PRWeek's inaugural Virtual Career Fair takes place on Tuesday June 14 and will provide mid-level PR pros with excellent opportunities to take stock of their career and maximize their future in the industry.
The event contains a raft of excellent speaker sessions, covering topics such as factoring a spell working globally into your career plan, continuing your growth and development while continuing to work full time, and inspiring stories from ethnically diverse individuals who have made it in the PR industry.
Our top-notch speaker line-up includes luminaries such as MillerCoors' Julian Green, Nissan's Simon Sproule, Yahoo‘s May Petrie, and Dow Jones' marketing director Diane Thieke.
From the agency community, we will be joined by Ketchum's director of global HR Rachel Wallins, RL Public Relations CEO and founder Roxanna Lissa, and Louise Harris, president of global strategy at Ruder Finn.
The program is rounded out by Karen Bloom, CEO of recruitment firm Bloom, Gross & Associates, and Tiphane Turpin, professor of communications at Georgetown University.
You would normally pay hundreds if not thousands of dollars to access the wisdom of such high-profile professionals – but they are all available for free from the comfort of your computer at the PRWeek Virtual Career Fair.
In addition to these excellent content sessions, visitors can also browse the wide range of exhibitor booths on the virtual conference floor, meet recruiters in online booths, search for industry jobs, or drop off your resume – all in a completely anonymous environment.
Sign up to the fair for free and you will be able to learn about companies including Burson-Marsteller, Edelman, Euro RSCG PR, Hill & Knowlton, Ketchum, Mitchell Communications, MSLGroup, Peppercom, and Waggener-Edstrom.
Visitors can interact with their booths to search for relevant positions and other opportunities within their current company, interact live with company HR representatives, and attend live presentations.
Myself and PRWeek's managing editor Gideon Fidelzeid look forward to welcoming you to the fair on June 14. See you there!