How to Find Your Career in the Age of the App (VIDEO)

On November 10th, 2012 NY Creative Interns hosted their 2nd Annual Find & Follow Your Passion Conference, featuring creative professionals from companies such as NY Mag, kbs+, Behance, Twitter, and Marvel Comics. Hundreds of young creatives fled to Pratt Institute to listen in on talks about how to use online tools to make connections, balancing side projects, and the art of negotiation. Missed the conference? You’re in luck. We will be releasing the videos from the keynote speakers and the panel sessions over the next few weeks.


Photo Courtesy of Yael Malka

Up  next in this video series is the closing keynote presentation from the Find & Follow Your Passion Conference. Jenny Blake ( is an author, blogger and life coach. She helps others “Wake up, live big! and love the journey.” She has been featured on, US News & World Report, and was recognized by Suze Orman as a leader among Gen Y.  Jenny recently took her own great leap moving to New York City and pursue her passions full-time. Prior to that Jenny spent over five years at Google in training, coaching, career development and Authors@Google.

For her closing keynote, Jenny talks about her experience leaving her job at Google and pursuing her passions, delving into how to follow your gut and find your dream career.  An inspiring end to the conference, Jenny’s talk is a great watch:

Keep an eye out for information on the next installment of Find & Follow Your Passion, happening on April 10th, 2013, as well as other upcoming events hosted by NY Creative Interns.

Are you pursuing your dream career? Make sure to share with us in the comments.

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