The Graduate School is hosting area communications expert Katie Marshall for a free event on networking. As a graduate student, you probably don’t like the idea of networking and maybe you don’t engage in it either. We want to provide you hands-on training in creating connections with strangers, starting and ending conversations, embracing awkward situations, and redefining networking so you actually DO IT! You’ll learn how to utilize networking toward your job search goals and gain confidence in sharing about yourself in a succinct manner.
February 19th from 5:00 – 6:00 pm
ZSR Library Room 476
Space is limited so RSVP today to reserve your spot.
“I learned skills for how to make genuine connections when networking.” ~ WFU graduate student, 2019
Here’s Katie from 2013 when she did her first TedX Greensboro talk. She now coaches others who want to do the same.
Not able to attend?
Reach out to Linda Whited* to discuss networking strategies in an individual coaching appointment. See her availability here.
*Coaching is available to any current Reynolda campus graduate student.
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