Your Guide to Building a Personal Website That'll Land You a Job
A personal website is the secret weapon every professional should have. And that’s doubly true for job seekers! Having a slick, well-maintained web presence should be just as important as keeping your resume and cover letter up-to-date.
Well, check out this three-day, email-based class, in which career experts from The Muse and Squarespace will walk you through the steps needed to create a dynamic website to help you land a job. Best of all, there is no tech knowledge needed to make it happen.
Duration: 3 Days
Number of Lessons: 3
Teacher: Erin Greenawald, Editor at The Muse
Day 1: Creating an Outline
Get started by figuring out how you want to be seen by potential employers. We’ll show you how to craft a story that will highlight your best skills.
Day 2: Creating the Site
Let’s actually build your site. You might not do it all in a day, but we’ll get you started. And again, no tech knowledge needed.
Day 3: Getting People to Your Site
We’ll show you the best way to promote yourself and your site to make sure the right people are checking you out.
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