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Many employers that shifted their internship programs to virtual during the pandemic plan to make virtual assignments part of their internship programs in the future.
technology, internships, operations, trends and predictions, recruiting, spotlight, coronavirus
As employers begin to rely more heavily on the use of technology when screening job candidates, inherent biases within this technology have begun to be revealed in the documentary “Coded Bias.”
technology, diversity and inclusion, member voices
In response to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic, employers are most commonly offering a hybrid internship program this summer.
College career services offices have changed the ways they engage employers and students from historically marginalized groups during the COVID-19 pandemic.
technology, operations, trends and predictions, recruiting, spotlight, special populations, coronavirus
This fall, the majority of employers will be hosting their own virtual recruiting events, such as Zoom sessions, virtual tours, and virtual career fairs.
Most career services offices plan to hold both in-person and virtual career fairs this fall, but many employers expect to hold their own virtual events.
During the pandemic, only 22% of college students took an internship, half were in-person positions, and quality indicators for online internships were low, according to a new study.
technology, best practices, internships, operations, spotlight, talent acquisition, coronavirus
The number of offers accepted by Cigna’s 2020 cohort of virtual interns indicates that the company’s conversion strategy was successful. There are several key reasons for this success.
technology, best practices, internships, operations, spotlight, coronavirus
Can building authentic relationships—the very essence of effective recruiting—be replicated digitally? There are steps employers can take to personalize the student experience.
technology, best practices, recruiting, spotlight, coronavirus
The lessons Cree Wolfspeed’s URR team learned during the COVID-19 pandemic have helped inform their preparation for this summer’s program and beyond.