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LinkedIn Level-Up: Developing Your LinkedIn Profile for Ultimate Visibility!

Contributed by Kerry Spitze on 04/22/19 

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LinkedIn Level-Up is the final installment of Career Services and Express Employment's monthly Professional Development Series. Lauren Markon (IC Alumna and Owner of Career Connections, NJ) will be working with you on crafting your LinkedIn profile to be professional, competitive, and in line with YOUR personal brand.



For many professionals, their LinkedIn profile is the first link that shows up in the Google search. Whether you are in the job market or not, you cannot afford to be without a LinkedIn profile. A professionally written LinkedIn profile serves as your branding statement and introduction to the professional world. With over 400 million subscribers, LinkedIn is the social network where professionals converge. If you are in the market for a job, having a professionally crafted LinkedIn profile is a must!

What will be covered in this session?

  • What should a LinkedIn Profile consist of and how does it differ from my resume?
  • Do photos and professional headlines really matter?
  • Should I ask for Recommendations?
  • Do I really need 500+ connections?
  • What should my Career Summary say?
  • How can I improve my profile so recruiters can find me?
  • Where and how do I upload my resume?



WHEN:   Tuesday, April 30; 12:05-1:00 P.M.


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Kerry Spitze at or (607) 274-1723. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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