Posted on December 20, 2012 by Deb Freeman
Networking is sometimes seen as a frightening process that many people believe they’ll fail. What you may not realize is that networking is just a way of meeting people—people who might help you find a job. Networking is not exclusive to receptions. One of the best ways to network is actually meeting people one-on-one for informational interviews. To learn more, we recommend that you read the article “Using Informational Interviews to Build Your Network” (courtesy of NALP). For additional informational interviewing resources, please visit the CSO’s list of interviewing guides.
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