#SyncMeUpScotty – Who are You?

Hey there Huskies! Welcome to the second blog post in the OrgSync series, #SyncMeUpScotty.

Last time we went over the basics of OrgSync and getting started – today will be about making yourself known with your personal profile.OrgSync 2

Get started by logging into OrgSync with your myNEU username and password. It should take you straight to your dashboard, where you’ll find all of the latest updates from your student organizations. From here, click on your name in the top right corner and a drop-down list including “My Profile” should appear.

OrgSync 1Edit your basic profile to represent yourself online and how you can be contacted. (And make sure to smile big for your profile picture too!)OrgSync 3

If you’re feeling extra ambitious, try tailoring the “About Me” section – what do you want student organizations or potential employers to know about you? It’s a great place to start showcasing what your skills and interests are, and for freshmen reading, there’s an added bonus in that it helps prepare you for co-op resume writing.

OrgSync 4Once you’ve made the final touches to your basic profile, move on to the Northeastern University Profile, where you’ll fill out school information. Details include your position at school (e.g. student, faculty, alumni, etc.) to what you’re studying at Northeastern. Don’t forget to include your NU ID!

Remember, your profile is how you’ll appear to other student organizations within OrgSync.

And that’s that! Thanks for joining us once again, and be sure to be on the lookout for our next OrgSync Post!

Until then, hats off to U, NU, NU…


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