Live Virtual Presentation
How Teens Can Leverage the Internet & Social Media to Create Post-Secondary and Employment Opportunities
Ages 16-18 (grade 10-12)
Given that we know that an increasing number of post-secondary institutions and employers will search an applicant’s online digital dossier as a part of their filtering and hiring process, this webinar will provide students with proven techniques to optimize and leverage their social media presence, when it comes to university, college and career opportunities.
What is Your Digital Dossier
How to see what universities and employers will learn about you online. It’s more than just doing a Google search.
Why what you post online can have consequences, both negative and positive, when applying to a university or for an employment opportunity.
Why students need to move from a “nothing to hide” attitude, to a “something to show” mindset specific to their social media.
How To Impress University and Job Recruiters Using Social Media
Why first impressions are lasting impressions.
What are universities and employers looking for in your social media, and how to positively brand yourself online.
How to C.L.E.A.N your digital dossier.
How to Ensure You Control What Future Employer or University Will See About You Online
How to leverage the first page of Google with what you want universities and employers to see about you.
The 7 platforms you need to utilize to control your online branding.
How to monitor and manage your online reputation.
Why Our Program are So Different From Those Offered By Other Companies and Organizations
We designed this program to easily be integrated, and congruent, with the BC and Yukon Core Competency Curriculum
Core Competency: Communication & Collaboration
Core Curriculum: Career Education: Career-Life Connections (Gr 10-12)