Networking and Employment OpportunitiesPrevious NextNetworking is simply exchanging career-related information, contacts, or experience with someone else. Recent surveys of employers indicate that over half of all open positions are filled through networking, so take time to develop this valuable skill.For this discussion, select one option below:Option 1: Building and Expanding Your LinkedIn NetworkHave you started a LinkedIn profile? We realize that some may not be able to do so because your employer has asked you not to use that site. If you already have a profile on the site, and you do not mind others in the class adding you as a connection, make note of it here. You also may want to add your instructor, keeping in mind that some of our faculty members are in the same position as students who cannot have a profile.While graduating with a CNAS degree from a nationally respected university and having some certifications are imperative to getting a good job, it also helps to have a large network of people. Keep in mind that recruiters will often friend you or contact you on LinkedIn, so it is a great opportunity to learn about new job opportunities.Post the URL for your profile or a screenshot of LinkedIn.Option 2: Professional ConferencesHave you attended Black Hat, DEF CON, a cyber capture the flag competition, or a local IT-related conference or event? Talk about employers and/or people you met, and networking opportunities you developed. What are some of the benefits for some of your colleagues to attend these types of events to build their networks?Option 3: Join a Professional GroupHave you considered joining a local Linux user group or your local ISSA chapter? How about a hacker space local to your area (Unallocated Space is local to central Maryland); the UMGC Cyber Padawans, the universitys competition team; or a similar group? These are excellent opportunities to network and meet with people, many who know of job opportunities at their places of employment.State the group you have joined and describe your experiences with the group (what resources did you gain access to, job leads, etc.). What is your plan for making the most of it in the future?Option 4: Other Networking Events and OpportunitiesNetworking is simply sharing information about careers and jobs with others, so you can network with other students, family friends, professors, supervisors, and professionals you meet at career fairs or other events.UMGCs office of career services offers ongoing job fairs and events, both in-person and online. Have you had a chance to attend one at UMGC or another job fair? Describe your experience and talk about your interaction with employers and other prospective employees.Tell us if the career fair was worthwhile. If you have not been to a job fair, you may belong to a church or community organization and been able to find other people who work in the field of IT and have been able to help you.
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