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Regional ACE Webinar: New Opportunities for Liberal Arts Graduates

Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017 | 2:00 - 3:00 PM EST | Presented by Midwest ACE

This webinar will highlight several clusters of new job opportunities for liberal-arts graduates, chiefly in tech-related sectors that need a humanist’s touch. Language majors can recast themselves as localization experts; anthropology majors are being welcomed as user-experience specialists, and so on. The presenter, George Anders, will summarize and extend the findings of his new book: “You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a ‘Useless’ Liberal Arts Degree."


George Anders, Author and a Senior Editor at Large at LinkedIn


George Anders is the author of “You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a Useless Liberal Arts Education.” Currently he is a senior editor on LinkedIn’s editorial team; earlier in his career he has worked as a writer, editor or bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fast Company and Bloomberg View. In 1997, he shared in the Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. His new book has been featured recently in The Atlantic, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.


Registration Fee: $59



Regional ACE Webinar: Embracing New Social Media

Monday, Dec. 4, 2017 | 2:00 - 3:00 PM EST | Presented by EACE

According to Snapchat, over 60% of American smartphone users ages 13-34 are Snapchatters. And it’s not just Snapchat - you know your students are all over social media, and it’s time to use these opportunities to make an impact and share your resources. Now you just need to really understand how to use apps like Snapchat and Instagram and get content inspiration. During this workshop, Emily Miethner, social media & millennial expert, adjunct professor, and CEO of, will go over social app features like how to shoot video, add Emojis and text, and get students to add you. In addition to learning how to create content on Snapchat and Instagram, we'll go over tools for Instagram stories and how you can use Snapchat geofilters to promote programs and engage students (which you can do without actually snapping). Our case study from our FindSpark Snapchat Geofilter graduation campaign, which received over 500,000 views, will cover design and promotion tactics to consider. You'll leave this session with content concepts you can immediately use on a career center account, a "takeover" of another campus account, or through stories and geofilters -- all of which will help you promote your programs and develop and strengthen relationships with students, alumni, and employers.


Emily Miethner CEO, Founder, FindSpark, MCG Social


Emily Miethner is passionate about empowering people to achieve their goals, which she does as the Founder and CEO of FindSpark, MCG Social, and as an adjunct professor. FindSpark has produced dozens of career, diversity, and recruitment programs for their 27,000+ members and top employers like L'Oreal, HBO, NBCUniversal, New York Times, EILEEN FISHER, Bustle, and BuzzFeed. MCG Social, FindSpark's sister agency, provides social media and community expertise with a focus on millennials. Miethner has been featured on Good Morning America and in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Glamour, among others.


Registration Fee: $59


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