We hear about LinkedIn from every presenter – it’s the #1 vehicle a job seeker has for putting yourself out there to connect with people that can get you connected to get a job. Yes, the duplication of words is intentional – LinkedIn is all about connecting.
This week, SFPCN’s executive director Howard Mullinack will lead us through a thorough understanding of the building blocks of a top notch profile:
Your headline: the “one floor” elevator pitch
Your branding statement
Understanding “public profile”
LinkedIn is not your resume
After the overview, we will be hands-on and interactive, looking at actual members' LinkedIn profiles and answering questions.
Join us this Tuesday morning.
Have a question about LinkedIn? Post it when you RSVP.
Want us to review your profile during the presentation? Post the public link when you RSVP. We can only get to a few, so thanks for your understanding.
About Howard Mullinack
The executive director of SFPCN, Howard honed his LinkedIn chops as a job seeker, studying with several well-respected LI gurus. Howard’s passion is helping organizations and individuals use technology effectively and efficiently.
He currently runs We Fix Your Mac, providing Macintosh consulting, upgrades, and data recovery for professionals, businesses and individuals.
Howard’s a lifelong sales, marketing and branding professional. For more than 30 years, he worked in the broadcast equipment industry in positions ranging from VP of Sales and Product to CEO, developing, selling and marketing hardware and software used by television and radio networks and stations.
Connect with Howard on LinkedIn.
We begin networking at 9:00 am. The program begins at 9:30 am and finishes by 11:00 am. Stay and network with the speaker and your peers up to 11:30 am.
$[masked] donation requested.
Mass Transit / Parking
The BART 16th & Mission station is a short two block walk from our location. The MUNI Market & Church Street station is four blocks away.
Inexpensive parking can be found at the Hoff Street Garage, 42 Hoff Street, San Francisco.
Valencia Gardens' parking is restricted to its residents. Parking within its lot by non residents will result in your vehicle being towed at your expense.