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General Discussion

1 Answer

Michael Watson
Michael Watson
Treehouse Teacher

Hey Eric,

Absolutely! :smile: In reality, it totally depends on the job you're applying for. Assuming it's a technology related job I'd definitely recommend including your projects on your CV. I've seen it done well in a variety of ways, for example by including a link to your Treehouse profile, personal website, or GitHub page. Some students highlight particular projects or courses that they're proud of, or are directly relevant to the job posting. Completing projects on Treehouse shows great initiative and a desire to learn and improve. Good employers love that.

Happy learning!

Eric De Wildt
Eric De Wildt
Courses Plus Student 13,077 Points

Well I have been doing it all wrong then and I need to fix that lol! Thanks for the answer!