Emily is Founder and President of NY Creative Interns. Passionate about the power of social media and networking; Emily has spoken at numerous colleges, conferences, and events including SXSW Interactive, Social Media Week, Internet Week, The New School, and Columbia University.
As the Founder and President of NY Creative Interns, the largest Meetup for interns and recent grads in New York City, Emily has produced dozens of events for audiences ranging from 10 to 1,500 attendees and thrives on developing programs that engage audiences and leaves them feeling empowered and ready to pursue their dream careers.
Learn more about having Emily speak at your next event and personal Social Media Career Coaching. Follow her on twitter @EmilyMiethner and read her blog at EmilyMiethner.com.
The NY Creative Interns staff is very pleased to introduce one of our first-ever summer interns, Nicole Monge.
Nicole is a recent graduate of Elon University, though she’s originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, where her entire family still lives. She has two dogs at home that she’s obsessed with and
On April 6, 2013, hundreds of young attendees gained insights from dozens of established creatives and recruiters at our third installment of Find & Follow Your Passion, our full-day conference in partnership with Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts. Our goal was achieved, establishing connections that will result in
Conferences, networking events, and career fairs are great opportunities to get your work and credentials in front of potential employers and mentors. With lots of new technology available, we thought we'd share creative ideas for showing off your work.
At NY Creative Interns, we’re huge proponents of mentors. Below are the slides from our live virtual event, How to Build and Maintain a Network of Mentors. Did you miss the event? Be sure to sign up for our newsletter for the latest updates on events and opportunities.
Founder and President Emily Miethner answers this question..."One of the problems I'm encountering is that although I'd love to secure a job now most companies are looking for people to fill positions immediately and I don't graduate until May..."