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Have you thought about ways to enhance your leadership image? Social work has taught us to use authenticity when working with clients and systems. Our knowledge of this gives us a great framework to apply to our own professional branding. This talk will focus on strategies to use intentional branding to present an authentic self in order to increase your credibility and image among your clients, colleagues and organizations that you work with.
Join the DiNitto Career Center at our upcoming Virtual Coffee Hour with Jennifer Luna, MSSW, as she discusses professional branding for social workers!
1. Identify your skills, strengths, areas of knowledge, and values
2. Define your audience
3. Understand the principles of authenticity
4. Develop a 2-minute pitch that captures your brand with intention
We know you are thinking about your future, and we are too. Keep moving forward and don’t break your stride! Whether you just graduated or finish in August, are an alumnus, or simply exploring your options, employers are ready to hire you!
Now is the time to connect at the Summer 2020 Virtual Career Fair!
Join us by ZOOM on Friday, July 17th from 11am – 1:30pm as the DiNitto Career Center welcomes local Austin-Central Texas area agencies and organizations looking to hire BSW and MSSW Social Workers. This event is open to all Social Work students and alumni.
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Are you LinkedIn? Don’t get left out! It’s now more important than ever that your online profile is fresh, current, and discoverable by colleagues. This LinkedIn session with Your Career Coach and DiNitto Career Center director Jennifer Luna helps you create a professional profile that shows off your abilities and accomplishments. Even if you are not looking for a new opportunity, you never know when one might be looking for you!all are welcome to attend: MSSW/BSW/ALUMNI/NON-UT AFFILIATED
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Join us for a free film screening and panel discussion of the film “Shattered Pieces” by Kerry-Ann Zamore Frazier, a film exploring the impact of domestic violence, and hear from a panel on the creation and production of the film, the importance of narrative in social work, and how social workers can engage in the larger issue of violence awareness and prevention.
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