BYU students and alumni are increasingly forming helpful links online. Care to join them? Read more and take a quick poll about your own connections.
How connected are you?
Social and business connections can be essential to your success, which is why BYU students and alumni are increasingly forming helpful links online. We live in an interdependent world where six degrees of separation are more than an idea. Are you connected? How connected are you?
The ways we connect today are changing. We may no longer be meeting at the bowling alley, but we are, nevertheless, meeting and connecting. For instance, LDS.biz, created by BYU alumnus David Bradford, is one of many ways LDS people are connecting.
Furthermore, more than 80,000 BYU alumni have created a personal profile on LinkedIn as another means of staying connected, using this electronic card filing system to manage relationships and even send Christmas greetings to family and friends. Moreover, Brigham Young University ranks sixth in the United States for the number of students on LinkedIn. Students are looking for mentors, and LinkedIn is one way you can connect with and help them.
What is LinkedIn?