New site helps students spice up their resumes and connects them to potential employers.
Seelio is a social networking site that helps college students spice up their resumes with graphic designs, pictures and videos and gives them a platform to showcase their work to potential employers. Students with similar interests and skills can use the site to connect with one another and potential employers can reach out directly through a private messaging service.
The social network was created as a way to differentiate students who were complaining that they all seemed identical on paper and is currently only available to people with a .edu email address. Employers pay $50 per month to reach out to students on the site and $150 to post a job.
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