[ivie] Fw: Hadley eConnect, January 20, 2012
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Seminars at Hadley Presents: Networking with LinkedIn Part 2
Date: Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Time: 2:00 PM CST, 20:00 GMT
LinkedIn is the most popular professional networking site. LinkedIn helps people
to stay in touch with business partners, develop new business contacts, look for
jobs and participate in online discussions. In Part 2, Director of the Hadley School
for the Blind’s Forsythe Center for Entrepreneurship Tom Babinszki will show you
how to get the most out of this site. LinkedIn is one of the most accessible social
networking applications, and it takes networking to a new level. Tom will show you
how to use it to meet people you need to be in touch with, and how to use it to be
of service to your contacts.
Join Seminars at Hadley as Tom provides further information on utilizing LinkedIn to
help you in your networking efforts.
This seminar will be moderated by Larry Muffett, a member of Hadley’s Curricular
Affairs team. A question and answer period will be included as part of the seminar.
Space in this seminar is limited. Please only register if you know you are available
to attend so that others are not closed out.
To register for the "Networking with LinkedIn Part 2" seminar on January 24, follow this link.
Next Upcoming Seminar...
Seminars at Hadley Presents:
Operation Mission Vision - A Return to Normalcy Through Sports and Physical Activity
Date: Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Time: 10:00 AM CST, 16:00 GMT
To learn more about the "Operation Mission Vision - A Return to Normalcy Through Sports and Physical Activity" seminar on February 1 and register, follow this link.
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