Career Planning 101: Gearing Up For Your Public Relations Journey

Is graduation starting to make you nervous about finding a job? Are you wondering about what employers are looking for in a new hire? If so, Career Planning 101: Gearing Up For Your Public Relations Journey with Timmian Massie is the perfect Marist PRSSA Regional Conference session for you! You won’t want to miss this crash course on the essentials needed for a successful future in public relations.

Massie’s interactive career-planning session will cover topics such as what employers look for in a new hire, the value of networking and how to use social media to find a job. He’ll also take questions from the audience. If you’re eager to take charge of your own career, then this session is for you.

Massie is the senior vice president of public affairs and government relations for HealthQuest. He began his career as a local radio news reporter and went on to hold positions such as assistant to the chairman of the Dutchess County Legislature, director of corporate communications at Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation and chief public affairs officer at Marist College. Massie is also an adjunct professor and one of our chapter’s professional advisers. In addition, he has served on more than 50 nonprofit boards in the Hudson Valley and New York City and is a nationally recognized leader in the use of social media.

Don’t miss Career Planning 101:  Gearing Up For Your Public Relations Journey

at the Marist PRSSA Regional Conference on February 28, 2015 from 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Be sure to follow @tcmassie on Twitter!

*Please note this post first appeared on Marist PRSSA’s old blog here

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