The social job hunt: Web startup brings resumes to life for college students in tough economy

Original post by Nicole Casal Moore via phys

(Phys.org) — A new career-focused social networking site is believed to be the first-of-its-kind platform for college students and recent grads to showcase their work and connect directly with hiring companies.

What Happens When You Die – New theory says death isn’t the end – RobertLanzaBiocentrism.com Seelio, from “see” and “portfolio,” was co-founded by a University of Michigan entrepreneurship instructor, and its public beta opens today. Portfolios are available to anyone with an edu email address, not just at U-M. Companies can also create accounts to recruit students.
The site’s developers say it fills a gap in the landscape of online portfolio and career-focused networking sites, especially for the entry-level demographic. Seelio is the only known site to meld dynamic online work portfolios with a network of other job seekers and recruiters. The site mashes the professionalism of LinkedIn with the interactivity potential of Facebook and the attractive display of Pinterest to create a dedicated space to celebrate work.

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