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Above: Ken Sundheim is interviewed by MTVu on resume writing.
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Recent College Graduates

Find an Entry Level Marketing Job

Anyone can find a job with a bad company. We coach entry-level marketing job seekers or recent college graduate job seekers on how to find a good one.

The purpose of the guaranteed "find an entry-level marketing job" is to help entry-level marketing job seekers (sales as well) find either a great sales or marketing job that they would not have found otherwise. We do this via a few avenues.

All job applicants work with our CEO Ken Sundheim, the best in the sales and marketing headhunting industry -- who has been on Fox Business News, MTV, has been interviewed by Chicago Tribune, WSJ,, USAToday,, Forbes, NYTimes, CBS MoneyWatch, BusinessInsider and many more.

Despite not having a MBA, Ken is connected with recent college graduates and works frequently with them. He has been invited to speak at Syracuse University, New York University, Salisbury University and more.

This entire program is meant to get recent college graduates jobs that are going to allow them not only to learn an industry, but are also going to help them decipher what a good company is, and allow them to start what should be a lucrative successful career.

Finding an Entry-level Marketing Job

We don't stop until the entry-level marketing job applicant gets a position with a good company.

This is done by:

- Rewriting Resume

- Rewriting Cover Letter

- Rewriting Email Template

- Interview Coaching

- Follow-up Emails

- Phone calls to employers (only in certain circumstances)

Entry-Level Marketing Job Application

Since there is a refund given if the applicant does not find a job either on his/her own or through working with the CEO of our marketing job recruiting firm, we must ask that interested parties email [email protected] subject: "EL" and describe in pure honesty (we're not here to judge, but to find you a job) your current situation.

Since this costs money, our CEO Ken Sundheim is more than fine fielding inquiries from parents and welcomes it -- even recommends it.

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