Desautels Faculty of Music Associate Professor Will Bonness wins Juno Award for Jazz Album of the Year (Solo)
Get LinkedIn with Alumni Relations!
There can be some great advantages to having a LinkedIn profile and Alumni Relations is here to help you enhance yours.
Just follow these steps:
1. Get a FREE LinkedIn profile headshot
Dress your professional best and stop by the Career Fair on Wednesday, January 20 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in Marshall McLuhan Hall. Visit our Alumni Relations booth for your free professional headshot!
2. Set up your profile
University of Manitoba Career Services offers LinkedIn workshops throughout the year. Please check careerCONNECT for dates and times. Remember to add that you are studying at the University of Manitoba within the Education section of your profile!
In addition, LinkedIn provides excellent podcasts on how to successfully set up your profile.
3. Connect with us on LinkedIn
Find our University of Manitoba page on LinkedIn and click the ‘Follow’ button. It’s a great way to keep on top of the latest U of M news and to find stories about University of Manitoba students, alumni and faculty.
Also take advantage of LinkedIn’s great networking potential by finding and connecting with U of M students and alumni here.
Recent Alumni Stories
When David Ambrose [BMROT/00] was 10 years old, growing up in Teulon, Man., the first seeds of his career were planted while he watched the Calgary Flames make a run for the Stanley Cup in 1989. It wasn’t hockey legends like Lanny McDonald who caught his attention. Instead, he noticed Bearcat Murray, the team’s athletic trainer, tending to injured players on the ice.
Twelve Manitobans will soon receive the Order of Manitoba, the province’s highest honour