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Austin, TX 2019 Preliminary Program

WHERE

Texas Union Building, University of Texas at Austin
2308 Whitis Avenue
Austin, TX 78712

WHEN

Tuesday, November 19, 2019
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Wednesday, November 20, 2019
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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Additional presentations will be added soon.

  • Day 1 (Montreal & Waterloo)


  • Day 2 – Montreal


  • Day 2 – Waterloo


  • How campus recruiting differs from other recruiting; major processes and timelines; and, key relationships.

  • Determining the core purpose of campus recruitment for your organization and priorities for success.

  • Researching and compiling evidence to support investment in student and graduate hiring.

  • What is an EVP; how and why to develop your EVP; campus EVP vs general EVP; What is a brand; communicating brand; and, campus media.

  • Developing and managing good relationships with career and internship offices; info sessions, career fairs, student clubs, faculty relations, special events, workshops; and, ambassadors.

  • Selecting a manageable quantity; metrics to track; reasons for selection; corporate-school relations.

  • Developing your network; helpful resources; discovering best practices.

Chicago, IL 2019 Preliminary Program

WHERE

Illini Center
200 S Wacker Drive, 19th Floor
Chicago, IL 60606

WHEN

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Thursday, December 5, 2019
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Tickets

Register Now


Additional presentations will be added soon.

  • Day 1 (Montreal & Waterloo)


  • Day 2 – Montreal


  • Day 2 – Waterloo


  • How campus recruiting differs from other recruiting; major processes and timelines; and, key relationships.

  • Determining the core purpose of campus recruitment for your organization and priorities for success.

  • Researching and compiling evidence to support investment in student and graduate hiring.

  • What is an EVP; how and why to develop your EVP; campus EVP vs general EVP; What is a brand; communicating brand; and, campus media.

  • Developing and managing good relationships with career and internship offices; info sessions, career fairs, student clubs, faculty relations, special events, workshops; and, ambassadors.

  • Selecting a manageable quantity; metrics to track; reasons for selection; corporate-school relations.

  • Developing your network; helpful resources; discovering best practices.