So you’re on LinkedIn and created a simple profile for yourself. Now the headhunters will find you. Right? Not so fast. Like anything else, there’s an art to creating a superstar profile on LinkedIn that will help you reach your goals. Maximizing your presence on this professional social platform can make the difference between getting an interview and being completely overlooked for your dream job.
“If you teach one other person, the world becomes a better place,” says Karlene Williams. Karlene’s hard work, poise and talent have propelled her from jobs in the food industry on the Spice Island of Grenada to New York to earn a master’s degree in Human Resource Management at the Touro Graduate School of Business (GSB) and into a new career. Upon graduation, Karlene parlayed her position as an HR payroll intern at Children of Promise, a nonprofit supporting children with incarcerated parents, to HR Operations Coordinator and ultimately HR Manager, a position she holds today.
Touro College Graduate School of Business (GSB) Alumnus Robyn Polansky Morrison is making the world a better place, one investment at a time and one grant at a time.
For most people, college, career and possibly graduate school are usually a straightforward process.
One of the most promising students at Touro College Graduate School of Business will deliver remarks about her own academic experience at this year’s graduation ceremony.
At an exclusive career fair held at Touro College’s Graduate School of Business (GSB) on March 22, eleven select employers—high tech companies, staffing solutions and law firms—met with promising GSB students and graduates.
Professor Regina Gurvich maintains a positive outlook on humanity, something she gained from reading Tolstoy and other Russian classics.
In 1991, a year after Compton Grose arrived in New York from his native Guyana, he enlisted in the Army National Guard.
From the time he arrived in America, Preetam Karki knew he wanted to make it his home.
As he completed the final immigration papers to join his father in America, Togolese Republic-born Bruce Alexis watched as airplanes flew into the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001.