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Securing a Graduate Role or Work Experience Using LinkedIn

Ellison Building, Room A002


LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network and contains the profiles of over 81,000 Northumbria graduates as well as thousands of employers.  Find out how to network with them and how you can use the site to explore job options and to improve your application performance.

Learn how to make your LinkedIn profile grab an employer’s attention through search optimisation. We will explore the advanced networking features to help you successfully find a job and prepare for any recruitment process around the world.  You will also hear from students who have successfully used the site to secure work experience and will hear their top tips on how you can use the site day to day to develop a professional brand and improve your commercial awareness. 

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers & Employment to discuss ways of organising this, 

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Ellison Building, Room A002


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