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mattZIANCE THE ORIGINAL RESUME MAGAZINE

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NEWS HIGHLIGHTS COLLEGIATE LEADERSHIP SIGMA TAU GAMMA PITT-JOHNSTOWN LACROSSE

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STUDENT LEADERSHIP PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE UNDER ARMOUR WESTMONT HILLTOP HIGH SCHOOL

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SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS

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RECOMMENDATIONS

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MEETMATT Hello! My name is Matt Ziance and the reason why you have a copy of my Magazine Resume is because I have recently applied for a position to join your team! Inside this magazine you will find my resume taken to a whole new level. I have put together 27 pages of information about myself to showcase my skills, creativity and past experience for you to really get a sense of who I am, something that simply cannot be completed on the standard resume format. If you find that my passion and skill set are a match for what you are looking for in a candidate, I look forward to speaking with you soon! Enjoy. MATTHEW ZIANCE Education: University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown Degree: B.A.

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Major: Business Marketing AWARDS Personal Awards: - Named, 2012 Johnstown Magazine, Up + Comer - 2012 Pitt-Johnstown RealWorld Action Program Top Honoree – Junior - 2011 Pitt-Johnstown Advisory Board, Service to Community Award Recipient - 2011 Climbing Mountain Cat Award - 2011 Pitt-Johnstown RealWorld Action Program Top Honoree – Sophomore

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Under My Presidential Leadership Campus Awards: - 2010 – 2011 Pitt-Johnstown Organization of the Year - 2010 – 2011 Pitt-Johnstown Mountain Cat Service Award National Awards: - 2010 – 2011 Edward H. McCune Distinguished Chapter Award (First Runner Up)

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- 2010 – 2011 Robert Nagel Jones Charitable Service Award (Third Runner Up) - 2010 – 2011 E. Kennedy Whitesitt Communications Award (Third Runner Up)


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A. TEEN RAISING FUNDS Tribune-Democrat (2008) This article featured my story to sell BLACKOUT clothing gear to my high school. The project raised $3,853 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and granted a wish!

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B. UPJ FRATERNITY PLANS MEMORABILIA AUCTION The Tribune-Democrat (2011) This article showcased how my Fraternity and I organized a Sports Memorabilia Auction to help raise CC funds for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. C. MR.UPJ CAN ROLL, SING AND DANCE UPJ Advocate (2013) This article showcased the UPJ Mr.UPJ Competition. I finished in 2nd place, with my ability to give a motivational speech to my peers.

D. FREATERNITY SPONSORS YMCA LEAGUE TEAM UPJ Advocate (2013) This article talked about how my Fraternity sponsored a youth basketball team and their road to the Championship.

E. STUDENTS FUNDRAISING FOR PATIENTS AT CONEMAUGH CHS The Guardian (2013) In the Conemaugh Quarterly, I was featured for my service to the Conemaugh Health Foundation and the Johnstown (PA) Community.

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F. LACROSSE RELOCATION AIDS COMMUNITY UPJ Advocate (2012) This article tells the story of why my team and I relocated to a different field to spread the game of lacrosse.


G. UPJ LAXCATS HAVING BEST SEASON SO FAR Daily American (2013) The article in the Somerset Daily American featured how the sport is growing nationwide, especially in Johnstown.

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H. UP + COMER The Johnstown Magazine (2011) Each year, The Johnstown magazine does a 10 page spread on 10 members of the community are determined and passionate about their futures as business professionals.

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I. DELTA PI WINS ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR Sigma Tau Gamma SAGA (2011) This article in Sigma Tau Gamma’s National Magazine, featured the Delta Pi Chapter when we were awarded Organization of the Year at PittJohnstown.

L. MATT ZIANCE WINS UPJ COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD The Daily American (2012) “Through his strong commitment to helping others, Matt epitomizes the spirit of service that this award celebrates. He clearly has what it takes to make a positive difference in the real world,” said Dr. Barbara Parkins ‘80, Pitt-Johnstown Advisory Board Chair.”

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K. INUAGURATION OF THE WEST HILLS LACROSSE CLUB D6 Sports Network (2012) I worked with the D6 Sports Network on developing a story to help with the grassroots aspect of starting a youth lacrosse club in a lacrosse deprived area.


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Greatest Moment as President: “The greatest moment that I experienced while President of the Delta Pi Chapter was when our organization received the 2010-2011 Pitt-Johnstown Organization of the Year Award. It was the first time that a Greek organization was named as the award winner, and really showed that we accomplsihed all of our goals we set for ourselves.”


STG DP Start Date: February, 2010 End Date: December, 2013 Titles: President, PR/Communications Chairman, Fundraising Chairman, Treasurer, Philanthropy Chairman, Homecoming Chairman, Alumni Relations Chairman

Job Responsibilities: Led a group of 45 college aged men to Organization of the Year; Successfully planned and implemented fundraising and philanthropic events; Susan G. Komen, Make-A-Wish, local Johnstown organizations, and the Special Olympics benefitted from these events; Was the sole organizer of a Sports Memorabilia Auction; Created and updated the social media accounts for the Delta Pi Chapter; Organized over 870 hours of community service while President.

Awards: 2010-2011 Pitt-Johnstown Organization of the Year 2010-2011 Pitt-Johnstown Mountain Cat Service Award, 2010-2011 Edward H. McCune Distinguished Chapter Award, 2010-2011 Robert Nagel Jones Charitable Service Award, 2010-2011 E. Kennedy Whitesitt Communications Award.


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thought I knew which sport I was going to play in college, way before I even enrolled at Pitt-Johnstown. I was a baseball player for 18 years , and wanted to continue playing at UPJ. After a few weeks, I knew that it was going to be hard to accomplish all the extra curricular activities that I wanted to be a part of if I continued playing baseball so I hung up the baseball cleats, and traded them in for lacrosse cleats. While being on the team for 4 years, I held every position on the club’s executive board as well as being named captain during my junior and senior seasons.

Greatest Moment as President: “The greatest moment that I experienced while President of the Pitt-Johnstown Laxcats was when we received a bid for the Conference Tournament. It was the first time we received a bid, and showed that our hard work and dedication on and off the field made us one of the more respectable organizations in the NCLL.”


UPJLAX Start Date: September, 2009 End Date: December, 2013 Titles: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer Job Responsibilities: Named captain for 2 years; Was the direct contact for all university officials; Successful planned and organized multiple fundraisers and philanthropic events that benefited the club itself, the HeadStrong Foundation and a local youth club; Designed all marketing materials and all fan gear/uniforms; Developed a social media strategy for the team and created all content/posts for @UPJLAX Awards: 2012 Johnstown Magazine – Up + Comer, 2012 Pitt-Johnstown RealWorld Action Program Top Honoree (Junior), 2011 PittJohnstown Advisory Board Service to Community Award Recipient, 2011 Climbing Mountain Cat Award, 2011 Pitt-Johnstown RealWorld Action Program Top Honoree (Sophomore)


ALPHA PHI OMEGA SERVICE FRATERNITY FOUNDING FATHER (2009)

“Matt is currently a student at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Business Marketing. Since he began his college career in the fall term 2009, he has been extremely involved with many student organizations, and has also served as chair for many committees within those organizations. He has been a committed and involved student volunteer with many groups. Matt works well independently and as part of a team on any projects with which he is involved. His dedication and commitment to excellence would make Matt an excellent addition to any team.” -Susan Palov Administrative Assistant (UPJ)

SIGMA TAU GAMMA FRATERNITY PRESIDENT, PR/COMMUNICATIONS CHAIRMAN, FUNDRAISING CHAIRMAN, TREASURER, PHILANTHROPY CHAIRMAN, HOMECOMING CHAIRMAN, ALUMNI RELATIONS CHAIRMAN

“As President of Sigma Tau Gamma National Fraternity, Matt understood the importance of including philanthropic work as a key component of the organization. Throughout his tenure, Matt successfully organized several initiatives to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Light the Night Walk for Leukemia/Lymphoma Research, and local organizations geared toward youth development. It is because of his organizational skills, professionalism, and networking abilities that these initiatives were successful.” - Jacob Shirk University of Pittsburgh Dental Student


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Professional Experience CONEMAUGH HEALTH FOUNDATION Start Date: September, 2009 End Date: May, 2013 Title: Youth Philanthropic Intern Job Responsibilities: Organized, detailed and brought to fruition numerous high school senior projects; organized annual CEO luncheon for student fundraisers and advisors; sales oriented work with Integrative Medicine Advisory Council projects; represented the Foundation at community events; raised funds for Teenage Trauma Prevention Program, Heart Health for Women and the Foundation; executed marketing plans/ presentations in front of Executive Directors at local Universities; designed logos for t-shirt’s, philanthropic material and hospital use.

JOHNSTOWN GENERALS Start Date: October, 2010 End Date: March, 2012 Title: Social Media/Gameday Operations Intern & Assistant General Manager Job Responsibilities: Organized team and intern activities (practice, appearances); filed paperwork and kept office in an organized fashion; assisted the GM in day-to- day activities; scheduled and ran meetings; hired 13 interns; promoted from Game-Day Operations / Social Media Intern to Assistant GM in August, 2011.


JAMBOO HEADPHONES Start Date: September, 2013 End Date: December, 2013 Title: Social Media Marketing Campus Representative Job Responsibilities: Worked directly with the Co-Founders to increase traffic to various social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram); Communicated the companies beliefs and values to consumers; Worked to fulfill various tasks associated with the Campus Rep Program; Increased fan engagement and brand awareness through social media; Trained local retailers and university members to move product; Assisted local media outlets.

FREELANCE GRAPHIC DESIGN Start Date: August, 2009 End Date: April, 2014 Title: Founder, MZ Graphic Design Job Responsibilities: Designed logos, pamphlets, t-shirts, grassroots marketing material, athletic jerseys and social media projects for local schools, universities and businesses; Incorporated graphics onto social media platforms; Clients who used my services were Westmont Hilltop High School, Windber Area High School. Greater Johnstown High School, Bishop Carroll Catholic Academy, Bishop McCort Catholic High School, Central Cambria High School, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Towson University, St. Francis University, Conemaugh Health Foundation, InterStake LLC, Johnstown Generals, Jamboo Headphones, Kappa Delta Rho Fraternity, and Kappa Zeta Sorority.

WEST HILLS LACROSSE CLUB Start Date: April, 2012 End Date: May, 2013 Title: Founder/Director of Operations Job Responsibilities: Created and updated all marketing and social media material; Conducted training sessions; supervised children ages 7-18 on the field; Created club logistics; Completed merchandise transactions; Counseled students on the importance of sportsmanship – on and off the field.
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UNDER ARMOUR 2013 Under Armour Summer League Internship Program

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t all started with an email. I knew the one internship that I wanted to complete in college, even way back in high school. While attending Westmont Hilltop, I sent an email to Under Armour CEO, Kevin Plank, and expressed my interest in joining the Under Armour team while completing my degree. I sent

out applications each year, but to no avail. Before my senior year started, I knew that this was my final shot to land an internship in the Under Armour Summer League Program and I gave it my all. I ended up creating a complete Social Media campaign for the sole purpose of getting hired

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at Under Armour. I used various social platforms and after multiple interviews, I received an offer letter that I had wanted for 5 years! The Under Armour Summer League was an amazing experience all around. I got to work with a multi billiondollar brand and it was a tremendous learning experience. My main focus was working with the footwear department and develop a plan on how to enter the social space and start garnering much needed footwear brand awareness. At the end of the summer, I gave a presentation to 35 members of the Under Armour team and saw my recommendations being implemented across the board.

18,000 Applicants... ...50 Interns Selected


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UA Campus HQ in Baltimore, MD

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WHAT DID I DO AT UNDER ARMOUR?

Working the UA All America Classic

hat did my position entail?Listed below are a few highlights of what my position entailed:

- Partnered with the Brand and Footwear teams in order to obtain a deeper understanding of the current social media strategy at Under Armour - Created a detailed, overarching analysis of Under Armour Footwear in social media - Researched how to drive growth in the social fan base across all UA pages - Collected attributes and takeaways in order to present these findings - Organized and presented detailed analysis with internal departments in order to activate relevant product, events and initiatives - Developed a plan on how to increase brand awareness and increase footwear awareness - Collected data and examples of what the best practice of online activity would be most beneficial to Under Armour, matching with the brand voice - Presented my findings, along with developing 5 key recommendations to become relevant on multiple social channels - Implemented my recommendations and saw an increase in engagement levels with footwear specific posts

It was an amzing summer down in Baltimore, and I know, that with my hard work and dedication, I can take the information learned at Under Armour, and transform it into the best social media and marketing for your company!


WESTMONT HILLTOPPERS

Blackout Senior Project: - Raised $3,853 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation - Granted a Wish for a child in the Pittsburgh Area

AAABA Baseball: - 2-Year AAABA Player - Played All 9 Positions in 1 Season

Sports and Activities: - Basketball - Golf - Student Government - Westy THON - Academic All-Star

Baseball: - 4-Year Varsity Starter - Senior Captain


HILLTOP n a g e B m a e r D e h T Where

In order for you to graduate from Westmont Hilltop High School, you are required to complete a senior project. Your senior project has to benefit the community, the school district or some other act of service. A lot of my classmates decided to take an easy route and simply collect money at lunch for various charities, organize a fan section for a sporting event or something similar. I chose to go a different route. My senior project idea came from myself being a big supporter of all the athletic teams at Westmont. I created, and designed a clothing line for Westmont students and supporters. What was unqiue about this “Blackout Gear” clothing line was that we always had Blackout Student Sections for the various sporting events, but since our school’s colors were red and grey, we never had anything black that said Westmont on it. I created this senior project with hopes to raise $500 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, as my cousin actually had her wish granted by Make-A-Wish a few years back. I ended up exceding my initial expectations and in turn created the largest senior project in Westmont’s history. I ended up selling over $12,000 worth of clothing to the students at my school of 500 students, and ended up donating 100% of the profits to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. ($3,853) This project involved a lot of marketing and creative skills which led me to declaring as a business marketing student at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. Throughout high school I played baseball, basketball and was a member of the golf team. I was a four-year letterwinner on my high school’s baseball team, playing in every varsity game during my career. Baseball was my sport of choice growing up, and I continued to play until I was 21 in the AAABA League in Johnstown. During my last season, I was the only player in the wooden bat league to play all 9 positions on the field.

The Highlights: - 4 Year Letterwinner (Baseball) - Basketball - Golf - Student Government - Top Senior project - Raised $2,200 (Westy THON) - Class of 1960 Scholarship - Tribune-Democrat Academic All Star 2009


Matthew K. Ziance

mattziance@gmail.com • (814) 242-1378 • 229 Mabel Street, Johnstown, PA, 15905 • www.linkedin.com/in/matthewziance Facebook: www.facebook.com/matt.ziance | Twitter: www.Twitter.com/mattziance | Instagram: www.instagram.com/mattziance

Experience

Jamboo Headphones September 2013 - December 2013 Social Media Campus Representative Worked directly with the Co-Founders to increase traffic to various social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram); communicated the companies beliefs and values to consumers; worked to fulfill various tasks associated with the Campus Rep Program; increased fan engagement and brand awareness; worked with local retailers and university members to move product; worked with local media. Under Armour, Inc. May 2013 - August 2013 Social Media Rookie (Performance Footwear) Partnered with the Brand and Footwear teams in order to obtain a deeper understanding of the current social media strategy at Under Armour; created a detailed, overarching analysis of Under Armour Footwear in social media; researched how to drive growth in the social fan base across all UA pages; collected attributes and takeaways in order to present these findings; organized and presented detailed analysis with internal departments in order to activate relevant product, events and initiatives; developed a plan on how to increase brand awareness and increase footwear awareness; collected data and examples of what the best practice of online activity would be most beneficial to Under Armour, matching with the brand voice; presented my findings, along with developing 5 key recommendations to become relevant on multiple social channels; Implemented my recommendations and saw an increase in engagement levels with footwear specific posts. Panera Bread October 2012 - May 2013 Bakery/Line Associate Drove sales; provided outstanding customer service; explained and recommended various meal choices; maintained store standards of quick and reliable food service; met all, time oriented goals; organized inventory; completed transactions. West Hills Lacrosse Club April 2012 - May 2013 Founder/Director of Lacrosse Operations Created and updated all marketing and social media material; conducted training sessions; supervised children ages 7-18 on the field; created club logistics; completed merchandise transactions; counseled students on the importance of sportsmanship – on and off the field. *First youth lacrosse club ever in Johnstown, PA* Conemaugh Health Foundation September 2009 - May 2013 Youth Philanthropic Intern Organized, detailed and brought to fruition numerous high school senior projects; organized annual CEO luncheon for student fundraisers and advisors; sales oriented work with Integrative Medicine Advisory Council projects; represented the Foundation at community events; raised funds for Teenage Trauma Prevention Program, Heart Health for Women and the Foundation; executed marketing plans/presentations in front of Executive Directors at local Universities; designed logos for t-shirt’s, philanthropic material and hospital use. Johnstown Generals October 2010 - March 2012 Assistant General Manager Organized team and intern activities (practice, appearances); filed paperwork and kept office in an organized fashion; assisted the GM in day-to- day activities; scheduled and ran meetings; hired 13 interns; promoted from Game-Day Operations / Social Media Intern to Assistant GM in August, 2011. 19


Education:

University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown Johnstown, PA Degree: B.A. Business Marketing - Dean’s List

September 2009 - December 2013

Westmont Hilltop High School September 2005 - June 2009 Johnstown, PA Activities: Baseball Captain, Yearbook Editor, Baseball (4), Basketball (2), Golf (4), Student Government

Skills: Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word), Windows and Mac, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Outlook, Social Media Ownership (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+, Vine), Social Media Content Creation, HootSuite, SimplyMeasured

Leadership: Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity Founding Father

September 2009 - May 2010

Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity February 2010 - December 2013 President; Fundraising Chairman; Treasurer; Philanthropy Chairman; Communications/PR Chairman; Homecoming Chairman; Alumni Relations Chairman Pitt-Johnstown Baseball Club Founding Father; Captain

September 2013 - December 2013

Pitt-Johnstown Lacrosse Club Captain, President; Vice-President; Treasurer; Secretary

September 2009 - December 2013

Pitt-Johnstown Student Government Association September 2009 - May 2012 Academic Affairs Chairman; Selected as Pitt-Johnstown’s Representative for COSGA 2010 at Texas A&M Personal Awards: - Named 2012 Johnstown Magazine Up + Comer - 2012 Pitt-Johnstown RealWorld Action Program Top Honoree – Junior - 2011 Pitt-Johnstown Advisory Board Service to Community Award Recipient - 2011 Climbing Mountain Cat Award - 2011 Pitt-Johnstown RealWorld Action Program Top Honoree –Sophomore Under my Presidential Leadership: (Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity) Campus Awards: - Pitt-Johnstown Organization of the Year 2010 – 2011 - Pitt-Johnstown Mountain Cat Service Award 2010-2011 National Awards: - 2010-2011 Edward H. McCune Distinguished Chapter Award First Runner-Up - 2010-2011 Robert Nagel Jones Charitable Service Award Third Runner-Up - 2010-2011 E. Kennedy Whitesitt Communications Award Third Runner-Up


REFERENCES Dr. John McGrath

Associate Professor University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (814) 269-2972 mcgrath@pitt.edu 450 Schoolhouse Road Johnstown, PA 15904

Britni Shields

Social Media Coordinator Under Armour, Inc. (410) 454-6928 bshields@underarmour.com 1020 Hull Street Baltimore, MD 21230

George “Skip” Glenn

Assistant Professor University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (814) 269-2967 sglenn@pitt.edu 450 Schoolhouse Road Johnstown, PA 15904

Deborah Price

Fund Devlopment Officer Conemaugh Health Foundation (814) 534-3133 dprice2@conemaugh.org 1086 Franklin Street Johnstown, PA 15905

Dr. Alan Teich

Head Lacrosse Coach / Psychology Professor University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (814) 269-2950 ateich@pitt.edu 450 Schoolhouse Road Johnstown, PA 15904


RECOMMENDATIONS “Matt is a hard-driving, task-oriented, never-stop leader. He has been a remarkable captain for my lacrosse team. Whoever hires him will find a highly energetic individual, willing to follow guidances and then performing at the highest levels. Hire Matt - you will not be sorry.”

- Dr. Alan Teich - Pitt-Johnstown Lacrosse Head Coach

“Over the past three years, I have had the privilege of working with Matt Ziance in many different capacities throughout my time as a brother in the Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. From those experiences, I have found him to be a creative thinker in starting up different community service projects and fundraisers throughout the Johnstown area, a natural born leader, and a team player while working with different chairpersons and committees in accomplishing specific goals. With that being said, I would highly recommend Matt to any company or organization that is looking to improve or make their next big step forward.”

- Christian Woo - Juris Doctor/Master of Laws Candidate (2016 - Ohio Northern University)

“Matt has been working with the Conemaugh Health Foundation for 4 years as a student intern. He has worked on several projects, mostly with our youth philanthropy program. He’s very creative and takes the initiative to make suggestions and recommendations to help enhance whatever project he’s working on. He has been a pleasure to work with and always does an excellent job at whatever task he’s asked to do.”

- Sue Mann - President Conemaugh Health Foundation

“Matt has done some great work with us creating logos and options for graphic designs for all media materials. I would strongly recommend Matt to manage the creative process. Based upon some of his recent accomplishments, I feel he would be a great manager and leader for any graphic design team. He’s demonstrates a solid grasp of the branding process and a strong understanding of the role of traditional marketing and new media. I recommend Matt’s work and look forward to see what he accomplishes once he graduates.”

- Frank Carney - President Interstake LLC.

“I attended the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown with Matt for two years and during this time, we were involved in multiple campus organizations and initiatives together. Matt was one of the most driven students on campus and in the community, constantly trying to outdo himself in order to provide benefit for not only the organizations he was involved in but also for the University as a whole. His extremely creative and innovative personality combined with his go-getter attitude made him successful in all of his endeavors. I was most impressed with his ability to motivate others and get them to be just as passionate about his activities as he was. He will be an immediate contributor from day one and will embrace the challenges and opportunities ahead of him. I would recommend Matt for any job he is interested in obtaining.”

- Ali Yousaf - Global HR Associate - Microsoft


- Charles Leadbeater

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* Is your company searching for someone who can bring a young and fresh look to your social media channels? * Is your company looking for someone with over 19 years of athletic experience /leadership (Baseball, Basketball, Lacrosse, Golf, Football) to join your team? * Does your organization need someone with proven success in Leadership, Marketing, Social Media, Community Outreach, Foundation/Philanthropy work? My name is Matt Ziance, and as a recent college graduate, I have used my time in my undergraduate studies to gain over 4 years of professional experience. I have had multiple internships and full time positions, starting from my first week as a college student at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. I want to use my real world experience to help get your organization to the top of the social media and marketing world. I am highly creative, organized and have an undeniable passion for social media and marketing. Growing up in the digital world, I have the ability to cultivate fresh and relevant campaigns that will reach the target audience, and increase engagement on all platforms. If your organization is looking for someone with years of successful and professional experience, let’s talk!

#HIRE

MATT


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