We want who you are to align with what you do, and LinkedIn is a first step to help you get there. In this session you will learn our best practice recommendations for building an all-star profile that tells your professional story as a graduate student. You will walk away armed with the knowledge to
- build a profile that attracts attention
- expand your network
- search and apply for jobs
- publish content on LinkedIn
- connect with Alumni and/or other professionals in your discipline
- acquire new skills with LinkedIn Learning
- and more…
Register for the November 10 webinar today!
Please note that this course is not intended to cover the basic mechanics of setting up a LinkedIn profile. If you are new to LinkedIn and want to familiarize yourself before the session, check out the course Learning LinkedIn for Students.
Bring your curiosity and your questions to this interactive session.
Early access to the session’s handouts can be found here.
Bio: Jen Jortner Cassidy is a Customer Success Manager at LinkedIn and is focused specifically on supporting LinkedIn Learning for colleges and universities. She is passionate about learning and ensuring that faculty, staff, and students get the most out of the services that LinkedIn offers. Jen holds a master’s degree in Adult and Organizational Learning from Suffolk University and a graduate certificate in Mindfulness Studies from Lesley University. She has worked remotely from the Boston area for close to a decade and believes that every day of life is an opportunity to learn and supports her learning habit with meditation and yoga, travel, time outside, and by visiting off-the-beaten path coffee shops.