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Social Media Bootcamp: Get Noticed on LinkedIn, Twitter, & More
February 8, 2016 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
At a Glance
Free, live, virtual workshop focused on how to use social media platforms to network online, showcase your work, and get noticed by employers, plus a live Q&A with our Brand & Partnerships Manager, Andrea Velázquez.
Social media makes it easy to meet new people, learn from your role models, and make your work discoverable. But there are so many different platforms, and so much content you can put out there. How do you build social media profiles that tell your story and catch the attention of people who matter? In this workshop, you’ll learn to:
- Write a Twitter bio that gets across who you are
- Put together a LinkedIn header that recruiters will want to click on
- Put out the right content on the right platforms
- Build a following of people in your industry
- Fill your news feeds with content that will advance your career
- Network and meet new people online
This free virtual workshop will be held by none other than our fabulous and fearless leader, Emily Miethner.
The presentation will last about 45 minutes, followed by a 15 minute Q&A.
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“Looking for an internship in New York while being in Florida could be seen as a daunting task with so much distance, but FindSpark has made it so easy. Connecting with companies and other interns alike has been made easily accessible to people, even when not in the same state, through their virtual workshops as well as Twitter chats.”