Webinar | LinkedIn for Conservationists
Would you like to get noticed by potential employers, make new connections and grow your professional conservation network?
LinkedIn is a great place to network professionally, but it can seem mysterious at the start! Find out how to get linked IN!
Join Conservation Careers’ Head of Community, Dr Fernando Mateos-González, for a free webinar to learn how to use LinkedIN as a conservationist – whether you’re a student, graduate, career switcher or professional.
During this webinar you’ll learn:
- How can LinkedIn help me as a job seeker or conservation organisation?
- How do recruiters and conservation employers recruit on LinkedIn?
- What is the best way to get noticed on LinkedIn when job hunting?
- What should I include in my LinkedIn profile, especially if I’m new to conservation?
- How can I find conservation organisations and ‘hidden’ jobs on LinkedIn?
- How do I create a conservation network on LinkedIn if I’m new to the sector?
- When and how should I approach potential employers?
- What’s the ‘etiquette’ for making connections?
Plus Nando answers:
- How do I ask for recommendations / endorsements?
- Can I find fieldwork opportunities on LinkedIn?
- How often should I keep in touch with people?
- How can I get recommended to hiring managers?
Watch the webinar | LinkedIn for Conservations
Your LinkedIn guide
Dr Fernando Mateos-González, Head of Community
Fernando is a Spanish biologist with a PhD in Behavioural Ecology and an MSc in Animal Biodiversity.
His research on animal behaviour and conservation has led him to work in Europe, Africa, Australia, and the Americas.
He currently works as a conservation biologist in the Czech Republic, and enjoys helping students and early career professionals to find their dream environmental job.
(And you can find him on LinkedIn here!)
- The LinkedIn Guys – Explaining LinkedIn to the world
- Webinar | Conservation Internships and Volunteering that won’t Break the Bank (how to use LinkedIn to create opportunities)
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