with Drew Kerr
President of public relations consultancy Four Corners Communications
An incredibly useful, eye-opening, and energetic career strategy workshop for undergraduate students utilizing real public relations, marketing and networking techniques.
With these new real world-tested communications skills and strategies -- using information as a weapon -- students can successfully stand out individually, meet the people who can help them find jobs, and launch happily and positively into the working world.
This is not a lecture but an interactive workshop with participation, geared for undergraduates at all levels.
About Drew Kerr
For nearly 30 years, Drew has been one of the foremost
public relations professionals in New York City.
As the founder and president of Four Corners Communications,
he advised some of the most influential brands in the country such as
Bloomberg Media, Hearst, Condé Nast, CBS Publishing,
Marc Eckō Unlimited, Billboard, AOL, Scholastic,
and many more.
He is honored to have worked closely with great innovators
such as Helen Gurley Brown and Felix Dennis.
Drew volunteers with Hudson River Park's Green Team,
Open House New York,
and LaGuardia Community College's Pushy Moms program.
Drew runs a Manhattan-based support group
for entrepreneurs of all ages and industries.
Creating "Finding Life After College"
Since founding Four Corners Communications in 1990,
Drew has received thousands of resumes and cover letters,
mentored and referred many college students and graduates, and observed
his clients' and colleagues' hiring practices.
Drew developed the Finding Life After College workshop
when he realized that the public relations tactics he practiced for years
made excellent career-starting and networking tools for college students.
Student and development professional reaction was so strong,
he knew he was on to something very productive and different.
The workshop's tenets are based on real life public relations strategies, continuously evolving, and always staying relevant.
Finding Life After College is not sponsored by any company,
nor is there any "product placement."
This is Drew's way of giving back, well into his long successful career.