Now is the ideal time to make connections with past, current and future clients, coworkers and potential employers. Companies are still hiring, and once things get back to a more normal state, we’ll see a real difference between those who continued to reach out and network, and those who did not, in terms of career […]
Gain an edge in life towards your next career. Visit the Athlete Network website for networking opportunities and networking events.
Networking, or making connections, is an important skill and can benefit you greatly in your job search process (and throughout your career!) Watch two Career Coaches chat about how you can continue connecting with folks and honing your networking skills in a virtual environment.
We’ve broken networking and meeting social contacts down into easy steps. View our roadmap to manage all your networking situations.
LinkedIn is a great resource to use even as a student. Find out what a student profile looks like on LinkedIn so you can begin networking and connect to classmates and potential contacts for the future.
Find out how to build a great profile and check that you’ve covered it in LinkedIn.
Networking isn’t a four letter word, but it could be summed up by one. Talk.
Talking about yourself can be hard. Learn how to create an elevator pitch to sell yourself.
An overview of what LinkedIn can do for students. LinkedIn has developed great tools to get you noticed.
Welcome to LinkedIn. Link up with other professionals or start networking today.
Set aside 15 minutes to lock in your elevator pitch and wow your potential employer.
Shrink your networking down to a business card. Read this article to learn how.