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LinkedIn: How to get the most out of LinkedIn

November 08, 2013
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On LinkedIn? Now what? How to get the most out of LinkedIn

Join Lisa Dalla Vecchia from the Beedie School of Business as she helps you review your profile, identify ways to enhance it, and helps you improve it so that your profile really work for you. You'll also learn other aspects of using LinkedIn, such as:

  • Job searching
  • Identifying career paths
  • Connecting the right way and building your network
  • Endorsements and referrals
  • Showing off your expertise

Date: Thursday, November 21, 2013
Time: 11 am–12:30 pm
Location: West Mall Centre, WMC 3510, Burnaby campus

If you are not on LinkedIn, please create an account before attending this session. Come with your laptops (or handheld devices) so that you can assess your current LinkedIn profile and determine if it needs improvement.

About Lisa Dalla Vecchia
Lisa has worked at the Beedie School of Business for 6+ years. As Manager, Alumni & Career Communications, she uses public relations, social media marketing, and an integrated marketing communications approach to build engagement for key stakeholders (including alumni and corporate community). She has extensive experience using LinkedIn and understands the power of this platform from a personal, business, career, and alumni perspective. Lisa has her Mini MBA in Social Media Marketing from Rutgers University, is HootSuite Certified, has earned the Global Career Development Facilitator designation, and continues her professional development through SFU's Business Communication & Professional Writing Program.

For any questions about the event, please contact Sue Hampton, shampton@sfu.ca.

The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
The Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Scholars (CAPS), in collaboration with Mitacs, released the results  last week from the national postdoctoral survey. You can read more here (and find a link to the survey results), in an article from University Affairs:  http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/the-needs-of-postdocs-continue-to-be-ignored 
 
Mitacs would like to invite you to a presentation at SFU Burnaby campus on, Tuesday, October 15th from 10am--11:30am, to share with you some of the results from that survey. They also have plans to discuss their upcoming Elevate postdoctoral fellowship competition, with a November 19th deadline: http://www.mitacs.ca/elevate
 
Refreshments will be provided. The presentation will be held in West Mall Centre (WMC) 2200. If you are plan to attend, please RSVP to postdoc@sfu.ca
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