SECRETS OF A LINKEDIN One Teacher, One Year, Higher Educa tion &The Millennia l Generation What Every Student Needs To Do Now, Before, During And After College To Find Career Success.. Written By: Robyn Shulman, M.Ed.
Learn How To Stand Out Now To Be Ahead Of The Game..
The Georgetown Public Policy Institute’s Center For Education And The Workforce States... Recent College Graduates Hold The t a rate A Highest Level Of Unemployment of… Ouch…
The Most Computer And Internet Savvy Generation Who Grew Up Online..
Are Not Using Their Resources For Professional Means
Millennial Branding and StudentAdvisor.com released a survey on student career development. They Found: • Less than 1/3 of college students use Linkedin • 93% cannot articulate the meaning of personal branding • They don’t tend to blog, use professional development, or finish internships
Please Contact Robyn.. A Teacher Turned Higher Education Academic/Career Advisor..WHO TURN FOUND EDUC ED ATIONSUCCESS ON WRIT ER LINKEDIN..
She is currently designing a college level course and writing a book tocover these gaps and fill this bridge.
What Are The Outcomes Of The Course & Book?Students will learn:• Social Media: How to manage their online reputation; moving from a personal to professional social media presence (how, why and what needs to be done now)• Personal Branding: What it is and how to use it• Differentiation: How and why students need to stand out from the crowd, sell and market themselves• Networking: Using Linkedin, blogging, internships, etc.• Professional Behaviors: How to reach out to people in a professional manner
Why Robyn?• Developed, launched & managed the first graduate advising program For National Louis University• She is a certified teacher• Has supported over 2,500 college students• You can read more about her here:http://www.linkedin.com/in/robynshulman/
Robyn Was Recently Featured On Linkedin’s Corporate Blog
Robyn’s Presentation Was Viewed Over 18,000 Times &Shared Around The World (Bottom Right Hand Corner)
She Runs ED News Daily, An Online Education Based Magazine
Sources:Brooks, Katharine Brooks, Ed.D Psychology Today, http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/career-transitions/201211/college-students-social-media-and-the-job-searchGeorgetown Public Policy Institutes Center for Education andthe WorkforceMillennial Branding, a Gen Y consulting firm, andStudentAdvisor.com: Survey on Student Career DevelopmentImages:http://www.flickr.com/photos/tunheim_partners/7067975729/sizes/z/http://cac.ophony.org/2012/02/21/generation-y/