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Presented By: Alice Camuti of Tennessee Technological University - Career Services

Presented By: Alice Camuti of Tennessee Technological University - Career Services

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  • Here is an example of a good student profile.
  • Another place to browse job listings is inside groups that you belong to. Remember also that LinkedIn group members can post job listings to one another. Check out the Jobs pages of any and every group you belong to – yet another reason to become active in LinkedIn groups and receive regular group updates! And, many alums have a preference for people who went to the same school, so sometimes you have a better chance applying for a job posted in your alumni network.
  • Before we break for another round of questions, here are three suggestions for what you can do as soon as you sign off of this webinar to get started making the most of LinkedIn.
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  • LinkedIn 101 Dr. Alice CamutiVersion 1.07.2011
  • How LinkedIn WorksYour Friends’ FriendsYour FriendsYour Friends’ Friends’ Friends
  • Latin America3%Other0%North America61%Europe24%Asia8%Africa1%Middle East1%Oceania2%Who Uses LinkedIn?•120 million+ professionals•Over 150 industries•Executives from everyFortune 500 firm•6.5 million+ students•9 million+ recent college grads•37,000 college and universityalumni groups•People are joining LinkedIn at arate faster than 2 new membersper second!
  • “It’s no longer enough to simply have a solidresume. Students now need a professionalonline presence.”- Holly Paul, US Recruiting LeaderPricewaterhouseCoopers
  • 1. Build a Professional Online Presence
  • 2. Connect in a Meaningful Way withAlumni and Other “Warm” Contacts
  • How to develop a great onlinepresence
  • The 5 Golden Rules of StudentLinkedIn Profiles1. Professional photo of student alone2. Headline with area of study and/or career ambitions3. Keyword-rich summary that includes type ofpositions student is seeking4. Inclusion of volunteer activities, internships andextra curriculars5. Recommendations from professors, advisors,internships
  • Promote Your LinkedIn Profile:Email Signature Line------------------------------Jane DoeNational Company, Inc.Ph: (800) 555-1234Fax: (800) 555-5678Jane.Doe@National.comConnect with me on LinkedIn:www.linkedin.com/in/JaneDoe
  • Promote Your LinkedIn Profile:Status Updates
  • Networking on LinkedIn
  • Step 1:Connect with Friends & Family
  • Degrees of Connection
  • Step 2:Connect with Alumni and industry members
  • Industry Groups
  • Subscribe to Group Updates
  • Step 3:Build and Maintain New Connections
  • BEFORE AFTER
  • Writing a Connection Request
  • Requesting Introductions
  • Your LinkedIn Connection Strategy• Connect with people you know and trust• Friends & family• Former colleagues & classmates• Fellow group members• New contacts• It’s okay to “Archive” (ignore) requests• Quality is better than quantity
  • How to find your dreamjob/internship on LinkedIn
  • 2. Explore Opportunities with Organizationsthat Don’t Recruit on Campus
  • • PR Coordinator at Major League Baseball• Baseball Operations Intern at Pittsburgh Pirates• Marketing Trainee at Atlanta Braves• Sports Business Lawyer• Athletic Academic Advisor• Ambassador of Fun for the Sussex Skyhawks Baseball Team
  • 3. Find Job Listings by Keyword
  • www.linkedin.com/studentjobs
  • 4. Find Job Postings Inside Groups
  • “Where do I start?”
  • Do this now!1. Go to Linkedin.com and sign up2. Start connecting to people by importing yourcontacts3. Start filling out your profile
  • 5. Network Your Way Into a Company
  • Always Say Thank You
  • Ongoing Career Benefits of LinkedIn• Maintain a strong online professional presence• Status updates• Commenting in group discussions• Answering questions• Research companies, clients, customers, peopleyou’re meeting, etc.• Advanced search• Give and receive “small goods”• Status updates• Group updates
  • Calls to Action1. Complete your LinkedIn profile to 100%1. Upload your current contacts and sendconnection requests2. Join your alumni group on LinkedIn
  • Questions?