Successful LinkedIn Strategies for Job Search


Northland Plaza, Conference Room 140
3800 American Blvd West
Bloomington, MN 55431

Date & Time

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

5 - 7pm CDT


Career Partners International, Twin Cities is sponsoring this workshop for people in transition. We will hold half of the seats for Target employees impacted by the recent layoff.

Learn to build a LinkedIn profile to Look Great, Be Found, and Get Known for your next job. Anne Pryor will share her proven tips and techniques on how, why, and where to put keywords when writing a LinkedIn profile to get noticed by recruiters, HR, and hiring managers.  She’ll share how to write a meaningful invitation to connect with the right people. During the second hour, she’ll share her searching strategies, how, and why to join groups, where to find jobs, how to be found by those searching for qualified candidates, how to research companies, and how to market yourself.

 “Anne provided outstanding, user-friendly, usable, and practical tips and strategies for creating and using LinkedIn. This was the best two hours I’ve ever spent – hold on, she’s fast! Another slam dunk workshop from CPI.”  CPI Twin Cities client.

Anne Pryor is a national leader in personal branding, online visibility, and LinkedIn Coaching. She has trained over 70,000 people and personally written 7,000 LinkedIn profiles for clients.  She is a career coach, nationally recognized for her Online LinkedIn Strategies. Anne is a Certified REACH Online Brand Strategist and Sr. Career Counselor, who lives a Portfolio Career Life as an Adjunct Online Strategist and LinkedIn Specialist with CPI Twin Cities, a speaker, trainer,  and co-founder of Meaningful Connections.

Donations will be accepted for this free event in support of Twin Cities RISE! Twin Cities RISE! provides employers with skilled workers – primarily men from communities of color in the Twin Cities area – by training under- and unemployed adults for skilled jobs that pay a living wage of at least $20,000 annually.


This seminar is free and open to the public.

Space is limited. Reserve your seat today.

Register here.

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