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Strategic Tweeting: Advancing Your Career in 140 Characters

Originally Aired
January 27, 2017
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Chandlee Bryan

One of the biggest challenges in any career is making both connections and a good impression, in the right place and at the right time. With a range of options for information gathering, communication, and sharing, Twitter is an invaluable tool for career management – whether you are seeking a new opportunity or to expand your professional presence.

While every Tweet (status update) is limited to 140 characters, Twitter can be used in multiple ways to meet your personal and professional goals. Equip yourself with the skills and tools you need to get started or enhance your use of this invaluable platform.

Join Chandlee Bryan (Educ ’98), co-author of The Twitter Job Search Guide, and learn strategies including

  • The many ways Twitter can help you learn about new opportunities and build your professional presence online
  • Techniques and tips employers and recruiters use to source candidates – and how to turn those strategies around to work in your favor
  • Best practices for creating shareable content and online reputation management.

About Chandlee Bryan

Chandlee Bryan, M.Ed. (Educ ’98) is a co-author of the Twitter Job Search Guide. A career advisor who has earned certifications in career coaching, resume writing, and recruiting, Chandlee has a deep understanding of the hiring process. Over the course of her career, Chandlee has worked in professional development for rocket scientists and served as a Resume Writing Specialist for Microsoft. At the height of the recession, she founded a small private practice, Best Fit Forward, and led one of Manhattan’s largest grassroots job search groups. She currently works at the Center for Professional Development at Dartmouth College.

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