United Nations, SXSW Interactive, Lean In NYC, Internet Week, Mediabistro’s Social Media Bootcamp, Time Inc, Columbia University, Princeton University, and New York University, among others, been featured in The New York Times, U.S. News, and Fast Company, and written for Mashable.
As an Adjunct Professor at School of Visual Arts and LIM College, Emily teaches career and networking skills to students ranging from freshmen to seniors.