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you are what you tweet
© John Atkinson, Wrong Hands
What if your resume
were your last 5 tweets?
What are you
telling employers?
I work well
in a team
I can find and
analyze information
I make
smart
decisions

I have good
judgment
I have strong
communication
skills
What do you think
about this guy?
congruence
The person seen online
should be the same person
portrayed in your resume
minimize negative
• clean up
• use privacy settings
• don’t post it
minimize negative
• clean up
• use privacy settings
• don’t post it
minimize negative
• clean up
• use privacy settings
• don’t post it
minimize negative
• clean up
• use privacy settings
• don’t post it
What if your resume
were your last 5 tweets?
56% of organizations use
social media in recruiting
and hiring – Society of H...
maximize positive
• claim your name
• create your learning network
• listen
• share information
• participate in conversat...
maximize positive
• claim your name
• create your learning network
• listen
• share information
• participate in conversat...
blog

LinkedIn
Facebook

Twitter
maximize positive
• claim your name
• create your learning network
• listen
• share information
• participate in conversat...
maximize positive
• claim your name
• create your learning network
• listen
• share information
• participate in conversat...
a real example
Hakeem Jefferson ‘11
Hakeem
Jefferson
‘11
questions?
@maegan_g
maegan@sc.edu
Thank you!
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In “You Are What You Tweet,” students will learn how to create a positive identify through social media. We’ll quickly review some don’t-dos but focus on the dos: ways that students can show the world (but in particular, professors, colleagues/classmates and potential employers) their best.

By the end of the presentation, students should be able to:
- recognize that social media posts are perceived differently by different people
- understand the importance of limiting private information
- be able to name 3 ways to use social media tools to cultivate a positive identity online

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  1. 1. you are what you tweet
  2. 2. © John Atkinson, Wrong Hands
  3. 3. What if your resume were your last 5 tweets?
  4. 4. What are you telling employers?
  5. 5. I work well in a team
  6. 6. I can find and analyze information
  7. 7. I make smart decisions I have good judgment
  8. 8. I have strong communication skills
  9. 9. What do you think about this guy?
  10. 10. congruence The person seen online should be the same person portrayed in your resume
  11. 11. minimize negative • clean up • use privacy settings • don’t post it
  12. 12. minimize negative • clean up • use privacy settings • don’t post it
  13. 13. minimize negative • clean up • use privacy settings • don’t post it
  14. 14. minimize negative • clean up • use privacy settings • don’t post it
  15. 15. What if your resume were your last 5 tweets? 56% of organizations use social media in recruiting and hiring – Society of HR Mgmt
  16. 16. maximize positive • claim your name • create your learning network • listen • share information • participate in conversation
  17. 17. maximize positive • claim your name • create your learning network • listen • share information • participate in conversation
  18. 18. blog LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
  19. 19. maximize positive • claim your name • create your learning network • listen • share information • participate in conversation
  20. 20. maximize positive • claim your name • create your learning network • listen • share information • participate in conversation
  21. 21. a real example Hakeem Jefferson ‘11
  22. 22. Hakeem Jefferson ‘11
  23. 23. questions? @maegan_g maegan@sc.edu
  24. 24. Thank you!
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