4C - Using LinkedIn Creatively to Improve Curriculum and Get Students Excited About Using the Tool.

Track:
Emerging Trends in Industry
When:
Monday Jul 30   03:00 PM to 03:55 PM (55 minutes)
Discussion:
1

LinkedIn is no longer the rolodex it used to be and has changed significantly since the Microsoft takeover. This tool remains to be a major professional platform for students, recruiters and co-operative educators. In her presentation, Sarah-Joy Kallós will be relaying examples from her own work on 1) getting the industry pulse for a curriculum refresh and 2) a creative application of the tool in the classroom that demonstrated the dramatic impact of crafting a post on LinkedIn. By consciously and strategically employing this tool, co-op educators can deliver information to students and employers, create value and authority in their field and mentor students on the etiquette of this platform.

Three Learning Outcomes  / Trois Résultats d'apprentissages 

  • Get students excited about using LinkedIn to build their professional network and improve their branding.
  • Gain a better understanding of the impact of building community for further outreach with employers, students, alumni and other professionals.
  • Appreciate LinkedIn as a way to stay on top of current trends in job search, employment maintenance and industry changes.

Participant
Camosun College
Employment Facilitator

Who's Attending 

  • Lavish Bangia
    Sr. Program Manager, Talent Development and Work Integrated Learning, MaRS Discovery District
  • Ms Jasmine Bassi
    Co-op Manager, UBC Sauder Co-op Program
  • Cynthia Bishop
    Manager, Career & Professional Development, DeGroote School of Business
  • Angeline Boekweit
    Coop Coordinator, School of Hospitality and Tourism, Red River College
  • Jeff Chamberlain
    Regional Manager, University of Waterloo, Co-operative Education and Career Action
  • Jennifer Coombs
    Career and Recruitment Specialist, Dalhousie University
  • Anna De Grauwe
    Co-operative Education Co-ordinator, Durham College
  • Christy Dodds
    Co-op Coordinator, Faculty Instructor, Capilano University - School of Tourism Management
  • Larisa Duravetz
    Manager, Placements and International Initiatives, Humber College
  • Rachel Dyers
    Program Coordinaor, Student Support - Engineering Co-Op and Internship, UOIT
  • Kristen Eppel
    Head Internship Coordinator, Queen's University Career Services
  • Elaine Fenner
    Manager of Work-Integrated Learning, Seneca College
  • Mr. Andy Ip , MHRM, CHRL
    Manager, Talent Attraction and Strategic Partnerships, Ontario Power Generation
  • David Kelly
    Director, Canadian Partnerships, Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan)
  • Ms Jill Latschislaw
    Academic/Work Integrated Learning Coordinator, Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology
  • T. Mackenzie
    Academic Staff Member, Co-operative Education, Memorial University (Faculty of Science, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences)
  • Megan MacLean
    University of Prince Edward Island
  • Cynthia Maclean
    Program Head, Centre for Workplace Education, British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)
  • Jeannine Massie
    Student Development Coordinator, Dalhousie University
  • Kate McRoberts
    Co-op Coordinator, Computing Programs, University of Guelph
  • Leah Meanwell
    Kinesiology Co-op Program Assistant, University of British Columbia
  • Louise Ménard
    Directrice de section - Stages et placement, Université de Sherbrooke
  • Morris Nassi
    Professor, Champlain College (Saint-Lambert)
  • Ms. Susan Roulston
    Program Assistant, Dhillon School of Business, University of Lethbridge
  • Ms. Heather Skanes
    ASM-CE in Business, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Nancy Sly
    Director, Applied Learning, Camosun College
  • Genevieve Snider
    Materials Engineering Co-op Program Manager, McGill University
  • Samuel Titus
    Policy and Research Analyst , New Brunswick Student Alliance
  • Michelle Walc
    Field Education Office, School of Fashion Studies, George Brown College
  • Tammy Wong
    Employer Specialist, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary
  • Kelly Zatorski
    Manager, Co-operative and Experiential Learning, Trent University
  • 35 anonymous people

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