University of Phoenix offers workshop on professional networking Saturday

The University of Phoenix Western Washington campus in Tukwila will host a symposium Saturday, Feb. 8, on helping professionals make better use of networking.

  • Thursday, February 6, 2014 1:48pm
  • Business

The University of Phoenix Western Washington campus in Tukwila will host a symposium Saturday, Feb. 8,  on helping professionals make better use of networking.

University of Phoenix staff and faculty, along with local business leaders, will share important information on the following topics:

• Get LinkedIn – Attendees will be provided access to set up a LinkedIn account and take a professional photo for use on LinkedIn. Attendees can also print business cards for use during the networking forum.

• “Power Up” Networking Workshop – Attendees will learn how to make better connections through smarter networking. Topics that will be discussed include: how to deepen and nurture relationships; how to develop a networking strategy to help achieve career or personal goals; and how to master the art of introductions and follow-through.

• Networking Forum – At the conclusion of the day, attendees can put what they have learned into action and begin building their own networks by connecting with other attendees, local business leaders and University of Phoenix staff and faculty.

The event is 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m., with registration at 10 a.m.

University of Phoenix Western Washington campus is at 7100 Fort Dent Way, Suite 100, Tukwila. There is no cost.

More information can be found at uopxwesternwashington.eventbrite.com.

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