1. Strategic Communications Workshop: Strategies for Brilliant Cover Letters (2014)


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    This seminar offers reasons why standing out in a crowded labor market is more necessary than ever. Attendees will gain insights on the roles and goals of a good cover letter and how to use audience insight to showcase themselves to greatest effect. Through analysis of cover letters that worked, they will come to a fresh understanding of pitching strategy and learn to distinguish elegant flourishes from cheap gimmicks. The workshop will demonstrate the core principles of persuasive writing to help applicants attune themselves successfully to a range of readers and provide them with a framework for taking calculated risks in their professional prose as they seek employment.

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    • All About Books: Panel on Writing, Multimedia and Publishing


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      All About Books: Panel on Writing, Multimedia and Publishing Moderated by Sylvain Solloway Featuring (from left to right on stage) Molly Reese Lerner, Allen Salkin, Saïd Sayrafiezadeh, and Julie Trelstad Monday, April 7, 2014 NYU Arthur L Carter Journalism Institute

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      • University of Dayton "Cracking the Hidden Job Market" presented by Don Asher


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        Tuesday, October 18, 2011 - University of Dayton Campus Compliments of the University of Dayton Alumni Association and Career Services, America's job search guru, Don Asher presents "Cracking the Hidden Job Market". To get involved with your local alumni chapter and receive information on future virtual events, visit udayton.edu/​alumni. To get connected with fellow Flyers on UD's Hire-A-Flyer on LinkedIN or learn more about Career Services available to UD alumni, visit careers.udayton.edu.

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        • How to Land a Job in Journalism


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          Presented by: Career Services NYU Arthur L Carter Journalism Institute Studio 20 ONA, Online News Association Panelists: Josh Dawsey, Reporter, Wall Street Journal Tracy Clayton, Staff Writer, BuzzFeed Megan Hess, Assistant Editor, Mashable Elizabeth Plank, Senior Editor, Mic Zach Seward, Production Director and Senior Editor, Quartz Wednesday, October 8, 2014 NYU Arthur L Carter Journalism Institute

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          • Career Services Webinar: It’s Not Just An Internship


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            Originally aired on Tuesday, November 18, at 7:00 p.m., EST The audio quality on this encore presentation is less than perfect, however many parents and families have indicated a desire to hear and view the content. Employers comparing graduating seniors as job candidates expect students to have experience outside of the classroom. It's never too early for your student to start searching for internships, and Career Services has an array of resources to help Hokies position themselves for success. More information about Career Services internship programs is available at www.career.vt.edu/Experience.html. This webinar is brought to you by Virginia Tech Career Services and New Student and Family Programs.

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            • Switching It Up


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              This presentation is geared toward alumni and students that are preparing to change careers or are starting a job search.

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              • Employer Panel


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                Business leaders from various industries within Pitt County inform students and alumni about being competitive in a global market.

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