Teaching High School Students to Network on LinkedIn for College Success

college-success-networking-linkedinNow that LinkedIn is open to students as young as 13, and offers a LinkedIn site for University pages, high school students may want to take a break from Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to learn about networking and personal branding.

A new online course, “Get Linked Into College Success and Beyond,” teaches personal branding, networking and LinkedIn success skills.

Here’s the backstory on how I created this networking course for high school and college students.

Thanks to Gary Zidek of WDCB radio for interviewing me about how high school students can upgrade their social media presence.

Students Starting to Network for College Success in High School

“An Associated Press data analysis from earlier this year found that approximately 1.5 million American bachelor’s degree holders under the age of 25 were jobless or underemployed last year. The sluggish economy and competitive job market have made it difficult for recent grads to gain entry level jobs in their chosen fields. Chicago-area social media expert Barbara Rozgonyi is helping young people refine their on-line networking skills. She tells WDCB News Reporter Gary Zidek it isn’t just college students, more and more high school students are starting to work on their social media presence.” Source: WDCB Public Radio

WDCB Radio Interview About Teaching High School Students to Network

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