Through a series of marketing technology-related challenges at Bentley University’s Center for Marketing Technology, students will be eliminated from the competition or advance to the next round until one student is named the Tech Apprentice.
In a competition hosted by Eric Leist…Who will be victorious?
Tech Apprentice Teams:
“Mexican Space Vikings”
There are a lot of ways to get an internship: through your career center, a cold resume submission, or even your uncle’s cousin’s friend’s neighbor’s son’s company…but if you want to intern at the best ad firm to work for in the country (according to Ad Age), you’ll have to earn your spot. Literally. That’s what 14 Bentley University students are doing this [...]
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Getting your first job in the real world is very exciting and something we all look forward to getting! This week, I interviewed Brittany James who just landed her first job with Hunter PR in NYC! She has been stoked about this for a while and has some really good tips for people transitioning from intern to their first job.
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We have all wanted to find those internships where we are actually allowed to use social media as part of our job description.
Let’s face it; most of us Gen-Y’ers need our daily intake of Facebook and Twitter before we even roll out of bed. But realistically, even though we may know how to use social media for personal use, it does not mean we necessarily know how to use it to establish and [...]