Guest speaker: Omar Garriott
Date: Tuesday, Oct. 18
Time: 12 noon–1 pm (Sask. time)
Location: Online via Zoom (link to be sent out prior to event)
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About this event
LinkedIn is always changing—and the savviest jobseekers change right along with it.
It can be hard to know where to focus on LinkedIn. That’s why we’ve partnered with a former LinkedIn employee to give you access to their online masterclass. You can expect to:
- Participate in live roleplays
- Make changes to your LinkedIn profile that will immediately start attracting recruiters
- Work on techniques that will 10X increase your chances of getting interviews at any organization
Omar Garriott leads Qualtrics’s education business. Previously, he was the senior product marketing manager at LinkedIn, managing content, campaigns and product development for students and universities. Prior to his role at LinkedIn, he led iPad marketing to schools (K-12 and higher ed) for Apple, and led product launches to students and schools for Adobe. Garriott has also spent time as a third-grade teacher for Teach for America, as a non-profit fundraiser and a lobbyist with national social enterprise PeerForward, as a summer consultant in FSG’s education practice and in social marketing with Porter Novelli. He earned a bachelor’s degree with distinction in commerce from the University of Virginia and an MBA from University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business. He also holds a Non-profit Management Executive Certificate from Georgetown University and sporadically tweets from @socialchanger.