Students are expected to have LinkedIn profiles, but not all of them are good at programming.
This is why some people make fake profiles on LinkedIn claiming themselves to be programmers. We should be aware of these fake profiles on LinkedIn and avoid getting fooled by them.
It is important to have a well-rounded skill set to be successful in the professional world. LinkedIn is a great resource for students to showcase their skills, projects, achievements, and goals.
A LinkedIn profile may seem daunting at first glance but it can be broken down into two parts: the header and the summary. The header which contains your name, headline, location, and icon can be customized while your summary should highlight your skills and experience that are relevant to the profession you are pursuing.
What is LinkedIn Student Programmer ?
LinkedIn Student Programmer is a program that allows students and young professionals to get experience and then get a job in the tech industry. It’s a free service where you can get paid for your work.
The LinkedIn Student Programmer program provides an opportunity to get valuable work experience by building real projects, while still in school or college, and then put this experience on your resume.
You will be eligible to apply for full-time roles at LinkedIn when you graduate from your university or college program.
For students who graduate end of 2018, our hiring window closes on March 31st, 2019.
To participate in the program, you must:
– Be a university/college student between 18 – 25 years old – Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at