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Start using LinkedIn
Slides for VCC LinkedIn Workshops on March 23-24 2016
Tips for creating an awesome profile
Over the last decade LinkedIn has become important as an online resumé, job hunting tool and personal branding tool.
LinkedIn is the world's largest professional networking site, with more than 400 million members. It's a virtual "resume" that includes details about your education, professional interests, skills, and experience.
Why should you use LinkedIn?
More than 90 percent of recruiters use LinkedIn when hiring. It also allows you to manage your professional online identity, build your network, explore career options and view the profiles of professionals in your field.
From University at Buffalo
- Establish your professional profile and control one of the top search results for your name
- Build and maintain a broader network of professionals you can trust
- Find and reconnect with colleagues, classmates and alumni
- Learn more about companies and organizations where you'd like to work
- Discover a variety of new opportunities
LinkedIn for Students: Top 5 Profile To-Dos
How to take a great profile photo | LinkedIn
Networking for LinkedIn: Tips for Graduates
LinkedIn Groups: How and Why to Use Them
LinkedIn Student Jobs Portal
Student Jobs Portal
Search thousands of student internships and jobs for graduates on LinkedIn.
Watch more about LinkedIn!
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Mari Paz Vera
Subjects: Building Management
, CACE: Community and Career Education
, Career & Job Hunting
, Leadership & Management Skills
, Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) & Math
, Student Success
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