How to network effectively
Core Career Skills
20 - 25 minutes Easy Jake Schogger
Bright Network's research shows that networking is the skills students most want to improve. To get your networking game up to speed, careers author Jake Schogger gives his top tips and tells you how it can directly impact your career.
City Careers Series, Founder & CEO
After starting his career as a corporate lawyer, Jake now works as a freelance business consultant for some of the most exciting growing businesses in London. While at university, he set up City Careers Series which offers a range of guides to help students break into competitive City-based careers. Since then, through his books and talks, Jake has helped 50,000+ students with their applications.
1. An introduction
Jake gives you an insight into what networking actually is.
2. Approach to networking
Networking as a student can be daunting. Here's how to discover your own personal style and feel confident with your approach.
3. Forms of networking
Networking isn't only something you do at a careers fair - this lesson covers where and when you can be making connections to advance your career.
4. Top networking tips
Your guide to making an excellent first impression.
5. Questions to ask
Top questions to ask employees across a business.
6. Looking bright online
It's not just about meeting face-to-face. Here's how you can connect and keep up with your network on LinkedIn.