Date: Wednesday, March 27
Time: 8:00pm EST – 9:00pm EST
Where: Around the world, LIVE on your computer. This is an online/virtual event
The first step to finding a great mentor is to do great work. Mentors invest their time in people who have potential. And we already know you have potential.
There’s still a lot of work that can be done to find mentors and maintain the relationship so it’s beneficial for both parties. How do you find the right mentors? What’s the best way to reach out? When is it appropriate to ask for advice and follow up?
We’ll answer all these questions and more, with specific tips on how to use events, like our Find & Follow Your Passion conference, as a great hunting group for stellar mentors.
(IMPORTANT: Once you register here you will receive a link with information with how to access the class on Anymeeting.com.)
Past Reviews from Classes by Emily Miethner, Founder, NY Creative Interns
“Emily is a great teacher because she’s genuine and passionate about what she’s talking about.”
“I made a couple new friends/contacts! I was surprised how effective a virtual event could be.”
“I love NY Creative Interns events because they teach professional principles while being light-hearted and casual. Everything is easier when you feel like you’re in a comfortable and welcoming environment.”
“Emily has tons of first hand experience when it comes to networking and making connections. This class provided some GREAT advice on all sorts of things from how to meet new people, find cool events or how to write an efficient email. The best part was Emily had many personal anecdotes throughout the class that she would share. I would definitely recommend this class to a recent graduate, it really gets you in the mindset you need to start reaching out and get stuff done!”
Event Leader: Emily Miethner: Founder, President, NY Creative Interns
Emily has spoken about the power of social media and networking at numerous colleges, conferences, and events including Columbia University, New York University, SXSW Interactive, and Social Media Week. After graduating in May 2010 Emily interned at Gawker.TV and Flavorpill, landing her first full time gig in July at Sterling Publishing as the Social Media Marketing Coordinator. A year later she moved on to take on a new role at RecordSetter.com as the Community Manager. Currently, Emily is focusing on building NY Creative Interns in addition to working as a Social Media Career Coach.
Emily has met tons of incredibly inspiring people since her transition from college to the “real world” and aims to erase negativity from the phrase “it’s all about who you know.” After all, it is, but that isn’t a bad thing. Life is about the people you meet and the things you create with them. Find her on Twitter and LinkedIn.