In the jobs section of the New York Daily News, there is an article (link not available as of this posting) about being an admissions officer as a career.
One of the surprising things the article stressed was that 1 out of 10 admissions officers look at an applicant’s social networking profile (i.e Facebook, LinkedIn, Myspace.)
This just goes to show that keeping your profile “in check” isn’t just for career and job seekers.
If you are in admissions, are you looking at an applicant’s social profile?
How does it influence admissions decisions?
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