Find Your Tribe – Steps for Successful Networking

Finding the right community (or tribe) to guide you through your career can feel daunting or unnatural, but it is actually a completely normal and productive way to clarify your goals and develop professionally.

Career Center Associate Vice Chancellor & Dean Mark Smith shares his advice on finding your tribe, why you should network, who to network with, how to set up a meeting with your contact, and how to nail the informational interview in his four-part series.

 

Find Your Tribe – Part 1

Vice Chancellor and Director of the Career Center Mark Smith shares part one of his networking talk, "Find Your Tribe." Make sure to check out his blog, "Between You and Me," for more career development advice! https://careercenter.wustl.edu/blog/Pages/Home.aspx

Posted by WUSTL Career Center on Thursday, June 30, 2016

Find Your Tribe – Part 2

Vice Chancellor and Director of the Career Center Mark Smith shares part two of his networking talk, "Find Your Tribe." Make sure to check out his blog, "Between You and Me," for more career development advice! https://careercenter.wustl.edu/blog/Pages/Home.aspx

Posted by WUSTL Career Center on Monday, August 1, 2016

Find Your Tribe – Part 3

Vice Chancellor and Director of the Career Center Mark Smith shares part three of his networking talk, "Find Your Tribe." Make sure to check out his blog, "Between You and Me," for more career development advice! https://careercenter.wustl.edu/blog/Pages/Home.aspx

Posted by WUSTL Career Center on Friday, August 19, 2016

Find Your Tribe – Part 4

Vice Chancellor and Director of the Career Center Mark Smith shares part four of his networking talk, "Find Your Tribe." Make sure to check out his blog, "Between You and Me," for more career development advice!

Posted by WUSTL Career Center on Tuesday, September 5, 2017