Learn how to get the most out of LinkedIn to start your career, whether or not you have previous work experience.
- [Instructor] As a student, you're in an exciting chapter of your life, but also a stressful one. You're likely starting to plan out your career path, search for jobs, build a professional network and continue to stay up to date in the industry that you're passionate about. If this is the case, you've come to the right place. LinkedIn is a powerful platform that can help you to achieve all of these. I'm Oliver Schinkton, staff instructor at LinkedIn Learning, and I'm excited to teach this course. Now I completely understand that LinkedIn can seem daunting and difficult at first. I really do. My goal in this course, however, is to walk you through the process of setting up a great LinkedIn profile that will stand out, and to also explore some of the things that you can do to leverage LinkedIn, such as networking, staying informed on industry news and trends. You can use it to communicate and connect with people, find and apply for jobs, do research for interviews, strengthen your digital footprint and much more. I hope that you're dreaming big and beginning to set goals on how you can be successful in your career ahead. I'm confident that LinkedIn can help you to achieve these goals, and I'm excited to share some tips and strategies on how you can utilize it better. Let's get started.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Create a LinkedIn Profile
2. Strengthen Your Profile
3. Build Your LinkedIn Network
4. Using LinkedIn Day-to-Day
5. Manage Account Settings
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