EDISON, N.J., April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Career and Technical Education Partnership (CTEP) of New Jersey's Marketing Project (www.ctepmarketingtoolkit.org) will hold its free College and Career Readiness Seminar for students, teachers, and guidance counsellors, which was snowed out earlier in the year, on Wednesday, April 30 at Middlesex County College from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm.
Music and entertainment executive Jasmine Young-Trinidad, whose clients include Def Jam Records, Run-DMC, and the City of Charlotte, NC will be keynote speaker. The event includes opportunities for attendees to interact with marketing professionals in sports, software and social media, non-profit organizations, and branding. Five small-group breakout sessions will cover topics such as career readiness and job-seeking. There will also be a networking opportunity and a video contest. Full information is available at http://ctepmarketingtoolkit.org/newsevents/2013-2014-college-and-career-readiness-seminar/ or by contacting the CTEP Marketing Project at 732-906-2514.
"We've revamped our program to give the College and Career Readiness Seminar even more information on careers in marketing," said Til Dallavalle, Coordinator of the CTEP Marketing Project for New Jersey. "It's the ideal event for high school and college students, faculty, and guidance counsellors who want to explore career opportunities in marketing and business."
Hosted by CTEP's Marketing Career Cluster, the College and Career Readiness Seminar opens with the keynote address, followed by a Career Development Panel. Participants will then attend a networking session plus three of the five breakout sessions. Topics for the breakout sessions are:
- Music and Entertainment Marketing
- Building a student portfolio and managing social media accounts
- Business-to-business or consumer marketing, which one is right for me?
- Non-Profit Marketing and Community Service Volunteers
About CTEP and the Marketing Project
The Career and Technical Education Partnership (CTEP) partners with administrators, counselors, and teachers in New Jersey schools to create opportunities that enhance the quality of secondary and postsecondary CTE programs. The CTEP Marketing Project focuses on an area that promises to be a fertile source of jobs for the foreseeable future.
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For more information contact:
Til Dallavalle, Coordinator
CTEP Marketing Project
SOURCE Career and Technical Education Partnership