The State of Campus Recruiting

Join us live on April 14th!

Each quarter Parker Dewey brings together corporate leaders, universities and organizations supporting students, and all those interested in addressing the challenges of college-to-career during our State of Campus Recruiting Call. We touch on hot topics facing recruiters and institutions and welcome questions in advance to help shape discussions with our panelists.

Spring 2021

As companies nationwide prepare for another summer of online and hybrid internship programs, we'll take a look at best practices and strategy considerations for next fall, and what you can do now to welcome in high potential candidates that are unable to participate in traditional programming.

Specifically, we'll take a look a the challenges faced by student-athletes when it comes to exploring careers and gaining meaningful experience. Together with a mix of career service professionals and campus recruiting leaders, we'll explore how to adapt to the needs of students, create meaningful alternatives, and ensure your talent pipeline is filled with highly-motivated candidates.

Hear Perspectives From:

Amanda-Brown Amanda Brown
Assistant Director, Career Enhancement & Employer Relations
Northwestern University - Athletics
Tony-Denhart Tony Denhart
University Relations Director
GE
Kelly-O-Sullivan Kelly O’Sullivan
Associate, Campus Recruitment
AlphaSights
Jeffrey-Moss

Jeffrey Moss
CEO and Founder
Parker Dewey

This moderated discussion will include a candid look at what's working and what's not in current campus recruiting efforts. Plus we'll share new strategies that are highly rated by students and staff alike.

Attendees can pre-submit questions to be answered during the call.

Register now to join us on April 14 at 2 PM EST / 1 PM CST / 11 AM PST as we chat with university and corporate leaders about overcoming challenges of campus to career transitions.

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