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LinkedIn Masterclass

03 November 2014

How do you make yourself visible for employers during and after your study? Many students are keen to find out the answer to this question… To help and inspire, LinkedIn and NEXT Career Services will organize a LinkedIn Masterclass on Thursday 27 November focused on tips & tricks to help you kick-start your career!

Together with a recruiter from Shell, LinkedIn will set up an interactive session, focused on tips & tricks to help you kick-start your career. During the 2 hour session they will also focus on establishing your online ‘personal brand’.

  • Marcel Molenaar from LinkedIn Benelux will talk about the ins & outs of the online professional network. How do you build a good profile and how do you get noticed by future employers? And what is a good online ‘personal brand’? It will all be shared!
  • Shell is seen as one of the top employers in the Netherlands. How do they look at graduates? What role does LinkedIn play in their recruitment process? And how do you stand out from the crowd? Elmer Schaap, Graduate Recruitment Manager Shell, shares his experience and tips and tricks.

After the session you’re invited to join us for drinks. We’ll l also set up a small photo studio, where you can have your professional LinkedIn profile picture taken.

Practical information

Date:Thursday 27 November, 12.00 - 14.00
Fee: Free

  • Academic building, Geertsemazaal
  • Broerstraat 5, 9712 CP , Groningen

Registration deadline


Register Now!

Important: If this is your first time participating in a NEXT-event, you will have to verify your account in a pop-up screen. After that you will be redirected to the NEXT-event overview. Click on 'seminars' for the registration form of LinkedIn Masterclass.

Last modified:17 February 2017 11.08 a.m.

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