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LinkedIn Learning is a great resource for anyone looking to improve their skills, and if you live in the US or Canada, you may have free access through your local library. To take advantage of this, simply follow these steps: 

1. Navigate to https://www.linkedin.com/learning/login or open the LinkedIn Learning mobile app.

2. Click Sign in with your library card.

3. Enter your library ID after www.linkedin.com/learning-login/go/

For example, if you live in Santa Clara, your ID is sccld. If you don’t know, visit the library page and select online resources and you will find an option to access LinkedIn Learning. 

4. Enter your Library card number and PIN then click Continue.

5. If you're having trouble logging in, please contact your library directly for assistance.

Here are some of the most useful resources we would love for you to take advantage of:

  1. Switching Your Career

Making a career change can be a daunting task. You may have finally found your dream job, but now you're up against candidates with more experience in the field. How can you make the switch and stand out from the rest? Dr. Dawn Graham, author of Switchers: How Smart Professionals Change Careers and Seize Success, explains that the key lies in identifying your transferable skills and creating personal and professional personas that will work in your new industry. She says that you need to convince employers you can leap to a new role or industry.

Dr. Dawn provides an inside look at the job search process from a hiring manager's perspective and explains the psychological principles that guide it. She also offers tips for rebranding yourself and impressing your interviewer by taking tough questions and turning them to your advantage. Get ready to make the switch with these smart, actionable tips.

  1. The transition from Teaching to Your New Career Opportunity

Teachers who are looking to jump ship and start anew in the private sector have a lot of factors to consider. Most importantly, they need to be able to identify their skills and map them to potential opportunities in the private sector. This can be a difficult and daunting task, but fortunately, Kai Frazier is here to help. In this course, Kai provides specific and actionable advice on transitioning from education to the private sector. She also offers guidance and support throughout the process, making the entire transition less challenging.

LinkedIn can be an excellent tool for networking and rebranding yourself as you transition to a new career. In this helpful guide, Kai walks you through how to create a new resume, increase your chances of interviewing and landing your new gig, and how stay on track throughout your transition. By following her tips and using the right tools, transitioning to a new career doesn’t have to be painful.

  1. Become a Cybersecurity Professional

There has never been a better time to break into cybersecurity. If you're just beginning to explore a career in this fast-growing field, this learning path can help you gain a basic understanding of cybersecurity concepts and prepare you to dive more deeply into the field. You can expect to learn about:

  1. Career Essentials in Project Management by Microsoft and LinkedIn

Discover what it takes to succeed as a project management professional. Find out how to manage projects effectively, from simple to complex. Get expert guidance on scheduling, budgeting, communication, and more. Explore project management tools included in the Microsoft 365 suite.

Here, you can discover how to successfully manage both large and small projects. Plus, you can get some practice using project management software. By following these tips, you'll be well on your way to becoming a project management pro!

  1. Become a Product Manager

As a product manager, you will be responsible for a lot: from product strategy and development to design, as well as product launch and retirement. You'll need to work with stakeholders from all sorts of departments, like UX, engineering, marketing, sales, and management. 

Don't worry though! By the end of this learning path, you will have all the foundation you need to hit the ground running as a new product manager. Specifically, you will learn about: 

If you're looking for more advice on how to have a happier career path, take a look at this blog segment by take2. They share some implementable guides and tools that can help you achieve success.

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