NET (Networking, Etiquette and Technology) Saturday is a hands-on conference where a variety of professionals present employment-related topics to support professional development among Madison College students.
The 4th Annual Networking, Etiquette and Technology Conference (N.E.T. Saturday) for students was held on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 9 a.m. At this free professional development conference, students learned:
- How to make the best first impression
- How to succeed in your job search and in the workplace
- Practical tips and tools through hands on interactive sessions
There was also the opportunity to interact and practice skills learned with peers and local employers throughout the day. Lunch was served and the day ended with panel discussions where attendees were able to ask questions to local employers.
- Indispensable Traits of Good Employees
- Implicit Bias and Effect in the Workplace
- Negotiating a Salary
- Creating a Digital Brand
- Learn what it means to Dress for Success
- Learn how to shine in a dining interview situation
- Receive a professional photo for your digital portfolio
WHAT PAST PARTICIPANTS HAD TO SAY...
“I was blown away by the event. It exceeded my expectations. I liked that it was formal, yet inviting. I felt "spoiled" by all the amenities.”
“I left feeling empowered.”
“A very educational and yet entertaining time.”