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Thursday, April 24, 2014
1—2 p.m. ET
Career Level: Basic-, intermediate-, and advanced-level careerservices professionals
Competency: Intervention, design, and implementation
Fee: $119 (member); $199 (nonmember) per session;
$300 (member—entire series); $550 (nonmember—entire series).
Attendees may register for specific sessions individually or register for the entire Career Counselor’s Guide series, which includes:
Did you know that Instagram and Pinterest can aid students in connecting with career opportunities? Do you want to know how you can help develop your students’ personal branding using social media? Are you familiar with the ways in which employers and recruiters use Instagram and Pinterest?
Join Shannon Kelly, author of “The Career Counselor’s Guide to Pinterest and the Job Search,” to learn how students can leverage Pinterest and Instagram in their professional endeavors. These visual networks provide students a unique opportunity to learn about and connect with employers, especially in the creative design and communication industries. Participants will learn about the industries predominately found on Pinterest and Instagram, and how organizations leverage the networks to recruit. As part of a broad online strategy, Pinterest and Instagram offer students a means to showcase their skills and experiences through images to get noticed by employers. Learn how to discuss the visual element of an online strategy with students and how these platforms interact with Facebook and Twitter.
Following this program, you will be able
How You Will Learn
During this one-hour webinar, the presenter will deliver a synchronized audio and PowerPoint presentation. Participants will have time for live Q&A throughout the program and may be asked to contribute opinions or feedback via live chat, virtual polling, and other mechanisms.
About the Presenter
Shannon Kelly, Associate Director, Penn Career Services, University of Pennsylvania
Shannon Kelly has been with Penn Career Services since 2007. She is a contributing writer to the NACE Spotlight Tech Talk column, an author of NACE’s “Career Counselor’s Guide to Social Media and the Job Search,” and received the 2012 NACE award for Innovation Excellence in Technology for Penn’s Day in the Life program on Twitter, @PennCareerDay. She has been named a top “Gen Y Careerist to Follow on Twitter” on Brazen Careerist and is co-chair of the EACE Technology Committee. She has spoken at colleges and universities on the subject of social media and careers, and served as a co-keynote speaker for MCUCSA in 2013.
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