Information Session

Undergraduate Summer Opportunities List

The 2021 Undergraduate Summer Opportunities List will be available starting January 12, 2021. Students will be able to browse opportunities and view contact information for Duke Summer Programs. This list represents dozens of summer programs, projects, research and more. Many opportunities provide full or partial funding. Some opportunities are fully virtual. You can find the listing at: https://undergrad.duke.edu/summer-opportunities-fair

Registration is NOT required.

Building a Professional LinkedIn Profile, Staff version

Zoom info: https://duke.zoom.us/j/98019237946
LinkedIn is a professional networking platform for anyone who is looking to advance their career. You can use LinkedIn to find a job or internship, connect and strengthen professional relationships, and learn the skills you need to succeed. A complete LinkedIn profile can help you find opportunities by showcasing your unique professional story through experience, skills, and education. In this training you will learn how to:
-Build your LinkedIn Profile

Building a Professional LinkedIn Profile, Student version

Zoom info: https://duke.zoom.us/j/93924279711
LinkedIn is a professional networking platform that can help connect students with opportunities to advance their careers. You can use LinkedIn to find an internship or job, mentoring relationships, and to learn the skills you will need to succeed as a professional. A complete LinkedIn profile can help potential employers learn more about you as well as help you find opportunities to showcase your educational background and pre-professional experience.

Security 2020: Protecting Yourself and Your Data in a Changing Threat Landscape

Security 2020: Protecting Yourself and Your Data in a Changing Threat Landscape

Cyber attacks have skyrocketed during the global pandemic, with new scams targeting working from home, online finances and COVID-19 headlines (link: https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/08/24/cybersecurity-202-cor...). Learn how to protect yourself and your data in this changing environment using new tools and best practices.

Working Securely from Home... with Children- Family Feud Edition

As schools have moved to virtual learning at home, more parents and children are sharing the same home computing resources and face increasing security risks. Parents from Duke's IT Security Office offer their suggestions for protecting kids online, with tips on passwords, Zoom security and parental control options. Participants are welcome to attend with their children as the presenters will include their children in the discussion as well.

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