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3 basic tips for using LinkedIn

To get started, you only have to put a little in to get so much out. See fellow member Jess’ top tips so you too can create a standout profile, build your LinkedIn network, and open doors to new opportunities.

Danielle’s Story

At school Danielle always knew that computers were her thing. But as a self-confessed shopaholic she never thought she could merge her technical skills with her personal passion for fashion. See how she discovered her perfect role at ASOS.

Create a Top Student Profile on LinkedIn

Creating a strong profile on LinkedIn is one of the most important things to get right. It’s much more than a traditional CV, as it’s always online, where potential employers are looking to discover the right person for the right opportunity. These tips will help you stand out from the crowd and represent who you are and what you’re interested in.

Build Relationships on LinkedIn

When it comes to forging a great career, relationships matter, and it’s important to start with your immediate network, like your colleagues at university. Over time, you’ll realize it’s not only who you know, but who your connections known that can make all the difference. So, when it comes to apply for that dream internship or job, you’ll be amazed the mutual connections you’ll already have to make that first introduction.

LinkedIn can help you find a job or an internship – and get it.

LinkedIn is the destination for students and recent grads to find internships and jobs. From creating a profile to tips on speaking with recruiters to interviewing advice, this SlideShare will introduce you to all the tools and assets offered to students on LinkedIn to get you your internship or job.

Learn and Share Career Knowledge on LinkedIn

LinkedIn operates the world’s largest professional network on the Internet with more than 332 million members in over 200 countries and territories. When it comes to inspiration and advice, there’s tons of global industry leaders on LinkedIn to follow, to learn from, and to start a conversation with. These tips will help you understand some of our best practices on giving and receiving career advice.

Guide Your Career Path Using LinkedIn’s Alumni Tool

Did you know LinkedIn can assist you with choosing which university to attend, and which courses to study by seeing what other alumni and professionals have done before? Have you ever wondered which companies have hired graduates specific to your university or your field of study? These tips will help you best use LinkedIn’s alumni tools so you can be great at what you do.

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