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Fireside Chat Tour: NYC w/ Bryan Campbell

  • WeWork Bryant Park 50 West 40th Street New York, NY, 10018 United States (map)

To keep the momentum going, we'll interview Bryan Campbell, Lead Writer at Gear Patrol, whose job consists of flying around the world test driving exotic cars and riding beautiful motorcycles in equally stunning locales. As the lead writer for the Motoring section at Gear Patrol, a men's adventure lifestyle website and print publication, he has the job description he's been working towards. 

Join us at our second Fireside Chat Tour event, a nationwide series where we are welcoming professionals from all industries whose personal career stories will serve as the resource to those looking to find their niche. Hear about the experiences on the true road to finding career happiness all the way from their adversities to their achievements.

This event is not your average networking event. We will have an intimate discussion with Bryan Campbell Lead Writer at Gear Patrol

What to expect:

Imagine a meet-up, happy hour, career workshop, and live podcast interview all rolled into one. Food, drink, conversations and new connections are guaranteed.

Schedule of Fireside Chat:

6-6:30pm Networking/Happy Hour - light snacks/beer/wine

6:40-6:45pm - Intro's and announcements

6:45-7:30pm - Fireside interview

7:30-8pm Q&A from audience

SPONSORED BY: HBO, ACPA, ILLY COFFEE, APCO Worldwide,Sticker Mule , and FYN Creative

More about Bryan:

Our second guest is Bryan Campbell spent four years at Mason Gross, at Rutgers University, studying photography and trying to convince his fine arts professors cars can be art, too. From there he attended Coventry University in England to follow his passion for the automotive industry and earn his uniquely specialized degree in Automotive Journalism. Since returning State-side in 2012, he has held jobs in motorcycle sales, writing press releases and blog posts for Chevrolet Performance, all while freelancing for numerous car websites on the side, all with an aim to review cars full-time. Currently, Bryan is doing just that. As the lead writer for the Motoring section at Gear Patrol, a men's adventure lifestyle website, and print publication.

More about NicheCon:

A new endeavor, long overdue for us. Imagine an entrepreneurial meets creative meets forward-thinking individuals paired with those looking for their niche, all in one room for an intimate discussion. All to talk about ending employment unhappiness and open a dialogue about the modern job search.

The NicheCon Fireside Chat Tour will bring together a diverse population of career-ready millennials, from college students to more experienced professionals for monthly events and on-going digital discussions about finding your niche--and a company where you can grow--in the new job market. The events will cover topics such as finding your niche, entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship, and personal branding. Fireside chat guests include thriving young professionals from companies like HBO and General Assembly who have a compelling story, unique career journey, and have found their niche, loving what they do. All interviews will take place in front of a live audience as part of a series of 3-hour events organized across the country, starting with D.C., Philly, NYC, and Boston.

More about The Niche Movement:

Who We Are:

The Niche Movement is a community helping young professionals find the work they love. Founded in the Fall of 2013 by Kevin O’Connell, a former Higher Education professional, The Niche Movement is now a nationwide grassroots movement flipping the modern job search approach on its head and ending employment unhappiness one day at a time.

What We Do:

We create and share resources, tell stories, provide community, and most of all, empower this generation with authentic, practical, and up-to-date content and trainings.

In June 2015, our book, The Niche Movement: The New Rules to Finding a Career You Love published and has created a paradigm shift on how society approaches career exploration.

Since inception, we have facilitated cohorts and hosted meet-ups in New York City, D.C., and all the way to Montreal, Quebec.

In addition, we have delivered keynotes, trainings, and workshops to universities such as Penn State University and Virginia Tech and for companies including APCO Worldwide.