Biznessmeet.com is committed to helping students successfully transition into the workplace and become future entrepreneurs as well as movers and shakers in their industry!
Winston Salem, NC (PRWEB) December 21, 2011
The share of 18- to 24-year-olds attending college in the United States hit an all-time high in October 2008, driven by a recession-era surge in enrollments at community colleges, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau. A vast majority of this demographic already use social media each month according to Experian Simmons reports.
Biznessmeet.com is committed to helping these students successfully transition into the workplace and has recently launched the Sorority/Fraternity Challenge in an effort to reach out to and engage college students, young adults and future entrepreneurs from all walks of life who want to be movers and shakers in their industry.
The Sorority/Fraternity Challenge is a writing competition that is open to all fraternities and sororities nationwide. Participants will have to submit a short essay and state in 100 words or less, what makes their fraternity or sorority the best above all others. The winner will receive a three month Premium membership on Biznessmeet.com and 30 days of free advertising for the group, business or organization of their choosing.
Biznessmeet.com is a business and social networking site that brings together businesses and individuals in a social and professional perspective and simultaneously encourages good business relations and abundant networking amongst all involved. Students who join Biznessmeet.com can benefit from increased exposure by uploading their resumes and connecting with potential employers and professionals from all walks of life, therefore increasing their broader business network.
Biznessmeet is Free to Join; To learn more about the Sorority/Fraternity Challenge, please visit; http://www.biznessmeet.com.
Build, master and expand connections with this cutting-edge social network today! Remember it’s not always what you know, but who you know.