Using LinkedIn for Networking
Thursday, August 14, 2014
12:00 p.m. EDT
On Thursday, August 14 at 12:00 (EDT), the Albion College Office of Alumni Engagement, Career and Internship Center, and Dr. Andy Boyan will be presenting on the topic of using LinkedIn for professional networking and job searches.
Topics will include
- How to get started on LinkedIn
- Dos and Don'ts for networking on LinkedIn
- New and interesting ways to use LinkedIn
- Current research information regarding LinkedIn
Whether you're already on LinkedIn or just thinking of starting to use it, this webinar is sure to be helpful for your job search!
Please note there is limited capacity for this webinar. If necessary, an additional webinar will be scheduled and registrants contacted. If you have questions about this webinar or other Career and Internship Center offerings, please contact the Center at 517/629-0332 or
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