Hannah Morgan Bob McIntosh Vincent Phamvan Arlene Pierret Maureen McCann

Networking in a Socially-Distanced World

A Talk by Hannah Morgan , Bob McIntosh CPRW , Maureen McCann , Arlene Pierret and Vincent Phamvan

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About this Talk

Social networks abound! Snapchat, LinkedIn, Facebook, TikTok, Twitter, Instagram

  • How do you use social media to build relationships?
  • How do you build trust with a total stranger?
  • What do you say when you want to reach out to someone new?

Join our panellists as they help you figure out what to say to employers, recruiters and hiring managers:

  • The Do’s & Don’ts of Networking (The Golden Rules)
  • The importance of research (Do your homework, first)
  • Words you can use the next time you want to talk to an employer or recruiter

May 05, 2020, 11:00 PM

11:00 PM - 11:30 PM

About The Speakers

Hannah Morgan

Hannah Morgan

Job Search Strategist, CareerSherpa


Bob McIntosh

Bob McIntosh CPRW

Workshop Facilitator, MassHire Lowell Career Center

I empower job seekers to land rewarding careers by delivering today’s job-search strategies in group and individual settings, training job seekers to strengthen their LinkedIn strategy and profile, and writing popular articles that educate job seekers on the job search and LinkedIn.


Maureen McCann

Maureen McCann

Executive Career Strategist, ProMotion Career Solutions

I help executives, business leaders, government officials and political influencers define clear career paths, understand the hiring process, design strategies to secure ideal opportunities and land jobs faster.


Arlene Pierret

Arlene Pierret

Recruiting Manager, Facebook

Recruiting manager within the tech industry with a focus on building and leading teams. Coupled with industry knowledge that includes strategic hiring, relationship building and effective interviewing within various companies.


Vincent Phamvan

Vincent Phamvan

Founder, Vyten Career Coaching

Vincent Phamvan is the founder of Vyten, an online coaching program that helps ordinary people get incredible jobs with the pay and purpose they deserve.