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Rosetta’s Campus Ambassador Program engages interns and uses their involvement to develop more meaningful relationships on campus.
best practices, internships, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, spotlight
Entrepreneurial students can help spark innovation and improve procedures within organizations. However, traditional companies can find it difficult to identify and attract these students.
branding and marketing
While LinkedIn was the most highly regarded social network across STEM majors, some majors found it to be more useful than others, according to results of NACE’s Class of 2015 Student Survey.
STEM, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
There is no one model for the ideal career center, as the broad diversity of institutions makes it impossible to apply one that will work for all. NACE’s 21st Century Career Services Model Team identified three themes that provide a framework for the successful 21st century career center. Part 2 addresses the student engagement theme.
models, branding and marketing
It is increasingly important for career services to think about its story and how data support its value proposition. The external pressures on our institutions have translated into higher expectations and more opportunities for career services to showcase our direct contributions to student success.
best practices, branding and marketing, organizational structure, assessment, journal
Career services professionals are doing good work, but how well do stakeholder groups and audiences understand that work and the significance of its results? How strategic is career services in reporting what career services does, why, and the differences it makes for those served? Based on research, including a review of multiple career services annual reports, this article delves into how career services leaders use that strategy to communicate the success of the work they do.
best practices, branding and marketing, operations, organizational structure, journal
A fresh understanding of human behavior—what motivates, what inspires, and what drives talent is changing the very foundation of organizations around the world. Leading organizations are already benefiting from this new knowledge. The key is to leverage this groundbreaking information to help you rethink what’s possible and to remain relevant to the next wave of talent.
best practices, branding and marketing, journal
Humans have a basic need for three things: autonomy, competence, and relatedness. When these needs are fulfilled among your employees, your company will see of motivation, performance, persistence, and creativity. When any of these needs are hindered, your company will experience the opposite effect.
best practices, compensation, branding and marketing, leadership
It might be time for career professionals to help students craft a new style of resume that includes creative and technological concepts.
technology, best practices, branding and marketing, social media, journal
Use marketing messages to brand your organization to potential hires. What makes your organization a great place to work is not about what you think—it’s about what your employees think. A great organizational culture is created by finding great people who are the right fit for the company.
recruiting methods, branding and marketing, journal