Networking is another useful tool for career success. Developing referrals and cultivating relationships with peers within your industry, can lead to amazing opportunities that can not only elevate your career status, (i.e. access to higher salaries and or areas of management and directorship) but it can open doors to new areas of interest within your field. Some of which you may not have considered previously.
Outside of building relationships with peers in your program, in an effort to help with building your network, we invite you to also consider the following:
- David Eccles School of Business-Guide to Networking Skills
- Student Club Organizations - Join one if not both of our student club organizations that are connected to regional and national organizations
- Linkedin - Create a profile through LinkedIn and connect with potential employers and or other peers who share your career interests.
- Make Your LinkedIn Profile Work for You - Gain insight from a student perspective on how to make your LinkedIn profile work best for you.