TAGS: social media
Over the past decade, social networks have revolutionized the way we communicate. The career development and recruiting process is no stranger to this, as we have all seen shifts in how candidates and employers find and connect with each other via these tools. The Career Counselor's Guides to Social Media in the Job Search were created to serve as springboards for learning about social media as a job-search resource and ways career services professionals can help students maximize their opportunities online.
There are five Career Counselor's Guides to Social Media in the Job Search:
As you read the guides, here are a few things we invite you to keep in mind:
We hope this is a valuable resource for you in your work with students.
Associate Director, Digital Media and Assessment
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Associate Director of Assessment and Technology
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