Job Search 2.0 featuring John Hill

Academics, Alumni & Giving, Student Life

By: Mark Osborne

File Under: center for ethical leadership, job search, linkedin

Discussions of Leadership Speaker Series Presents CURRENTS: Job Search 2.0

Time:    12 – 12:50 p.m.
Date:     Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Place:    Corona Room
             Seton Hall
             Mount St. Joseph University
             5701 Delhi Road
             Cincinnati, Ohio 45233

 

Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to learn the best practices and strategies for personally utilizing LinkedIn to brand and market yourself online, how to network with alumni and professionals in your field, and how to leverage your brand and network in your job search. Our speaker, Jon Hill, helped build the suite of Higher Education products for LinkedIn and is currently working to build the largest entrepreneurial network in the world.

Seating is limited! To register, please visit: https://currents-fall2016.eventbrite.com.
 

How to build your network while you're still in college: The power of relationships
Relationships matter and John Hill will help students and alumni play off university affiliation to create opportunities. He will give the inside scoop on the networking power of LinkedIn. 
 

John Hill bio:
Traded one passion for another which led me to leave Michigan State University to become the Higher Education Evangelist at LinkedIn. Did it one more time moving from LinkedIn to become the Network Catalyst for Techstars, which supports the world’s most promising entrepreneurs throughout their lifelong journey, from inspiration to IPO. I have a thing for cool work titles. I also believe "changing the world" can be more than hyperbole. Building relationships and connecting people with opportunity are at my core. I rely heavily on online and offline networks to facilitate each. I am young, smart and global at heart, MSU by passion and driven by nature. I've presented at over 100 conferences in 16 countries, helped build the suite of Higher Education products for LinkedIn and am currently working to build the largest entrepreneurial network in the world.

 For questions about the event, please contact Tim Bryant, Ph.D. in the Center for Ethical Leadership, 513-244-4504, tim.bryant@msj.edu