Did you know that 82% of college admissions officers use Facebook in their recruiting? What image have you portrayed on your social media sites? Is it one that seals the deal and gets you that letter? Many high school seniors are anxiously awaiting to hear what colleges they will be attending. Some are just beginning to apply. I hope for your sake that you have not put anything on Face-book that paints you in an unfavorable light. For all of you middle school and high schoolers, be careful what you put out on the social media sites. It could come back to haunt you. And college students and everyone else must also be careful of the image they portray on social media sites. You’ll be looking for jobs one day. Remember info in the webisphere can hang out there forever. Consider the following:
“We all know that employers check out your online persona, but the trend is spreading. Now your dirty laundry on the Internet could keep you out of college, too.
A new survey from Kaplan Test Prep reveals that 82 percent of admissions officers use Facebook in their recruiting. While this sounds like a positive spin on having an online presence – meaning the college of your dreams can see your interests and your favorite books. And maybe yours jive perfectly with that of the college’s dream student.” Click below to continue article.
via Study: 80 Percent of College Admissions Departments Stalk Your Facebook – TIME NewsFeed.