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How to Network When You Don’t Have a Network: A Workshop for Master's Students

Studies show up to 85% of jobs are filled by referrals. But what do you do if you don’t have a network? This interactive workshop will show you how to start building a network of professionals working in career fields that interest you. You’ll learn how to network authentically and avoid the “yuck” that can come when networking is done wrong.

This virtual workshop is designed for master’s students from all academic disciplines who are wondering:

  • How do I network in a way that feels genuine (rather than awkward or self-serving)?
  • Where do I begin networking?
  • What tools can I use to help grow my network?
  • How do I approach professionals working in fields of interest when I don’t know them?

This webinar is part of the Master’s Workshop Series and is available to students through The Graduate School's subscription to Beyond Graduate School.


Beyond subscription, Communication, Core Competencies, Master's Series, Professional Development, Professionalism and Scholarly Integrity