Demystifying LinkedIn: How to Create a Profile and Network for Business Success
Wednesday, April 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
April 18, 2018 @ 12:00 PM FREE
Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ St0oIFOwSRGv48rEArRrTA
Co-Sponsors: Business & Entrepreneurship DSN, Doing What Matter Initiative
Are you overwhelmed by LinkedIn?
Are you interested in using LinkedIn to network and meet professionals?
Are you unsure whether your LinkedIn profile is complete and professional?
Is LinkedIn a good platform for you?
LinkedIn has hundreds of millions of members from more than 200 countries, including executives from all Fortune 500 companies. While you may use Facebook to connect with friends, family and colleagues, LinkedIn is built for professional networking. It’s easy to build a profile, but then what? We’ll unlock some LinkedIn tools, go over some profile basic and tips, and discover the vast professional network LinkedIn offers.
• LinkedIn profile dos and don’ts
• Tips for networking via LinkedIn
• Training and certification opportunities via LinkedIn
• Global reach via LinkedIn
• Marketing on LinkedIn
This is a class for LinkedIn beginners who are looking to use the platform as a tool to grow their professional network. It is recommended that attendees have a LinkedIn account.
Presented By: Angela Cordell, the Deputy Sector Navigator (DSN) of Business and Entrepreneurship for the Far Northern California, hosted at Shasta College. As DSN, Ms. Cordell works with industry partners to identify skill gaps and workforce needs, manages one of the region’s SB1402 grants and supports Strong Workforce grant activity. Ms. Cordell holds a BA in Public Relations and a minor in Women’s Studies from CSU, Chico and is currently a candidate for an MBA in International Business from Northcentral University.
Ms. Cordell began her career in Sacramento in 2005 and has since worked with clients throughout the state, helping them develop and strategize new programs, products and services. In 2016, she became the Far North Deputy Sector Navigator of Global Trade and Logistics and the Director of The Far North Center for International Trade Development, based at Feather River College.