Contact the people above. Tell them you’re looking for a new career opportunity, and ask if they can refer you to other contacts as well. You never know who might know someone who knows someone who may hire you.
Look at your school, work, athlete or internship experiences. Make a list of everything you accomplished. Then identify the skills you have that made those achievements possible. Ask some others to give you feedback on what you come up with.
Speaking of the newspaper you can write an article on a variety of topics. You don’t have to have a lot a lot of experience to be a writer of a newspapers article either. Many employers look for job applicants who can provide writing samples.
Suggest a visit to the campus career center. University career center are valuable yet often untapped resource centers that exist for the purpose of helping your kid find a job. Many schools have websites and phone lines also available to help if your child doesn’t live nearby their alma mater.
Also, subscribe to some magazines like AD-Week or PR- Weekly if you thinking of these career choices. Many magazines offer subscriptions discounts for college students. There are many yahoo groups that are free to join on various topics that are good for networking. Most search engines offer them. Also, subscribe to free newsletters from Adweek, Mediaweek and Brandweek as examples of ways to keep track of trends in the advertising industry. Many websites and companies offer similar free email newsletters.
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Wear lighter clothing. You can remove the sweaters and boots. Make sure you have a nice white blouse or shirt to wear under your blazer or dress jacket.