Follow RIT Career Services on Twitter. RIT Career Fairs is also on Twitter, get tips or connect with recruiters and industry folks and share your experiences #RITCF. The RIT Creative Industry Day event @RIT_Creativity uses Twitter too. Follow RIT Diversity Careers for updates and information on that topic.
Be sure to join RIT Career Services LinkedIn group which includes nearly 3,000 students, alumni, industry people. Don't overlook the RIT Alumni Group -- you immediately will grow your connections with professionals working at companies all over the country (and world).
RIT Office of Co-op and Career Services is on Facebook too.
BlogsBlogging allows you to connect with a community and exchange information and feedback. Develop a blog that details your career interests. Create a pictorial blog of your designs with interspersing text. Also, show your knowledge and understanding by discussing advances and trends. Create instructions and tutorials on relevant products and services; talk about new product releases. In addition, use your blog to share feedback and reviews. If a professor or colleague gives your work a good review, post it on your blog. This is a great way to draw attention to your strengths, without sounding forceful.
Read through RIT Career Matters posts on topics related to careers and job search strategies.