2015 Summer Resource Round-Up

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With the warm weather and carefree days of summer, you might have missed some of the great resources we’ve added since our Spring Resource Round Up.  If you’re looking to increase your referrals, here are some of the new resources you’ll want to check out.

1.  Who’s Who of Career Step Students
If you’re looking to broaden your referral base, this series is just for you! We’ve been highlighting the different types of Career Step students, as well as providing ideas on how to increase your referrals within that community. We recently showcased two of our largest groups of students, Working Moms and Career Changers. You’ll also want to be sure to check out the Fit School Around Your Life and Start A New Career fliers in the Resource Center.

2.  Social Media for Referrals: LinkedIn
Another great way to increase your referrals is through social media. In the latest post in this series, we focus on LinkedIn and how you might be able to use it to increase your referrals. Whether you are a LinkedIn beginner or expert, you’ll want to check it out!

3.  Program Overview Videos: Medical Transcription and Editing
Are you using videos in your referral efforts? They’re a great way to give your friends and family a quick idea of what Career Step’s programs are all about. We’ve featured our Medical Coding and Billing and Pharmacy Technician programs and have recently added our most popular course, Medical Transcription and Editing. Share these great videos with your contacts today!

4. Facebook Ideas
We also continue to add images and ideas that you can use to increase your referrals through Facebook. Below are the latest posts in our Facebooking for Referrals series:

Don’t forget, to like us on Facebook to stay up to date on all the latest referral news!

5.  Education Options After High School Infographic
Do you know any high school seniors or recent graduates? This infographic is perfect to share with them! It briefly summarizes their options and things they should consider when making plans for their future. (If you’re interested in some other ideas for getting more referrals with this group, check out our Who’s Who of Career Step Students: High School Seniors.)

What do you think of our new additions? Are there resources we’re lacking that you’d like us to add? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!


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