Webinar: Boost your skills and brand your online presence
If you're on the job hunt and could use lots of inspiration, this event is for you! Gain some momentum with tips on how to boost your online presence and listen to some inspiring stories.
How to network during a pandemic? What skills should you highlight when applying for jobs? At this event, we will provide you with professional guidance on how to work on your personal online brand and two alumni will share their stories about how to stay focused and inspired, despite these challenging times.
About the event
When? Wednesday 17 March 16:30-17:45 (CET.)
Where? Zoom Webinar. Register here.
Stina Vikingson, from Career Services at Lund University School of Economics and Management, will offer practical tools to enhance your online brand and advice along the job-hunting way. Stina has experience in coaching students who suddenly need to adapt to a completely new job market.
Josefina Röckert currently works as a Junior Consultant at a management consultancy firm. Josefina graduated in the midst of the global pandemic, which made her rethink her plans for 2020. She moved from Copenhagen to Stockholm, whilst pursuing new opportunities within her student job, transferring from Copenhagen to Germany - digitally. Furthermore, Josefina sought opportunities within the sustainability field by studying Sustainable Development and taking a network-oriented position at Norrsken Foundation. Josefina knows how to be innovative and keep moving when the world seems to stop.
Sveta Mardar is an external relations strategist currently working as a Campaign Manager in the Brand, Marketing & Communications division at Ernst & Young UK. Before her move to the private sector, Sveta worked for over 5 years in higher education, most recently managing international alumni engagement at LSE. In 2020 she co-founded Wovid Diaries, also serving as Editorial Director and hosting the Wovid Diaries Podcast. Wovid Diaries is a global platform for women by women, which aims to inspire and empower women as they tackle professional and personal challenges exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
This event is brought to you by the Lund University Alumni Network in collaboration with Lund University School of Economics and Management.