Sunday, June 19, 2011

Social Media Panel Discussion in Christ University Bangalore


Social Media Panel Discussion, Christ University, Bangalore. Panel discussion & Special Screening of the Super Pix Of The Month

Resources and Case Studies on Social Media for Students
Summer Internship

Lucky 13 - http://www.lucky13internship.com/

New York Time Article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/25/business/media/25adco.html?_r=2&src=busln

DDB Brazil, part of the DDB Worldwide unit of the Omnicom Group, sponsored a contest for Brazilian students. The winner, Lucas Cabral Maciel of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, has been sent to nine countries in 99 days with a requirement to report continuously in social media like Twitter (@99NOVAS) on interesting cultural trends he finds along the way.  Read more on NYTimes: http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/business/companies/omnicom_group/index.html?inline=nyt-org

Safe Social Networking Tailored for K-12 Schools

http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2011/06/15/35mm-social.h30.html

Tweeting for a living in India: Students get paid for tweeting and Social Media:

http://www.hindustantimes.com/Tweeting-for-a-living/Article1-708792.aspx

Social Media for Rural India:
- http://www.stanford.edu/~neilp/pubs/sm4d-patel.pdf -

29 Students Raised $18,000 for Rural India via Social Media:
Recommendations from Mashable on people to follow while seeking out internships:
@heatherhuhman – Tweets helpful information to those seeking internships and entry level jobs.
@collegebloggers – Connects college students, faculty, and alumni bloggers, sharing relevant content.
@careerealism – Career experts tweet career advice in response to questions sent in by readers.
@sweetcareers – Great tips for college students and job seekers.
@findinternships – Informative resource for those looking for internships.
#college : The College Blog Network
#jobadvice : General job search advice
#printern : PR internship openings
#entryPR : Tips for PR grads


Gradefund: Get Paid for Good Grades
GradeFund is a community-based revolutionary approach to student education financing that encourages academic success. Just create an account, invite your friends and family to be sponsors, upload your academic transcript at the end of each semester and once Gradefund verifies it, you’ll get paid.
Sponsors can donate to a student, a school or to an educational cause. If donating to a student, you can choose to have the money sent directly to the student, or to be subtracted from their tuition. You also get to choose the rate (as little as $5 per grade).


‘THE SOCIAL NETWORK’

Special Guests:
Gaurav Mishra, Director, Digital and Social Media, MSLGROUP Asia will be sharing his views along with
Mr. Sunder Aaron, Business Head, Pix 
 

Venue – Christ University,
Block 1, Mini Auditorium, Bangalore
Date – Tuesday, 21tst June, 2011
Time – 02:00 pm
 
 



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