SHPE San Diego is proud to promote the Properly Brand & Position Yourself on LinkedIn Seminar hosted by the San Diego County Latino Association on Wednesday, February 1, 2017!
This is a free professional development seminar open to the public, college students and professionals!
Properly Brand and Position Yourself on LinkedIn
Linda Sierra shares the dos and don’ts of LinkedIn. A recruiter’s perspective on how to properly position, brand and market yourself via your LinkedIn profile. Covering these LinkedIn sections: Summary, Experience, Education, Skills & Endorsements, Advice for Contacting You, Groups and customizing your URL. An interactive discussion where you will see LinkedIn used in real-time to search for and produce the ideal candidate. Are you that candidate? Bring your laptop, tablet and questions.
Date: Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
About Guest Speaker Linda Sierra:
Linda Sierra is an Executive Director with Toft Group, an executive level biotechnology and life sciences search firm. Linda is an accomplished recruiter and human resources professional, having placed hundreds of candidates, spending 18 years in biotechnology in San Diego and San Francisco and the last 6 years as an executive recruiter. Linda has more than 5,500 LinkedIn connections and is considered a social media networking expert. She has an HR Certificate from UCSD Extension, is married, has a daughter attending USC, a son in high school and was born in Heidelberg, Germany. Linda is involved in her community through MANA de San Diego, Women for Social Impact and Biocom’s San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering.
About San Diego County Latino Association:
The San Diego County Latino Association (SDCLA) is a County of San Diego employee resource group open to all County employees and the public regardless of race or ethnicity. The Association offers networking opportunities through mentoring, training, and activities that benefit the community and members. SDCLA also seeks promotional possibilities for its members and is a strong proponent of cultural diversity and inclusion in County government.