Facilitated by Jeff Oxendine, MBA, MPH
Founder of My Health Career Navigator
Founder of Health Career Connection
Associate Dean for Public Health Practice,
UC Berkeley School of Public Health
If you are planning to enter the job market now or in the future, one of the best strategies for making connections that can make you a competitive candidate is to network. Networking gives you the opportunity to meet organizations and professionals in your field of interest, and makes you more available for the people who may be hiring.
Networking can be an intimidating process for a lot of people, but with some planning, practice, and strategies you can increase your confidence and become a more effective job seeker.
Some topics in this webinar will include:
- Where to network: events to attend and people to talk to
- Preparing for a networking event: research and practice
- How to navigating a networking event successfully and conversation rules
- Tips for electronic networking