John DiMarco Ph.D.

  • Professor at St. John’s University and author of “Career Power Skills.”
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  • Massapequa Park, New York   
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Contact me for: Individual and organizational communication strategies, design, and production; speaking at conferences and events; working on design, training, and consulting projects; and teaching people to find their true voice and professional vision.

John DiMarco, Ph.D, is an Associate Professor of Communication at St. John's University in New York City and the author of Career Power Skills (Pearson 2013), Digital Design for Print and Web (Wiley 2010) and Web Portfolio Design and Applications (Idea Group 2006). Professor DiMarco is a leading expert on communication design, digital literacy, and career skills, which he has taught at the university level for 15 years. He has presented at the Learning Solutions Conference in Orlando, FL and the Campus Technology Forum in Long Beach, CA on E-learning, Digital Design, and E-portfolios. Dr. DiMarco is a regular contributor to Social-Hire.com and ExpertBeacon.com on topics related to careers and has been featured on FoxBusiness.com and business talk radio. He is the founder of the DIY website http://PortfolioVillage.com. For more information, please visit http://www.drdimarco.com

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Expert Articles by John DiMarco Ph.D.

Finding a New Job

Gain an advantage in your job search with an online portfolio
An online portfolio is a fantastic way to highlight your skills and accomplishments to potential employers. Ingest these chunks of advice, and you’ll see your online portfolio become a potent weapon...
Evaluate your first job offer to make sure it’s the best opportunity
Getting offered a job is a wonderful experience, but you should be diligent in making sure that you aren’t just taking the job just to have a job, unless of course you need the money. Make sure that...
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