Finding the Right Fit

Like in any relationship, finding the right employer comes down to shared values. Taking an honest assessment of your career values, passions and work style will help identify companies most compatible with you and focus your search. In the next installment of the Bruin Career Insights series, Natalie Kim ’08 will help you analyze what characteristics to look for in an employer. From basics like geography and size, to deeper criteria like workplace culture, work-life balance or your belief in the mission, she will address these questions and make your job search a lot less daunting!


Natalie Kim

Natalie Kim ’08 is the founder of We Are Next, a resource that helps students and junior talent begin their advertising and marketing careers with confidence. She’s spent 10 years in advertising and has been recognized on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list in Marketing & Advertising. Kim was awarded the GenNext Award by She Runs It for young women who are already making their mark on the industry. Kim graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts in communication studies and a minor in French.

Through its weekly email and podcast, We Are Next gathers perspectives and advice from all over the industry to help those just starting out better understand the landscape and opportunities that lie ahead.


Wednesday, Sept. 6
5 p.m. PDT

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