About This Video
Today’s job market is difficult to navigate. It takes more than a great resume and a firm handshake to get a job – you need to prepare yourself by learning what employers are looking for and how to stand out from the crowd. During this complimentary webinar, you will learn 3 ways to make a great first impression, 5 tricks of the trade to make your resume stand out, and 3 sectors where DC jobseekers want to work … and how YOU can get there.
Emily Miller is the Scheduler and Deputy Press Secretary for Congressman Mark Meadows.
Prior to this position, Emily served as Director of the Leadership Institute’s Career Services department. In this role, she connected conservative job seekers with employers in the D.C. area and nationwide. She managed LI’s career trainings and job fairs, as well as the Institute’s online job bank, ConservativeJobs.com. Emily also oversaw the LI Intern Program.
Previously, Emily was the Leadership Institute's Intern Coordinator, recruiting top candidates from around the country, and abroad, and managing their D.C. experience from start to finish.
Before arriving at the Leadership Institute, Emily was Project Coordinator for the K-12 education reform team at The Philanthropy Roundtable in Washington, D.C. There, she coordinated logistics for national philanthropic conferences, researched education reform policy, and managed print and online communications.
Emily graduated from Grove City College with a bachelor's degree in Communication Studies. She is also a graduate of the Koch Associate Program.