When you're looking for a new job, employers are going to check your social media accounts. If your account is private, they won't see much, so Caitlin Self of HackCollege suggests making any positive posts available to the public.
It's important you protect your privacy on social media. But if you've done something great, show it! Self explains how this can help you in the long run:
So you're studying abroad for 4 months, working a summer internship, or getting great grades in your classes. These are the positive details of your life that can (and should) be shared publicly. If you have lots of posts about exciting opportunities and happy life events, employers are more likely to take this at face value instead of digging into your private life, and they will also see a healthy, responsible individual's Facebook page.
Make sure whatever you post is positive and professional. It's OK to keep it real and be honest, but don't lie! That can catch up with you down the line.