LinkedIn - 4 November
04 November 2019 14:00 till 17:00 - Location: TU DELFT CAMPUS
How to use LinkedIn for networking & job searching
LinkedIn is an important tool in every jobseeker’s toolkit. Many employers and recruiters search for new talent on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network. If you’re currently looking for your next job, it is critical to take the time to build your LinkedIn profile, add to your connections, and effectively use them to aid your job search. The more complete your LinkedIn profile, the greater your chances of being found and contacted by an employer.
By the end of this workshop you will learn how to:
- create an appealing LinkedIn profile targeted towards your ideal employer
- research jobs on LinkedIn
- approach contacts, recruiters and hiring managers
Make sure to have an accessible LinkedIn account and to bring your own laptop for this interactive workshop.
International partners of TU Delft employees who are interested in learning how to use LinkedIn to secure their next job.
The workshop is scheduled from 14.00 – 17.00. The exact dates are published on the Events Calendar.
TU Delft Campus. Exact location details will be announced to participants after enrolment, at least 7 days before the workshop takes place.
The workshop is delivered in English.
Margaret Welten joined the Technical University of Delft in 2015 as Career Counsellor. With a MSc in Career Coaching, she delivers personalised coaching and workshops. She helps individuals to take stock of their strengths, values and interests and define what's needed in terms of achieving their career aspirations. Margaret has over 20 year experience as a professional HR Business Partner in national and multi-national companies. Being of Scottish origin, Margaret relocated to The Netherlands in 2009 so she fully understands the challenges working and living in an international environment brings.
Claire Visée has been a Career Counsellor's at the TU Delft Career Centre since 2014. As a TU Delft alum, she understands what it means to be an engineer and what it entails to enter today's labour market. She is also the lead contact in account management for the Career Centre with international and national companies. Before joining the Career Centre Claire worked in Australia and Europe for a major brand in social entrepreneurship. Part of her key values is to contribute to social voluntary organisations and she is currently board member of a local initiative.
The workshop is free of charge for partners of TU Delft employees.
How to register? You can sign up here. We have limited spots available, deadline for registration is 5 days prior to the event. If you can’t make it or if you have any other questions, please send an email to Events-ComingtoDelftServices@tudelft.nl.