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In Case You Missed It: Day In The Life at Time Inc.

Did you miss a day in the life at Time Inc?  Click on the image below for a recap!

 Follow us on Twitter @NYUWassEmployer for tweets on a day-in-the-life of employees at different organizations. A professional will take over our account for the day and give you live updates about the projects they work on, meetings they attend, and the culture of their office.

In case you missed it: Day in the Life Lippincott

Want to know what it would be like to work as a Brand Strategy Analyst? Catch up with Ben’s day at Lippincott

Seem like something you may be interested in? Come to Lippincott’s information session on Monday, September 10th at the Wasserman to learn more and to network! Make sure to RSVP ASAP!

Follow us @NYUWassEmployer for more Day in the Life tweets! And, follow us @NYUWasserman for more career related information!

 

Guest Blog: AXA Equitable

AXA Equitable / Redefining Standards

Andrew McMahon, President- AXA Equitable

One of the most exciting things about working at AXA Equitable is the number of opportunities there are within the company – it is absolutely a company where you can build a career. I, myself, joined AXA Equitable eight years ago, and in that time have had multiple roles.  The ability to grow and shape my career, along with a strong commitment to the purpose of the Life Insurance industry, is part of what has kept me at AXA Equitable.  Follow NYU Wasserman center’s Twitter feed, @NYUWassEmployer, on March 1st as Nicole Pesce gives a first-hand look at what it means to work at AXA Equitable and what it means to work for a company committed to building talent from within.

I joined AXA Equitable in 2005 to launch our Strategic Initiatives Group and later that year also took on the responsibilities of chief operating officer for AXA Advisors, an affiliate of AXA Equitable and our retail distribution arm (AXA Advisors, LLC, member SIPC).  Today, I am president of AXA Equitable and have responsibility for the company’s Financial Protection & Wealth Management business, including life insurance manufacturing, marketing, distribution and in-force management.   While my primary focus is on growing our US business, I also take advantage of working for a subsidiary of one of the world’s largest global insurers through my position on AXA Group’s Global Life and Savings board, which allows me to work with colleagues around the globe.  I am proud to say that I am not the only example of talent built from within AXA Equitable.  At AXA Equitable, we realize that our most valuable asset is our people and we are committed to making sure that we provide an environment where top talent can truly build a career.

Nicole is another example of talent built from within. Her career at AXA Equitable began in August 2007 when she joined the At Retirement® team, a division of the firm that concentrates on understanding and meeting the retirement needs of the Baby Boomer generation.  Since then, Nicole has focused on leading two main initiatives as part of AXA Advisors.  Through the Education & Advice Program of AXA Private Markets, a division of AXA Advisors, Nicole is part of a team that partners with corporate clients to deliver educational workshops to employees and offer them the opportunity to meet with financial professionals.  Nicole has also launched the first social media program aimed at helping AXA Advisors financial professionals use LinkedIn and Facebook to stay in touch with their clients and online communities. Nicole graduated from Rutgers University in 2003 with a BA in History/French. In 2009, she completed the Global Professional’s MBA with concentrations in Finance and Accounting from Fordham University.

AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company NY, NY (AXA Equitable) is a member of the global AXA Group and is a premier provider of life insurance, annuities and related financial services.  Our commitment to our employees has been recognized and awarded by prestigious organizations such as the Human Rights Campaign, Working Mother magazine, Women President’s Educational Organization, and Equal Opportunity Magazine.  In 2012, each of these organizations recognized AXA Equitable as a Top 50 or Top 25 employer in their respective field.  Please visit axa-equitable.com or follow us on Facebook for more information on our Company and our commitment to our employees. Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.

Social Media Week: Recap

We hope you all enjoyed Social Media Week and learned some useful information for promoting your social identity online.

Here are some highlights from this week:

@laurenhilary “Social Media changed my life, how we interact, and we develop our presence on and offline” #NYU #SMW13

“93% of recruiters use LinkedIn to discover talent. #SMW13 @NYUWasserman

“”Think of yourself as a brand” – engage and interact with colleagues and network ties to optimize your professional presence. @Qnary #SMW13

@jeremarketer A Day In The Life: “You must consider impact of messaging, you work-life priorities, and real-time content” #NYU #SMW13

Check out more tweets from this week by clicking the image below!

Even though Social Media Week has come to a close, you can still follow us on all of our social media platforms for more social media fun: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Tumblr.

Tweet #iamlimitless with your favorite social media tip and you could be entered in to win a prize!

Social Media Week Highlight: Twitter

Twitter has over 500 million registered users and More than 50% of active Twitter users follow companies, brands, or products on social networks. 57% of all companies that use social media for business use Twitter.
Twitter is a vital and innovative tool for your career search! Some things to remember when using twitter for your search:
  1. Keep your profile picture and background appropriate and professional. Some people create two different twitter accounts one professional and one personal. Make sure your professional account promotes careers interests. Share articles and links from leaders and employers in your field, retweet company posts, and use industry-related hashtags. Whether you’re interested in graphic design, Medieval art history, or financial risk management, you’re sure to find someone who can share information with you!
  2. Pay it forward! As much as Twitter can be a resource for you, remember that it is first and foremost an information exchange community. Remember to tag handles and hashtags from previous tweets – think of this as Twitter citations. By tagging companies and professionals, you are engaging and interacting in material that improves their brand – and yours.
  3. Save your searches. Twitter allows you to save specific hashtag searches into lists. Keep track of changes in areas of interest by checking in on these hashtags. You can also view your Twitter feed through the list feature and look at all relevant posts, allowing you to seek more information based on your career interests.
  4. Follow companies and employers. More and more organizations are featuring jobs through a click or a tweet. An organization’s Twitter feed is a great way to learn about company culture, organization changes, a company’s contributions to latest trends, and daily updates.
  5. If you reference other social media profiles in your feed, make sure they are updated. Twitter’s “quick-click” approach makes accessing information incredibly efficient and easy. Make sure your LinkedIn, Facebook, and other platforms are up to date.

 

**If you need assistance in updating your social media profiles and platforms, drop by the Wasserman Center tomorrow from 11:30 to 1pm for PROFILES + PLATFORMS WALK-IN HOURS to meet with counselor to go over your social media presence!
Also, don’t forget to follow our own twitter handles @NYUWasserman, for the most up to date career related information, and @NYUWassEmployer, our employer twitter handle!

Telling Your Global Story: Learn how to highlight your global experiences to prospective employers

Join us at the Wasserman on November 15th at 12:00 PM for “Telling Your Global Story”.

Study away programs provide students with the incredible opportunity to add an entirely new perspective to both academic and career goals. This event will unveil the strengths of studying away for your career, and how prospective employers view these experiences.

Be sure to follow @NYUWasserman and @NYUWassEmployer on Twitter for real-time updates, advice, and interesting facts during the event. Whether you are in attendance, or at home, it’s a “must see” and “must read” event for anyone with a study away experience under his or her belt, or on the horizon.

Meet other students with study away experience, ask questions to the Wasserman staff, and learn more about how NYU students are making the most of their semesters across the globe. As NYU continues to define itself as a Global Network University, studying away is at the heart of this amazing global community.

Stop on by and ask some questions. It’s lined up to be a great event! And remember to follow @NYUWasserman and @NYUWassEmployer  from 12-1pm on Thursday for Tweets from the event.”

In case you missed it: Day in the Life Atlantic Records

Thursday Blake tweeted about his day as a Digital Marketing Coordinator at Atlantic Records. If you missed it, catch up with Blake’s day by clicking the logo below.

For more “Day in the Life” tweets, follow us @NYUWassEmployer! For more career advice and information, follow us @NYUWasserman!

In case you missed it: A Day in the Life Nielsen

Did you miss Eric’s guest tweets? Get a recap of Eric’s day in Brand & Innovation Strategy at Nielsen by clicking the logo below!

Don’t forget to follow us @NYUWassEmployer for the most recent tweets! And follow us @NYUWasserman for some great career insight!

#iamlimitless

#iamlimitless

Since it is an election year, the NYU Wasserman Center, the Wasserman Center @ SCPS, and the Wasserman Center at NYU-Poly are hitting the campaign trail with an #iamlimitless campaign to help showcase all of the amazing internships, service opportunities, and work experience across the globe that our students and alumni are pursuing. Your story is important to us, and we want you to share it through the #iamlimitless campaign!

Tell us why you are limitless and how the Wasserman Center helped you get on the right track with your career. BE CREATIVE – Feel free to include a photo, video, or anything else that tells your #iamlimitless story.

  • Tweet your career success story to @NYUWasserman with #iamlimitless
  • Post your #iamlimitless story to NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development on Facebook

All campaign participants be entered into a raffle to win one of several #iamlimitless give-a-ways, along with gift certificates, vouchers, and prizes from Employer Partners of the Wasserman Center!

Don’t forget to flaunt an #iamlimitless button or rock an #iamlimitless temporary tattoo during Welcome Week 2012! The Wasserman team will be handing out #iamlimitless swag TODAY, August 28th from 11am-4pm in the NYU Kimmel Center lobby.

For more information, please click here.

Tell us your career- related story and win PRIZES! Learn all about #iamlimitless

#iamlimitless

What is the NYU Wasserman Center #iamlimitless campaign? It is the mission of all NYU’s career offices to provide limitless career opportunities to our students.

For those of you new to the NYU community or the NYU Wasserman Center, you can get involved in the #iamlimitless campaign pronto by getting your WASSER on! All you have to do is make your way through this WASSER checklist during Welcome Week 2012:

  • Wasserman Center check-in on Facebook
  • Activate your NYU CareerNet Account
  • Sign up for the “Wasserman Center Orientation”
  • Schedule a one-on-one counseling appointment OR attend a “Resumes & Cover Letters that Work” Seminar
  • Engage with @NYUWasserman & #iamlimitless on Twitter
  • Redeem your #iamlimitless swag!

All campaign participants be entered into a raffle to win one of several #iamlimitless give-a-ways, along with gift certificates, vouchers, and prizes from Employer Partners of the Wasserman Center!

Don’t forget to flaunt an #iamlimitless button or rock an #iamlimitless temporary tattoo during Welcome Week 2012! The Wasserman team will be handing out #iamlimitless swag on Tuesday, August 28th from 11am-4pm in the NYU Kimmel Center lobby.

For more information, please click here.