Our Campus Program Manager Lindsey Bradsher offers her tips for our undergraduate audience this week. She shares her tips for following up after career fairs and how to stand out to those “dream” or “target list” of employers. Read more on our blog and tweet at us on Thursday 12/13 at 3PM EST using #VCTChat with your questions or additional advice for recent or soon-to-be grads about following up with recruiters they met at a career fair.
This week’s Featured Employee joined Vocus as an individual contributor on our sales team in Herndon, Virginia. He is also an alumnus of George Mason and we even featured him on the blog during campus recruiting season last year! Since then he has been promoted and manages the number one sales team in our Asia office. Chris works in Manila, but was raised in Washington, DC. Read more about him in our Featured Employee blog post this week.
We all experience it, but maybe you haven’t yet – the first real sales job after college. Maybe you move to a big city or another state. Do you ever wonder how those friends of yours are doing in their new role or what advice they have for you based on their new experience? Well, you can stop wondering, and just read this employee guest post written by Vocus Sales Executives Megan and Sam. In it they offer their insight and advice for professional development in the sales world. If you’ve been wondering what it’s like to start a job in sales and how to get off on the right foot, their tips can help you to know what to expect and how to determine what’s next for your career path.