This is a busy week for me — surprisingly busy for December and you can join me at 3 different events. Two are focused on your career and one on blogging and New Media.
Here is the info and links for all of them.
Social Media and Your Career Panel
Panel: Social Media and Your Career – Registration now open! – Part of Social Media Week 2011
Registration is now open for this panel discussion, which is part of Social Media Week 2011 – taking place throughout the world! — Douglas
Wednesday, September 21 at 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Congregational Church of Northridge
Building the career you deserve means becoming both director and promoter of it–No one cares as much about your career as you do. This means taking the lead in ‘Telling people what you do and how you do it!” Social media provides the tools needed to develop the jobs and projects that make one’s career unique and fulfilling.This panel will give practical information about how to use social media to build the career you desire. We’ll talk not only about the “why” of social media, but also about “how” it can, and should, be used, so that you are in control of all aspects of your career.
Congregational Church of Northridge, 9659 Balboa BoulevardNorthridge, 91325
I have just been asked to moderate at panel discussion at the TECHmunch Food Blogger Conference being held in Santa Monica, California on Friday, September 23, 2011.
TECHmunch is a series of conferences in cities across the U.S. designed to help food bloggers gain the hands-on digital media, marketing and business skills they need to make their blogs more personally and financially rewarding. Each conference features leading experts in a range of disciplines — from digital publishing and search engine optimization to public relations and online advertising. TECHmunch was created by BakeSpace.com Founder Babette Pepaj, who serves as its producer and host.
I will be moderating the session titled, “Tips on Creating and Distributing Mouthwatering Multimedia Content” with panel members Sara O’Donnell (@averagebetty), Producer and Host of AverageBetty.comDiane Cu (@whiteonrice), Photographer and Publisher of White on Rice Couple.comSandi McKenna (@McMedia), Host of Midlife Roadtrip.comJohn Trefry Video Producer, Docstoc.com (formerly Video Producer Mahalo.com creating videos for Recipe.com).
If you are a food blogger, or just thinking of becoming one, TECHmunch could be a great way to jumpstart your knowledge and connections. Join me on September 23, 2011!
Join us for CareerCampSFV this September. Get your free tickets here!
A full day of great discussions, speakers and career building information to “Help you Build the Career You Deserve!”
The Congregational Church of Northridge
9659 Balboa Boulevard
Northridge, CA 91325
Stay tuned to this blog for more information.
We look forward to seeing you at CareerCampSFV!