Expand Your Network

If you’ve ever had to pick people for your group or team, chances are you asked your friends to recommend people they know. In much the same way, many of the positions available are filled through personal referrals. Networking is making connections—talking with people who can provide you with information, advice, resources, and possible contacts related to your fields of interest. Develop your connections to learn about opportunities beyond campus interviews or what is posted on Crimson Careers.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Networking in 2022

No matter what industry you’re in or how far along in your career you are, networking is a skill that will always be important. Especially when you’re looking for a job.

Over the years, networking techniques have shifted to accommodate …

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