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These instructions are geared to help undergraduate level college students to create a Linked-In profile for the purpose of professional networking.
1. Open an internet browser (we suggest google chrome) 2. Click on the address bar 3. Type in “www.linkedin.com”
1. Click under “First Name” and located under “Get started – it’s free". a. Enter first name b. Click under “Last Name” – type last name ...
2. Background information a. Select the country you live in from the pull down menu located next to “I live in:” b. Enter your current zip ...
3. Click the blue button titled “Continue” to verify your email address a. Click the yellow “Agree” button so that contacts can be transferred from your email ...
b. Type a new message in the text box or leave the preset message and click on either the “Share on Facebook” or “Share or Twitter” button ...
4. Your profile should now appear after completion of either step 3b or 3c.
To the right of your profile, there should be a grey list of steps consisting of categories such as Basics, Experience, Education, Photo, Skills & Expertise, and See ...
5. Basics a. Select an industry from the drop down menu located under the heading “What’s your industry?”. Once selected, click the ...
6. Education a. Enter the degree you earned (i.e. Master’s of Architecture”) in the top text box b. Enter your major or field of study in ...
7. Experience a. Enter your job in the text boxes under the header “What’s your current position?” and then enter your company. ...
8. Photo a. Click the “Browse” button located under the title “Upload an image of yourself”. b. A separate window will appear. i. ...
9. Skills & Expertise a. Add skills to the black box located at the top of the page i. Select the blue “add” button ...
10. See your improved profile a. Click on the “See improved profile” button to see your finished profile.
Congratulations! You now have a functional Linked-In profile. Go get 'em, tiger!! :)
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