Tim Frost writes about the importance of networking, something that is being hammered into the heads of students in our program.
Have you ever stopped to think about networking and how important it really is?
I have always believed in the philosophy it’s not what you know, but who you know that takes you to the jobs and places you can only dream of. Just this past week that statement was reiterated, when I heard a panel of third year students speak about the importance of networking and making connections with your professors.
After hearing this from a few students who had already walked in my shoes, I knew that it was utterly important to start connecting with my professors and to differentiate myself from my fellow peers. They explained how we needed to connect with local businesses as well, in order to land the placement of our choice come the start of second year. Another key point I took from them, is that you always have to be learning and…
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