EACE’s New Social Media Campaign Begins Today!
EACE Blog contribution by Gerald Tang, Associate Director of Undergraduate Career Development, Columbia University’s Center for Career Education
EACE launched a new social media campaign today with the goal of increasing member engagement through some of our social media networks, mainly Facebook, Twitter (@EACEPR, #EACE), and LinkedIn (EACE group). Here is a sample calendar of what you can expect from us.
Monday: Inspirational Mondays
Start your week with positive thoughts and messages by sharing inspirational quotes, videos or photos.
Tuesday: Tips Tuesdays (Articles, Photos, Trends Alerts)
Can’t keep up with what is trending? We will share interesting articles, tutorials, guides related to recruiting trends, best practices, career services and EACE resources.
Wednesday: What is Going on Wednesdays?
Every week, we will be highlighting some of our upcoming EACE programs and events to help you plan ahead and take action!
Thursday: Members/Non-members Program Spotlights
Doing great work at your organizations? Every week, we will be sharing interesting programs at one of EACE member’s organizations. Self-nominations are always welcomed! (who doesn’t want the bragging right?)
Friday: Photo Fridays
Watch out! You can be famous. Each week, we will post a picture or video featuring a EACE member.
Gerald Tang is the Associate Director of Undergraduate Career Development at Columbia University. Gerald is a passionate career counselor with a strong interest in working with students to develop strategic career plans. His goal is to help students to identify their interests and values and gain essential skills in managing their careers throughout their lifetimes. Prior to joining CCE, Gerald worked with undergraduate engineering and design students at Wentworth Institute of Technology as a cooperative education advisor and with graduate students at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College School of Public Policy and Management as a career counselor. Gerald received his master’s degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in Human Development at SUNY Binghamton. He is an active member of the Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE). He is also certified in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator assessment tool.
Gerald is a Hong Kong native and worked at a government agency before transitioning to the US. He speaks fluent Cantonese and can write Chinese. He also grew up in a restaurant environment where he developed his passion for food and cooking.