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The National Nano Alumni Network Presents: Using Social Media Platforms to Connect with ATE Program Alumni HI-TEC CONFERENCE Austin, Texas July 23, 2013
www. nano 4 me. org National Nano Alumni Network Click to edit Master title style Presenters Karen Halvorson Director of Nano Alumni Network Former Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs at Dakota County Technical College Xaxiri Yamane Project Coordinator MATEC Craig Holzinger Web Developer MATEC
www. nano 4 me. org Establishment of Click to edit Master title style National Nano Alumni Network The NACK Network was established at the Pennsylvania State College of Engineering and is funded in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation. The website is www. nano 4 me. org The Nano Alumni Network website is located on the NACK website: www. nano 4 me. org/alumni
www. nano 4 me. org Click to edit Master title style Why connect with Nano Alumni? Karen Halvorson
www. nano 4 me. org Why Connect with Nano Alumni? Click to edit Master title style • Nano grads are preparing for new types of jobs in emerging technologies. There are no typical job titles for these positions. • Their skills and knowledge are cutting-edge. • These students are pioneers in the 21 st century workforce. • We need to harness their capabilities. • We need to keep alumni informed and engaged. • We can add value to their career preparation. • There can be a follow-up gap at colleges.
www. nano 4 me. org What is the Nano Alumni Network? Click to edit Master title style What is the Nano Alumni Network? § Website located on the NACK website: www. nano 4 me. org/alumni § Website with professional resources for alumni of nanotechnology undergraduate education programs across the nation Who does it serve? § Nano graduates from associate degree programs at colleges across the county and graduates from certificates such as the capstone program at Penn State
www. nano 4 me. org What are the Benefits of the Click to edit Master title style Nano Alumni Network? Benefits • Help graduates enhance their professional opportunities • Inform graduates of educational opportunities • Connect graduates with network groups
www. nano 4 me. org Alumni Network Homepage Click to edit Master title style
www. nano 4 me. org Click to edit Master title style § § Alumni Success Stories Professional Associations Search Alumni by Location Alumni Council § Webinar Postings § Transfer Agreements by State
www. nano 4 me. org Click to edit Master title style § § § Alumni Advice Mock Resumes and Cover Letters Tips for Interviews and Resumes Job Search Advice and Strategies Helpful Job Search Links § Featured Companies § List of Companies Who Hired Graduates § List of Job Titles
www. nano 4 me. org 21 st Century Challenges in Click to edit Master title style Education CONVERGENCE: Emerging Technology Meets Social Networking Diagram illustrating convergence
www. nano 4 me. org Click to edit Master title style Emerging Technology Trends Top Ten Emerging Technologies for 2013 § § § § § Online Electric Vehicles (OLEV) 3 -D Printing and Remote Manufacturing Self-healing Materials (biomimicry) Energy Efficient Water Purification Carbon Dioxide (CO 2) Conversion and Use Enhanced Nutrition to Drive Health at the Molecular Level Remote Sensing Precise Drug Delivery through Nanoscale Engineering Organic Electronics and Photovoltaics Fourth Generation Reactors and Nuclear Waste Recycling Reference: King, D. (2013, February 14). Top 10 Emerging Technologies for 2013, World Economic Forum. Retrieved from forumblog. org/2013/02/top-10 emerging-technologies-for-2013/
www. nano 4 me. org Click. Technological Trends style to edit Master title Six technological trends that are poised to make a big impact on education and job training in 2013 and beyond: § § § Mobile apps and devices Massive open online courses (MOOCs) Game-based learning 3 D printers Media literacy tools such as video editing Big Data Plus one more? Social Networking Reference: Community College Journal, June/July 2013, p. 29
www. nano 4 me. org Click to edit Master title style Why Use Social Media? (and how do we know which one to use? ) Xaxiri Sharmane
www. nano 4 me. org Click to edit Master title style Social media looks different , how do we know what to use?
www. nano 4 me. org Why the need for social media? Click to edit Master title style Goals – § We want to build professional relationships with students that graduate from our program § What are they doing 1 yr, 3 yrs, 5 yrs after they graduate?
www. nano 4 me. org Why the need for social media? Click to edit Master title style § Students need to evolve the way they meet, interact, and communicate with their peers/colleagues. § Effectively communicate your knowledge, skills, and abilities to others who don’t know you. § Establish a presence and build your brand.
www. nano 4 me. org Click to edit Master title style § Know your knowledge, skills, and abilities. § Showcase your skills and experience § Build a broader network within/outside of your industry § Tap into the knowledge of those in your network, and leverage that relationship to collaborate in your field. § Control your online presence.
• Value of a professional network
www. nano 4 me. org Click to edit Master title style 89% of companies plan to use social networks to find employees http: //www. forbes. com/sites/susanadams/2011/07/13/more-employers-using-social-media-to-hunt-fortalent/
www. nano 4 me. org Why the need for social media? Click to edit Master title style A few things to consider: NCES projects 1, 791, 000 bachelor’s degree graduates in 2013. NACE’s job outlook survey shows hiring is flat (or lower) in 2013 than 2012. http: //www. naceweb. org/s 04172013/job-outlook-hiring-projection-jobmarket. aspx? referal=knowledgecenter&menuid=364
www. nano 4 me. org Why the need for social media? Click to edit Master title style 1+ jobs in a lifetime. http: //online. wsj. com/article/SB 100014240527487042068045754681628 05877990. html How do you prepare for the future?
§ We need to engage with graduates where we find them § Build/enable professional relationships § Share resources that alumni value
www. nano 4 me. org Click to edit Master title style How We Use it – and – How We Did it Craig Holzinger
Connecting Nano 4 me. org • Linked. In works best for easy access to professionals, educators, and students. • Our goal was to connect people on a professional level using Linked. In • Say something about how Linked. In will last longer than the Grant Funding - Longevity.
Simplify the Complex • Easy Navigation – MEET, WORK, LEARN, PREPARE
Nano 4 me. org + Linked. In • Using Linked. In we can connect – User Profiles – Group Discussions to Follow and Like – Companies to Follow – Jobs Linked. In suggests based on your profile
Profile View and Alumni Search
How It Works • Linked. In API library – This utilizes RESTful style programming • GET, POST, PUT, DELETE
How It Works • Home Page Login
How It Works • Allow Nano 4 me. org Access to Linked. In • Secure as a Bank with Nano 4 me SSL Security Certificate
How It Works • Using Your Linked. In Credentials You Have Logged-In
• A slide on metrics?