When it comes to meeting professionals without even having to leave campus, virtual networking—aka ‘attending’ an event to network with other professionals in your field over Skype, a conference call or even Twitter—is your BFF. We all know that it’s totally necessary to rock the business casual look to networking events IRL, but believe it or not, you should also completely pull yourself together for a virtual networking event over video chat. Cara Gargano, owner of Cara G Casting, a company that uses Skype to interview potential cast members for reality shows, says that looking the part is half the battle.
Luckily for us, opportunities to network virtually are only increasing, which means that making connections to score you that killer internship or job is becoming easier. “Always have your hair and makeup ready and dress the part,” Gargano says.
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“Come up with an elevator pitch that includes what you studied, what you're passionate about, and what separates you from like individuals.
Selling yourself can be stressful and awkward for some people, but if you have a go-to elevator pitch in your back pocket you'll feel more confident than if you were speaking, or typing in the case of an online chat event, off the cuff.” Whether your online networking event is conducted through video conferencing, over the phone or in a virtual chat room, you’ll need to be able to introduce yourself in a way that makes you stand out among other professionals.
“With so many “swipe left, swipe right” dating apps out there right now, we wanted a way to take people beyond the often misleading, perfectly manicured profile pictures and get them right to face time,” said Matthew Cohen, CEO of Spin Labs.
“Looking into someone’s eyes and having a conversation, even a 30 second one, can be much more revealing than reading a list of interests and seeing a gallery of heavily edited, perfectly filtered selfies,” he added. Players spin a virtual bottle and get matched with another single user located nearby.