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Join us for our Next Facebook Live, How to use LinkedIn to build a Career of Impact

Craig Zelizer

October 1, 2018

As part of our Social Change Career Helping Line,the world’s first crowd & expert sourced helping for Careers in Change, we’ve started doing weekly Facebook Live sessions called “Lets Talk About Careers in Change“.

???Our next Facebook Live which will take place this coming October 2, at NOON EST and the topic is How to have use LinkedIn to Advance a Career of Impact.

There are a myriad of tools that anyone starting or advancing a career of needs to use on a regular basis. One of the most critical in the 21st century is LinkedIn, which has become one of the key professional online networks in the world with over 500 million members. Knowing how to use LinkedIn effectively is becoming increasingly essential. This means not only checking the network when one is looking for a job, but as a resource to build a network of purpose that can be invaluable in one's career and advancing collective impact. In our next session we will talk about why most professionals and students should be on LinkedIn, how to effectively use the network (and turn online connections into professional relationships), some key tips for how to be more impactful online and much more.

???See you Tuesday for our #letstalkaboutcareers#career  #socialchange #socialimpact #networking #hired #job #impact #LinkedIn

All you need to is join our Social Change Career Helping Line be online at the time of the session. Participants can put forward their own questions as well as share your own insights & experiences.

The session will also be recorded and viewable in the Social Change Career Helping Line.

Videos from past sessions and tons of insights from our amazing community can be found in the group.

The Social Change Career Helping Line is Powered by Rotary’s Peace Fellowship program
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