Celebrating Melville & A Creative Jobs Platform In Brazil [PechaKucha]
The international design hub shares presentations on how Brazil is reimagining the way that we find jobs.
Megan Whilden is a government worker in the city of Pittsfield, and in this presentation (from PKN Pittsfield Vol. 1) she talks about the “Call Me Melville” summer cultural program.
In this presentation (in Portuguese, from PKN Sao Paulo Vol. 7), Tiago Yonamine talks about how he created Trampos, Brazil’s biggest and most famous creative jobs platform. From its Twitter account to the new powerful website, Tiago explains how young talent needs a place to find work and how brands can take notice of their potential.
Although the worldwide PechaKucha network never rests, the HQ does in order to replenish its energy, and hopefully catch a few rays. We will therefore be on “sleep” mode for the next two weeks, and won’t be doing our regular daily posts during this time. We will still have two new presentations going up on the site each and every day, which we’ll share on the blog as well, but for details on the PKNs happening during this 2-week period, please have a look at our calendar page.
Tonight, Friday (August 3), you can catch the following three events: PKN Panjim Vol. 3, PKN Springfield, MO Vol. 7, and PKN Hakata Vol. 7. Then on Sunday, we have PKN Dunsborough Vol. 5 and PKN Beijing Vol. 21, and Monday has PKN Pittsboro Vol. 11.
Originally published on PechaKucha. Republished with kind permission.