Launches Free Workshop to Prepare Minority Students for Creative Careers

Released on: September 2, 2015, 3:54 am (EDT)
Industry: Media

New York, NY, September 2, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ --, the Cross-Cultural Career Hub, will launch a new workshop in late September that promises to give minority students the training, resources and connections to break into the Media industry.

As many media companies seek to increase diversity amongst their workforce, has answered the need by creating an innovative new workshop that will help more minorities land influential careers within Media companies. Titled “C2C: College to Career, The Breaking In Series” the curriculum includes instruction videos, one-on-one access to career coaches and connections with top recruiters.

The 10 month program covers 10 topics. Each topic will be covered for 30 days. Planned topics include:
 Career Planning,
 Personal Branding,
 Volunteerism,
 Interviewing,
 Adapting to a Company’s Culture and more.

To join, students simply need to email their resume to along with a list of the top 10 companies they’d love to work for.

About is a multicultural professional career development and recruitment digital hub. It is a tool for advertising, media and marketing industry professionals to gain access to though leaders, solutions to career challenges at all stages and connections to industry events and opportunities. was founded by Chief Thriver [Founder & CEO] Carol Watson.

Watson is the Founder/President of Tangerine Watson, INC., the largest cross-cultural talent consultancy on the east coast serving the advertising, marketing and media industries. She is a board member of AWNY (Advertising Women of NY) and Women at NBCU. She has been featured in the NY Times, Crain’s, Ad Age and Black Enterprise.

For more information about please visit:

Contact-Details: Dianna Rollins
Kimchi & Fried Chicken LLC
183 W. 49th St
Bayonne, NJ 07002

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