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Career Day Is Wednesday at NAB

Sessions include social networking and 'getting back in the job search game'

The NAB Education Foundation says it typically gets about 1,500 attendees at its annual Career Day at the NAB Show. The organization will again present that event, working with the Broadcast Education Association and Radio-Television News Directors Association, on Wednesday April 22.

The Career Day includes résumé critiques and one-on-one coaching. Sessions will cover how to use social networks in your job search as well as “getting back in the job search game.”

Admission is free and open to anyone regardless of NAB registration.

NABEF President Marcellus Alexander said the goal is “to provide as many people as possible with the opportunity to network with broadcasting professionals and learn the tools necessary for career advancement.”

Companies committed to taking part include CBS News, Edge Communications, Hubbard Broadcasting Inc., LIN Television, McGraw-Hill Broadcasting, Oregon Association of Broadcasters, The Star Radio Group – WFLS/WWUZ/WWVB and Turner Broadcasting System/CNN.