Marketing Yourself as a Professional in the Digital Age

Instructor: Eileen Porzuczek
Date:  Saturday, June 22
Time:  1–4 p.m.
Location: IWC
Cost: $75 nonmembers, $48 members, $42 student members/teacher members/senior members/military members/librarian members

Marketing yourself as a professional online is essential in the digital age we live in, but how can you do this? LinkedIn is an incredible tool to promote yourself, showcase your experiences, and connect with others in your professional field.

Whether you have a LinkedIn already or not, this class will help you polish your professional online presence to help you make meaningful connections.


Eileen Porzuczek is currently a graduate student at Ball State University studying Emerging Media Design and Development. She has experience in corporate/nonprofit public relations, publishing, writing, and graphic design. She has worked as an editor, mentor, designer, and public relations coordinator for the Indiana Writers Center’s Building A Rainbow Summer Program. Eileen also worked as an editor, writer, and designer for the memoir anthology: #KeepMuncieWeird…andWhimsical! Eileen has also worked as a writer, editor, and designer for Rethinking Children’s & Young Adult Literature’s Digital Magazine—her work can be found in their two most recent issues. She has presented her work at national literary conferences and works as a freelance writer/artist in her free time.


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