Stand-Out Among the In-Crowd: Writing for “In”fluence on LinkedIn for Graduate Students

Jan 19, 2022, 4:00 pm5:30 pm
Online Event
Event Description
Did you know that LinkedIn is so much more than just the world’s largest professional networking site?With 4 posts every 2 seconds, its more than 590 million users write and share everything from profiles to posts to presentations to blogs on this influential social media platform. Learn how to develop a strategic yet authentic online presence that will “in”form and “in”spire others within your field or community – and help you share your own unique skills and story. BONUS: Receive a free professional headshot photo.

What to expect:
Single workshop (one-off workshop – 2 hours total)

Meet the facilitators:
Sarah Viner is the Customer Success Manager at LinkedIn Learning. In this role, she consults with large universities and academic institutions to help them use LinkedIn Learning to address their learning goals. she partnered with GradFUTURES to help graduate students develop professionally and personally, close skill gaps, build critical connections-- and social capital. She's also part of the cross-functional team at LinkedIn helping to shape the LinkedIn Learning product through user feedback and experience.

Eva Kubu is the inaugural Associate Dean for Graduate Student Professional Development and Director of GradFUTURES®, a campus-wide initiative led by the Graduate School to ensure that professional development is an intrinsic and transformative part of graduate education at Princeton. She leads the efforts of the Graduate School in developing a comprehensive and integrated model of professional development to engage all graduate students and prepare them with the skills and competencies needed for career success across all fields of endeavor. Dean Kubu has offered this program to multiple academic and industry audiences.
She will co-facilitate with an expert from LinkedIn (name and bio to be announced soon).

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