Demonstration: LinkedIn Profile Tips for Job Search

Wednesday, 12/2/2020
10:00 - 11:30
Virtual Library
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San Francisco, CA 94102
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Some say LinkedIn is as important as your resume. Others say it is more important. We do know that recruiters are looking at LinkedIn every day to find or vet candidates. Let’s talk about: Your photo; Headline; Summary/About section; sections of the Profile that you might not know exist.

 

The Presenter:

David G. Robins is the Senior Instructor – Job Search Accelerator (JSA) Program at JVS-San Francisco. He has been an instructor in job search skills for over 10 years and is also a Career Advisor. Robins' background includes experience in large multi-national companies, small and medium size companies, non-profits and government. He earned his certificate as a Certified Professional in Learning & Performance (CPLP) from the international Association of Talent Development. Originally from Brooklyn, Robins lived 29 years in San Francisco before moving to Oakland. He loves to spend time singing and watching TV, sometimes too much TV.

 

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