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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on March 20, 2012. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on March 20, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Earned Media Intern||Milwaukee, WI|
|Paid Media Intern||Chicago, IL|
|Social Media – Account Supervisor||Chicago, IL|
|Account Coordinator – Chicago||Chicago, IL|
|Financial Analyst||New York, NY|
|Social Media Community Manager||Chicago, IL|
|V.P./ Account Supervisor- Client Services||Chicago, IL|
|Media Supervisor||Chicago, IL|
|Media Coordinator||Chicago, IL|
|Media Planner||Chicago, IL|
One of the best ways to land a job is to show an employer what you’ve done. That’s hard when you don’t have any experience, and that’s why I recommend that every job seeker pick up some sort of project to put who they are into product form. Getting a job is a lot like landing an account for an agency, which is why HY Connect leads with their work. When you get on the Milwaukee, WI and Chicago, IL based company’s home page, you see the best of what they do best. While looking at an advertising campaign can tell you a lot, it doesn’t tell the whole story. HY Connect offers “integrated advertising, public relations and media solutions,” which means that their Services page includes a remarkably long list of things that they do well.
Although you get a good taste of HY Connect’s work on their home page, it’s important that you really dig in and get a feel for how they work and how they’re different from other agencies. You can start by looking at all of their work and continue by going through their case studies. You’ll see that they’ve worked with names like Yamaha, Peapod, Comcast, and The Museum of Science and Industry (my favorite Chicago museum). Once you really have a feel for HY Connect’s work, you’ll probably want to read up on their process. All of this information should help you better understand your value proposition to them. Once you have an idea of where you could fit in, then it’s time to check out HY Connect’s Jobs page. (I know it feels backwards, but it works. I promise.) HY Connect has some great job opportunities for new and recent grads including:
These look like awesome positions so look them over and figure out which ones make the most sense for you.
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What do you think of HY Connect’s work?