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  • 1. Job Search 2.0
  • 2. Today’s Agenda Today you will be provided the opportunity to create a professional network, build a more dynamic resume, and establish a career portfolio. We will be learning about three Web 2.0 Tools that may help you stand out above other candidates.
  • 3. Overview of Web 2.0 Tools Today we will be discussing  LinkedIn  Re.Vu  Weebly
  • 4. Their Mission: connect the world's professionals to make them more productive and successful.
  • 5. Primary Features
  • 6. Profile Similar to Traditional Resume • Experience • Education • Skills • Endorsement • Certifications • References – Will be used to build network
  • 7. Network Consider Contacting- Former or Current: Supervisors Colleagues Professors/Teachers Coaches Clergy Anyone else?!?
  • 8. Networking • When building an employment network, it is important to contact anyone who may be familiar with you or your work ethic. • The larger the network the more people aware of your skill set, and aware of your need for employment.
  • 9. “Modern technology makes it possible to design a dynamic, interactive, and visual resume that is significantly more effective at representing the whole person than a common resume alone.”
  • 10. Primary Features
  • 11. Holistic An opportunity to see the “whole person” • Experience • Education • Skills • Pastimes • Long Term Goals
  • 12. Holistic Experience Skills An opportunity to see the whole person. Interests Education
  • 13. Holistic Experience Skills An opportunity to see the whole person. Interests Education
  • 14. Holistic Experience Skills An opportunity to see the whole person. Interests Education
  • 15. Visual Appeal The Re.Vu interface is visually appealing Users can customize Bar Graphs Icons Pie Charts Logos

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