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Do you have questions about networking? Is it important? How do you do it? If so, join Bryan Kempton for a discussion on how to best utilize your professional resources. Details below. 

Some of the topics that will be covered in this presentation include:

1. On average, it takes 6 months to conduct a successful search -- why is this?

2. What are the benefits of networking?

3. Who is in your network?

4. What opportunities are there for networking? 

How do most individuals obtain their jobs & internships?

Networking Techniques for Public Policy

Resume Mass Mailing                                 02%

Newspaper/Internet Advertisements           03%

Job Fairs/ On-Campus Recruiting               20%

Networking                                                 75%

Join Bryan Kempton for a discussion on how to best utilize your professional resources.

 


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