Okay, you get it. Social media is an important tool for university recruiters. But no one tells you HOW to use it. That changes now. Here’s a guide that will lead you through the basics of social media for university recruiters and give you specific examples of companies who are doing it right!
So much can happen in 140 characters. It’s understandable if you’re a little hesitant about being active on Twitter. Still, as a university recruiter, it’s crucial to understand and make use of this social media platform (even if you don’t have an account of your own). We teach you how to listen to others and navigate your way around this social network in our beginner’s guide to Twitter for university recruiters.
What can university recruiters, career services professionals, and students expect from university recruiting in the 2014–2015 school year? That’s exactly what we explored with the help of Stanford University and the Collegiate Employment Research Institute at the Recruiting Trends Symposium in November 2014. Check out the data we discussed and what it means for your future university recruiting plans.
There are all kinds of networking opportunities at universities or colleges, including networking nights or recruiters visiting your campus. Here are important networking tips that college students need to know.