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Workshop: LinkedIn for Job Search, Part 2

Monday, 2/28/2022
4:00 - 5:15

There’s no question that in today’s tough environment, LinkedIn is as important as ever in your job search and career goals. Building a strong profile is just the first step, however. This workshop shows you how to use LinkedIn to grow and maintain a high quality professional network that will help you get connected to the right people to achieve your goals. This is Part 2 of a three-part series presented by Shari Tishman.   

Shari Tishman has been teaching LinkedIn for Job Search workshops for eight years, and has leveraged LinkedIn for professional networking to find new jobs for herself and hire others.  

Connect: Shari Tishman - LinkedIn 

An ongoing series of virtual programs focused on supporting job and career seekers, personal finance needs and small business resources.

This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

Attending Programs

Questions about the program or problems registering? Contact For accommodations (such as ASL interpretation or captioning), call (415) 557-4400 or contact Requesting at least 72 hours in advance will help ensure availability.

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