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NABEF Launches Registration for Career Day 2012
Washington - Feb 2, 2012 - The NAB Education Foundation (NABEF), in partnership with the Broadcast Education Association (BEA), launched attendee and recruiter registration for the annual Career Day during the 2012 NAB Show. Located in the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino Pavilion on April 18, Career Day will provide experienced professionals, college students and entry-level job seekers with the opportunity to network and interview with media industry recruiters.
Career Day will feature sessions on personal brand management, effective networking and navigating the challenging employment market. Aspiring and entry-level professionals will have access to the popular one-on-one career coaching sessions that emphasize resume critiquing and image consulting. Pre-registration is available for attendees, and admission is free with the registration code CF12. Registrants and non-registrants of NAB Show may attend.
Professionals from a large variety of broadcast and media companies will be available to answer questions from anyone interested in job opportunities and internships. Past recruiters include Bonneville International, CNN/Turner Broadcasting, ESPN, Hubbard Broadcasting, PBS Las Vegas, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, The Star Radio and Univision Radio/KISF KRGT KLSQ.
Companies interested in registering as a recruiter for the event must complete the recruiter registration form. All registered recruiters will receive EEO credit for participating in Career Day. For additional information on purchasing booth space or participating as an attendee, visit the NAB Show website.
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