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When we think about networking, we often think about mixers, events, conferences, and coffee meetings. While in-person networking is key to your success, you can also build meaningful relationships to enhance your professional networks by using various social media channels. In this session, Marcy Twete, founder of the Career Girl Network, will lead you through the process of developing your professional brand online and using it to build the network of your dreams. The workshop will tackle the fine line between the personal and professional on Facebook and LinkedIn, using Twitter to develop friendships and become a thought-leader, and dive into lesser known social media channels specific to the nonprofit sector and other fields.You will walk away ready to use your social media channels to land a new job, gain valuable contacts, and brand yourself as a leader in your industry – all from the comfort of your own computer. Join us on Wednesday, September 11 at 1 PM (EST) for a special webinar on networking your way to the top. Presenter: Marcy Twete, author of You Know Everybody! A Career Girl’s Guide to Building a Network That Works. NOTE: Can’t attend the live broadcast? No worries – A recorded version will be sent out to everyone who signed up within 48 hours.


About The Presenter

Marcy Twete has built her career working with various nonprofit organizations including WomenVenture, Pillsbury United Communities, and more. Marcy is a graduate of the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph, Minnesota, and a native of rural North Dakota. She is the Vice Chair of the Chicago Board of Directors for Step Up Women’s Network in Chicago and a member of the Advisory Board for Girls on the Run Twin Cities, and is dedicated to advancing the work of organizations that move the needle for women and girls worldwide.   SIGN UP NOW ►   Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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