Get Linked In: How to Get Connected with LinkedIn - Part 1

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library - Central Library

Get Linked In: How to Get Connected with LinkedIn - Part 1

Saturday, April 14, 2012, 2 p.m.

Want to know more about LinkedIn?

Millions of people are using LinkedIn to stay connected with their professional networks. If you're not sure what LinkedIn is, this workshop is for you. No social media experience required. This workshop (Get LinkedIn - Part 1) is required in order to participate in the Part 2 workshop (Leveraging the Power of LinkedIn), scheduled on Saturday, April 21, 2012.

Instructor: R. Foster (see brief description of credentials below)
Computer Lab, Room 311

We'll start from the beginning and discuss:
  • What LinkedIn is and why you should use it
  • How to create a great personal profile
  • How you can use it to build the relationships that are key to your success
  • Tips and techniques for LinkedIn best practices
  • LinkedIn tools and applications
At the end of this two-hour workshop you will be able to:
  • Update and manage your LinkedIn profile
  • Connect with your colleagues, prospects and recruiters
  • Use LinkedIn tools and applications
  • Add LinkedIn to your social media portfolio
Course Prerequisites:
  • Basic computer navigational skills and Internet knowledge are required.
  • Optional: Please bring your photo and resume on a USB flash drive.

This workshop is presented by Romona Foster, a well-trained administrative and technical consultant and computer trainer.  She teaches e-mail marketing, social media marketing, and beginner, intermediate and advanced computer classes. As a consultant, Romona provides administrative support services, software training, administrative support training and remote technical support to small and home-based businesses, consultants and administrative professionals.

Add to Calendar 14-04-2012 14:00:00 14-04-2012 15:00:00 Get Linked In: How to Get Connected with LinkedIn - Part 1 Want to know more about LinkedIn?Millions of people are using LinkedIn to stay connected with their professional networks. If you're not sure what LinkedIn is, this workshop is for you. No social media experience required. This workshop (Get LinkedIn - Part 1) is required in order to participate in the Part 2 workshop (Leveraging the Power of LinkedIn), scheduled on Saturday, April 21, 2012.Instructor: R. Foster (see brief description of credentials below)Computer Lab, Room 311We'll start from the beginning and discuss:What LinkedIn is and why you should use itHow to create a great personal profileHow you can use it to build the relationships that are key to your successTips and techniques for LinkedIn best practicesLinkedIn tools and applicationsAt the end of this two-hour workshop you will be able to:Update and manage your LinkedIn profileConnect with your colleagues, prospects and recruitersUse LinkedIn tools and applicationsAdd LinkedIn to your social media portfolioCourse Prerequisites:Basic computer navigational skills and Internet knowledge are required.Optional: Please bring your photo and resume on a USB flash drive.This workshop is presented by Romona Foster, a well-trained administrative and technical consultant and computer trainer.  She teaches e-mail marketing, social media marketing, and beginner, intermediate and advanced computer classes. As a consultant, Romona provides administrative support services, software training, administrative support training and remote technical support to small and home-based businesses, consultants and administrative professionals. false DD/MM/YYYY