LinkedIn is not for everyone, and you may have heard that it is on its way out. If you are listening to this advice you are missing out on an opportunity and possibly being passed over for interviews.
LinkedIn has over 467 million users, 133 million in the US, there are over 39 million recent grads. According to Joshua Waldman, author of Job Searching with Social Media for Dummies, there are over 60k in government administration, 23k in civil engineering, 25k in renewables and energy, 34k in biotechnology, 84k in construction, 86k in oil and energy, and 228k in staffing and recruiting positions. You can decide if you think LinkedIn is a good place to be during your job search.
Leveraging LinkedIn for Environmental Careers is the 3rd in a monthly coaching series in 2018. This episode features guest speaker, Michelle Burdick, an experienced career coach who is also on the board of the Michigan Career Development Association.
Who is it for?
Anyone graduating in the next semester or two who plans to look for an internship or job in an environmental field.
Any recent grad who is currently seeking a job in the environmental field.
Any working professional who is looking to either change jobs within the environmental field or break into the environmental field.
What will you learn?
How to make your LinkedIn profile effective
Which settings are important to check
How to use LinkedIn's features to network
How to use LinkedIn in your job search
Science & tech
Science & tech
Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 6:00 PM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Past President of the Tampa Bay Association of Environmental Professionals
Founder of The Environmental Career Coach
Leader of the Women in STEM Environmental Careers in Tampa since 2015
13 years experience in Environmental Science...
Michelle Burdick is a Career Counselor with her own private practice, she teaches college students how to learn about themselves and find their dream jobs, and is on the board of the Michigan Career Development Association. Prior to helping people...