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The KU Engineering Career Center’s social media takeover program is especially important now, when employers are unable to engage students in person.
technology, branding and marketing, social media, spotlight, coronavirus
One of the issues career center staff will face this fall is how to handle their career closet program.
best practices, branding and marketing
An inclusive work culture mirrors the community the organization serves and yields many benefits for both the organization and its employees.
best practices, branding and marketing, diversity and inclusion, spotlight
Employers share ideas on “campus champion” programs, including staffing, responsibilities and expectations, and guidelines for campus engagement.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, program development, recruiting, spotlight, strategic planning
Throughout the college recruiting process, employers need to take advantage of micro-moments to personalize interactions and dazzle their candidates.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, generations, spotlight
Meetups are effective recruiting tools as they allow students and recruiters to establish personal connections.
best practices, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, recruiting, spotlight
Meetups are informal events that help students learn about career development and the job search.
best practices, branding and marketing, spotlight, career development
How do you get more students to attend your career fairs? Career services staff share their latest ideas.
From a pop-up career closet to another that provides identity affirming clothing, NACE members share their ideas for managing a professional clothing closet for students.
This companion piece to Ainsley Maloney’s “How to Create Visual Emails That Increase Student Engagement and Recruiting Success” offers insight into what attracts students.
branding and marketing, employer relations