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Networking and Personal Branding

It’s Who You Know: Networking for Jobseekers

Common Good Careers

Common Good Careers explores some simple ways to build a robust and targeted personal network, which can be leveraged into a job search.

The Public Speaking Project

The Public Speaking Project

This website offers an assortment of virtual tools to help users improve their public speaking skills.

15 Quick Tips for Career Branding Success

Live Careers

Quintessential Careers shares an article with 15 tips for creating and revising your career brand.

Integrating Assessments Into Your Personal and Career Branding

Live Careers

Quintessential Careers provides an article that explains how individuals can use self-assessments to shape their personal brand.

How to Build and Expand Your Career Network: 10 Proven Techniques for Job-Seekers

Live Careers

Quintessential Careers offers an article comprised of 15 tips for strengthening a career network.

What Job Seekers, Employees, and Employers Need to Know About Social Media

University of Dayton

The School of Law at the University of Dayton has created a helpful webpage that breaks down what is public information and what personal information an individual can control on various social media platforms.

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