AMA MOMENTUM UPSKILLING PROGRAM
BRIDGING THE DIVIDES BETWEEN MARKETING AND EVENT MANAGEMENT
If you are a marketing or events management professional, active student, or recent graduate and are actively looking to grow your career, you’ve likely noticed a growing trend in the job descriptions that require candidates to have more skills and experiences outside of their chosen discipline. Momentum, a new program from AMA Pittsburgh, was designed to quickly (and affordably) give both marketers and events professionals relevant and practical skills in a meaningful and memorable cohort experience. Take what you learn (from experienced industry professionals and AMA members) in each workshop and apply it to your work the next day.
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The Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Marketing Association connects marketing professionals in the Pittsburgh region, providing professional development & networking opportunities. AMA Pittsburgh’s mission is to support the professional growth of marketers and foster a community of thought-leaders, which we accomplish through a variety of high quality programming events.
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