Staying Safe on
111 Purple Way Evansville, IN 47722 (812)488-5555 email@example.com
Objective Part-time internship in management
Summary Hard working and detail-oriented; Strong experience in retail
environment; Creative problem solver; Finished 1st in
keg stand competition
Education B.S. Business Administration Expected May 2008
UNIVERSITY of EVANSVILLE GPA 3.7
121 Purple Way Evansville, IN 47722 (812)488-7777 firstname.lastname@example.org
Objective Full-time position in human resources
Summary Proven leader and public speaker; Dedicated and hard
working; work well in teams; Initiative and problem solving
twice for public indecency and
Education B.S. Psychology Expected May 2007
UNIVERSITY of EVANSVILLE GPA 3.9
131 Purple Way Evansville, IN 47722 (812)488-9999 email@example.com
Objective Admission to medical school
Summary Highly-motivated and goal-oriented; Understanding of
biomedical research and modeling techniques; In-depth
self study on the results of going to
Education B.S. Biology Expected May 2007
UNIVERSITY of EVANSVILLE GPA 4.0
What would be the repercussions of putting
this information on your resume?
What results could occur from this
information being on a resume?
What can you do to avoid this type of
information becoming public knowledge?
Facebook allows students to interact with
one another via the web.
To date there are over 7.5 million users of
Facebook is the 7th highest trafficked
Users of Facebook should be aware that the
information may not be as private as they wish.
Several legal cases regarding identity theft,
harassment, and expulsion from higher education
institutions have already occurred.
26.9% of employers reported in a recent NACE
survey that they have either reviewed candidate
profiles on social networking sites or “Googled” the
Treat the internet like a public document; anything
you post can be intercepted by a third party.
LIMIT the amount of personal information you
post on your profile, especially:
Think about the first three slides—
What would you do if a potential employer
learned that type of information about you?
Do you think you would be hired or accepted
into the graduate program?
Would your parents be understanding?