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Gear Up for Your Upcoming Internship or Job: Learn How to Network and Get Things Done

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Interested in learning how to setup and get the most out of your LinkedIn profile? Looking to gain insight into successfully managing projects in the workplace? Get the most out of your upcoming internship or job with this pair of student workshops that focus on tools and skills you will use in the professional world.

Networking Using LinkedIn Workshop
Friday, April 13th
3:30-5:00 PM
Rocky 001, Rockefeller Center

This student workshop co-sponsored by Dartmouth Career Services and led by Assistant Directors Jesse Wingate and Kate Yee is focused on helping students to create and capitalize on their LinkedIn profiles. The workshop will address how this online personalized résumé can be a vital tool to build your professional network and present yourself as an immaculate professional when potential employers Google your name. 
RSVP required. Sign up now for the Networking Using LinkedIn Workshop.

Project Management Workshop
Saturday, April 14th
12:00-1:30 PM
Class of 1930 Room, Rockefeller Center

This student workshop, led by Karen Liot Hill, an at-large City Councilor in the City of Lebanon, NH, will present effective planning and organizational techniques on how to successfully manage a professional project. Two concepts, backwards planning and Gantt charts, will be defined and applied in this interactive session. Skills acquired in this workshop will be indispensable for executing assignments in an internship or job setting.
RSVP required. Sign up now for the Project Management Workshop.

The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences