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Learn More About LinkedIn

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Are you interested in networking with Marian University alumni? Would you like to help current students and recent graduates make important business connections that will help them start their careers? Then you'll want to join LinkedIn, an online profess
Are you interested in networking with Marian University alumni? Would you like to help current students and recent graduates make important business connections that will help them start their careers? Then you'll want to join LinkedIn, an online professional networking community.   LinkedIn is a business-oriented social networking site with over 60 million users worldwide. But don’t worry about becoming lost in it, LinkedIn allows you to connect with former classmates and colleagues as well as current contacts (and, like Facebook, will even find those people for you). You can join groups as well, including the Marian University (formerly Marian College) group. This will enable you to connect with Marian University alumni, students, and faculty members, as well as join subgroups in your field or area of interest. You can participate in discussions, browse the jobs postings, and explore links to interesting news articles. It’s a great way to connect with other alumni, network, and job search. In addition, our LinkedIn group will allow you to help our Marian University students and recent graduates, as they will be joining the group looking for advice, guidance, and mentoring as they transition from college to career. What better way to maximize the advantages of being part of the Marian University community and pay it forward at the same time? For more information about LinkedIn and the LinkedIn Marian University group, visitwww.linkedin.com/groups?gid=149247&trk=myg_ugrp_ovr.
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