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Lecture Recap ASU April 28, 2010

Bright Bright Great would like to thank Arizona State University for an amazing lecture event. It was a blast and we hope we were helpful. If you are looking for help with your resume and portfolio, or have any general questions drop a tweet at us.

1. The presentation is now online. Download: Going Pro: What You Need & What It Takes

2. Bright Bright Great is on Twitter and Facebook. If you want to stay in touch, connect with us.

3. Jason Schwartz is also on Twitter. You can follow him too, but then you get to hear ALL of the rants and raves, not just design related stuff.

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Next Secret Handshake Lecture Series Event Announed: April 28, Jason Schwartz at ASU

Going Pro: What You Need & What It Takes
Maxing out your resume, presenting the best work and how to do it all right.

Date: April 28th
Location: Coor Hall, on Arizona State University’s Tempe Campus
Time: 6:00-8:00 pm

Sponsored by ASU, GDSA & AIGA!

Please note:
If you are a student at Arizona State University and have any questions you would like me to address during the lecture, PLEASE contact me. Or even better… hit me up on Twitter @jaycrimes.

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Bright Bright Great Lecture Series 2010

Bright Bright Great Lecture Series Presents Jason Schwartz to ASU
Bright Bright Great Lecture Series Presents:

“Grindin’ – How To Transition From A Design Student Into A Creative Professional
Tuesday, January 12, 2010 / 5:15pm Chicago, IL

In what appears to be just the start (of the 3 person presentation this is slated to become Spring 2010, …more info on that later) Jason Schwartz presents to Arizona State University’s Junior and Senior Visual Communication students real world advice on finding a creative job in a tough market, finding the “right” job and most importantly, tips and tricks on smoothing out the transition from student to working creative professional.

Photos and recap after the event.

(This is a closed event only for ASU Visual Communication Students.)

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