On December 4th I traveled to New York City for a video interview with Business Insider. They put me in front of a green screen and told me to give them my best LinkedIn tips. It was such an honor to visit Business Insider’s headquarters and get interviewed. I can’t wait to see the videos that come from the shoot.
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Tracy Davidson from NBC10 Philadelphia is committed to helping local displaced workers find jobs. I worked with her on “Jobs Week,” in which experts provided live online presentations to her audience. Following on the heels of Jobs Week, Tracy asked me to present at a LIVE studio event in front of an audience of job seekers.
On March 22, I presented my TOP 5 ACTION STEPS to leveraging Social Media and LinkedIn in the job search. The presentation took place in the NBC10 Studios located in Bala Cynwyd, in the same space where The 10! Show is taped. The room was packed, standing room only. In fact, this was the first presentation of the series in which NBC10 hired an ASL Interpreter because of demand.
Tracy Davidson and the ConsumerWatch team are helping people find jobs by featuring several local job openings on their newscasts and providing 30-minute webinars on NBC10.com each evening to help viewers hone their job-hunting skills.
I had worked with Tracy Davidson and her producer Alexis Leonard on a story about LinkedIn a few months back. When Alexis reached out and asked me to present for Jobs Week, I was thrilled! I am a huge fan of their work and I love how they are providing such amazing job information for people who need it!
Here’s a picture of me on set. This is right before the camera started to roll.