I have just begun an MBA with a nonprofit management track, to help me get a foot in the door of non profit management. Is it appropriate to put the new university on my CV with an anticipated graduation date.?

Also, how many  put their linkedIn profile on their resume?

Thanks!



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In regard to your LinkedIn question, you might as well add it to your resume along with any relevant social networking sites you utilize. Any recruiter worth their salt will Google your name and learn all they can prior to bringing you in. Make sure any public view of your site is appropriate - you don't want to be eliminated from consideration over a photo.... Good luck!
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David DeCapua said:
In regard to your LinkedIn question, you might as well add it to your resume along with any relevant social networking sites you utilize. Any recruiter worth their salt will Google your name and learn all they can prior to bringing you in. Make sure any public view of your site is appropriate - you don't want to be eliminated from consideration over a photo.... Good luck!
Certainly put the University and your MBA pursuit on the resume. You can either show the Univ. and say MBA/Non Profit Management in progress/currently attending or show it as anticipated graduation date.

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