NAB Career Day
Wednesday April 13
9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
The NAB Education Foundation in partnership with the Broadcast Education Association and Radio-Television Digital News Association will host its annual spring Career Day during the NAB Show.
Career Day provides an excellent opportunity for media companies to network with experienced professionals, college students and entry-level job seekers interested in a career in the broadcast industry. In addition to a variety of media recruiters, Career Day includes a series of informative sessions, one-on-one career coaching and a new segment, Dressing for Success, hosted by Laura Rubeli Image Consulting.
Whether you are looking to find your first job in broadcast, advance in your current job, or attain an internship you won't want to miss this opportunity to learn about the many positions available and find out how to apply. Admission is free for job seekers, but pre-registration is required. Click here to register and enter pass code CF11 when prompted.
Career Day is an initiative to increase diversity in broadcasting. Participating companies can receive Equal Employment Opportunity credit from the Federal Communications Commission. If you're a broadcast company with valuable positions to fill, you won't want to miss this opportunity to meet and interview qualified candidates. If your company would like to reserve a space at Career Day, please complete the recruiter registration form.
Past Recruiters Include
* CNN/Turner Broadcasting
* Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc.
* Bonneville International
* Harpo Studios
For more information on Career Day, please contact Rumana Sultana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Day Sessions
Personal Branding: Effectively Selling Yourself
Laurie Kahn, Media Staffing Network
9:45 – 10:45 a.m.
Recruiters are always looking for the best of the best, and with today's economy, they have an even larger pool of candidates to choose from. Learn how to sell yourself to recruiters by creating a "personal brand."
Reaching New Heights: Beginning Your Career in Broadcast
Bob Butler, NABJ
Steve Warren, MOR Media
11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Whether you are a recent college graduate or an experienced professional looking to transition into the world of broadcast media, this session will give you expert advice on getting your foot in the door in the radio and television business.
The "Social Network" of the Job Search: Using the Latest Social Media Tactics in Your Search
Edwin Duterte, The Viral Publicity
Peggy Duncun, Digital BreakThroughs
1 – 2 p.m.
More and more, recruiters are using social media to find and research potential candidates. Discover the latest social media trends and learn how to utilize them to enhance your job search.
Ahead of the Times: Where Future Broadcast Jobs Lie
2:15 – 3:15 p.m.
Looking to get ahead of the curve in broadcast media? Our panelists discuss the hottest new and upcoming jobs in the industry. Find out where the future of the industry lies and how to be a step ahead of it all.
Career Advising Center
9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
The Career Advising Center will provide job seekers with one-on-one career coaching on topics such as resume critiquing, networking effectively, and playing to your strengths. Our certified career coaches will be there throughout the day to give job seekers valuable advice to get ahead in the job search.
In partnership with
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NAB Career Day starts here!
Post your jobs or resumes today on www.broadcastcareerlink.com where hundreds of employers and job seekers are finding each other now. The NAB Education Foundation's new online career center is just one more way the career fair is meeting its initiative to increase diversity in broadcasting.
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