We are pleased to be partnered with Social Assurity to bring you the best in class social media training resources.

Learning how to create a compelling digital presence by leveraging social media platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Google is now an essential skill for achieving your college and career pursuits.

It can help you distinguish yourself and tell your story: by highlighting your unique interests, accomplishments, skills and talents.

GET STARTED by taking our complimentary Social Media eCourse. This course will introduce you to important concepts concerning how colleges, grad schools, and scholarship committees are using social media to vet and assess applicants.

Then continue your social media training by signing up for's Social Media Training for College & Career which delivers in-depth training on how to build an informative, discoverable, and connected  digital presence using the social media platforms you use every day. Social Media Training for College & Career
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The extent to which students have established a strong and compelling online presence is having an impact on who gets the acceptance letter, the scholarship, the interview and the job. Actively building a digital presence that showcases your activities, accomplishments, service, skills, and interests is increasingly important at a time when the best colleges are looking for students with exceptional digital leadership skills.

Social Assurity's acclaimed eLearning courseware teaches students how to use the social media they use every day in excitingly new and productive ways. The courseware is designed to be uniquely engaging and information-rich with step by step instruction for building compelling digital portfolios and developing effective social networking techniques.

The courseware teaches essential social media skills with a focus on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, Google+ and Twitter.  By utilizing social media to showcase your achievements and to demonstrate interest to colleges and employers, students are able to differentiate themselves from other qualified applicants.


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