Posts tagged Jessica Kleiman

Student Intern Blogger Lizzie Mac: It’s Called “Communication Studies” for A Reason

Networking is often a dreaded process, regardless of whether you are a student entering the workforce or a well-established professional looking for a new opportunity to advance your career. However, in any Communication Studies profession, networking is one of the most important tools to have mastered. Unsure where to start or need to polish up what you already know? Here are some tips below to help get you connected! READ MORE »

Guest Alumni Blogger: Jessica Kleiman, VP of Public Relations at Hearst Magazines (’95)

In my role running PR at Hearst Magazines for the past 11 years, I’ve interviewed hundreds of job candidates and have witnessed behavior that has instantly affected a person’s chances of getting the job. Part of the reason I co-wrote the book Be Your Own Best Publicist: How to Use PR Techniques to Get Noticed, Hired and Rewarded at Work (Career Press, 2011) was to help people promote themselves in a positive way in the workplace, whether they’re trying to land that first job or move up in their careers. READ MORE »

Communication Studies Alumna to work with Mediabistro

Jessica Kleiman, a 1995 Communication Studies graduate, and current Vice President of Public Relations for Hearst Magazines, will be featured as a career expert for Mediabistro’s “Job Search Boot Camp.”

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Be Your Own Best Publicist: How to Use PR Techniques to Get Noticed, Hired, and Rewarded at Work

Communication Studies alumna Jessica Kleiman (A.B. ’95) has co-authored a book entitled, Be Your Own Publicist: How to Use PR Techniques to Get Noticed, Hired, and Rewarded at Work which is a career guide that shows people how to use PR skills to land a job, move up in their current one or, if in their own business, how to attract more clients and attention for their talents.

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