The most important thing is to ensure that you have a complete Udacity Profile. This is what we send to hiring partners, so the more complete a profile, the better! It’s important to include your work history, some deep detail about a project you’re proud of, as well as the keywords that most represent the stacks & languages you’re experienced with.
While we may share your profile with relevant partners, remember that you’re still being evaluated among a pool of other students like you, and you should work to be unique in how you talk about yourself and show your skills on your Profile and on your resume.
Recruiters find you via key words, so work to make yourself discoverable on your Udacity Profile, on your resume keywords, by having a relevant blog, Linkedin and online portfolio.
Also, be sure to complete your career lessons and projects. You can find these career lessons in the classroom. They provide tailored feedback to help you prepare and polish your resume, cover letter, LinkedIn and Github profiles.