LinkedIn Learning: The Career Jumpstart you Need! Enhance your skills for potential internships or jobs!
May 18, 2020
Have you ever felt that you didn’t have the hard skills that employers are looking for? Do you want to master Photoshop? Excel? Learn more about Search Engine Optimization to make sure you are the best candidate for that dream internship?
Chapman offers its students free access to LinkedIn Learning, the leading provider of online software training videos with virtual tutorials software, digital design, digital media-techniques and more. Straightforward training videos turn beginners into seasoned pros. There are 58,000+ videos that you can search by subject, software, vendor, or author!
Photoshop, advertising, Microsoft Excel, web design, marketing, public speaking, and more are featured with new videos added monthly. You will never run out of skills to sharpen upon.
“Learn from industry experts, and connect with a global network of experience on your time. How and when you want.”
Senior SCC major, Jared Updyke, found his LinkedIn Learning training on Strategic Thinking extremely beneficial to his major and his internship. “I took this course because it seemed to apply to my Strategic and Corporate Communication major. The training was easy to follow and gave me a new understanding of critical analysis and effectively wording my ideas. I will definitely check out some of the other videos to learn web design and photoshop!”
Just like Jared benefited, so can you. Below are instructions on how you can access the wealth of knowledge that is LinkedIn Learning!
Visit the LinkedIn Learning site and log in with your Chapman user ID and password.
- Click “Sign in” in the top right corner of the LinkedIn Learning home page.
- Click “Sign in with your organization account” below the blue login button.
- Enter your Chapman University email address and click “Continue”.
- You will then be re-directed to the Chapman University Single Sign-On page where you will need to enter your full “Chapman email address and password”.