You may have heard the term “networking” for most of your life, but you may not realize what it is or how important it can be.
Networking refers to building connections that could improve your professional prospects. For example, meeting with business owners, project runners and community leaders can all open doors for your future career. These connections can be far more important than you realize.
According to some estimates, the average person secures between 65 to 90 percent of their jobs thanks to networking. This means that it is essential for you to develop these connections before you graduate.
Here are some best practices college students should learn to build up your networking skills. READ MORE AT STUDENT ASSEMBLY