Did you know, only 36% of job seekers reported using LinkedIn?! And did you know that 94% of recruiters are using LinkedIn?! (According to Jobvite)
Let’s build a bridge! I want to arm you with official LinkedIn resources to help educate and inform new job seekers on how to get the most from LinkedIn. Ready?
I think it’s time to help bridge the gap and convert more job seekers, especially college students, to LinkedIn. Now is the time to begin building a network of professional contacts and connections.
Official LinkedIn Resources for Colleges/Universities
Do you need help creating your “brand” or pimping your profile? How about how to network? You’ll find tip sheets and videos and more here!
First of all, if you are a college or university career services office, you’ll want to know about this page on LinkedIn: University You’ll know you are there when you see this
You will find tip sheets, videos and customizable presentations for both career services and students to use. This is page provides help on how to help students get the most from LinkedIn (and the career services department too)
The alumni tool is very cool. You can see where alumni live, work and what their titles are.
Career Services Webinars and Groups
From the same university home page, continue to scroll down so you don’t miss information about the webinars and LinkedIn groups for career services.
Job Search Webinars
LinkedIn has webinars on how to use their tool for job search. You have to dig deep to find them because they are located within the Premium user portion… here is the link to the no-cost live and pre-recorded webinars. You do not need to be a premium user to access this information. The majority of it applies to any user!
These are two recordings:
Job Seeker Tip Sheet
Who knew…LinkedIn has this tip sheet.
And there are more ideas and resources for getting noticed, getting connected and getting ahead here.
Hope this helps! Let me know if you have questions or ideas for future posts!