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Ellison Building, Room A002

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Want to know how social media can help you find a job? Come along to this workshop to learn the features of Twitter and LinkedIn from a recruitment perspective to help your employment prospects and maximise your online networking.

Find out how you can tailor your Twitter and LinkedIn account to your chosen industry and use your research skills to find the correct people to make connections with. You will explore case studies of successful Twitter campaigns and take part in Twitter based activities to improve your confidence using the site for your job search. We will also look at the key characteristics of a strong LinkedIn profile and receive some hints and tips to help your job search. 

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers & Employment to discuss ways of organising this, nucareers@northumbria.ac.uk 

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Ellison Building, Room A002


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