Mildred Elley Students Receive Free Access to’s Software to Enhance Your Online Reputation

Over 70% of employers screen potential employees on social media and 54% have rejected a candidate based on something found on their social media accounts.

As a Mildred Elley student, enjoy free access to BrandYourself’s online reputation management software to clean up your online presence and get it job-search ready.

BrandYourself’s software scans your social media accounts and automatically identifies red flags that hiring managers and recruiters look for on social media. This includes posts and images that employers might consider unprofessional, inappropriate, polarizing, or objectionable.

The software also takes you through the process of building the type of positive online presence that employers look for when screening candidates, including which professional profiles to be on and how to best set them up to help win you career opportunities. Not only will the tools walk you through industry best practices but it will help you optimize all your profiles to rank higher in search results allowing employers to find relevant results.

How to Access your Free Subscription

To begin your free subscription, create an account with your Mildred Elley email address (it’s that simple!).

You must create your BrandYourself account with your Mildred Elley email ( or in order to unlock your premium subscription through our partnership with BrandYourself.

Have any questions? Reach out to BrandYourself’s support team at 646-863-8226 (M-F 9:30-5:30 pm EST) or via the live chat feature on their website.


More about BrandYourself is a leading online reputation management company that provides DIY software and in-house services to help people clean up, improve, and protect how they look online.

BrandYourself has been recognized by the White House, named a “Best Entrepreneurial Company in America” by Entrepreneur Magazine, declared “Best Online Reputation Services for Individuals” by Business News Daily and appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank, where they walked away from a $2 million offer – one of the highest offers in the show’s history.