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What do college students want from employer information sessions? They want information about potential employers, without being lectured to.
branding and marketing, spotlight
Career services practitioners share their ideas for increasing student attendance at career fairs next fall.
Text on a website is no longer an effective way for companies to describe their culture. VR now helps employers make emotional connections to candidates.
technology, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, surveys, recruiting, spotlight
Quicken Loans has found it helpful to think of building an internship program similar to constructing something we all can relate to—an ice cream sundae.
best practices, internships, branding and marketing, spotlight
How can career services offices streamline their electronic communications to avoid oversharing without sacrificing student attendance?
Yale University creates short animated videos to cover introductory workshop topics and to get a better return on its investment of time and energy.
best practices, branding and marketing, operations, spotlight
Effective information sessions allow students to relate to the speaker and provide key information college students are seeking from a company employee.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, spotlight
Support from career centers is crucial to recruiters trying to organize and conduct effective information sessions on your campus. How can you help?
best practices, branding and marketing, spotlight
The use of social media as a recruiting tool increased significantly as nearly 80 percent of employers reported that they use social media in their recruiting efforts.
recruiting methods, branding and marketing, surveys, social media, benchmarks, spotlight
How can you best help the employers that recruit at your school? The first step is to understand their particular needs.
branding and marketing, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight