Four non-profits share their insights on the college-to-career transition, the lost opportunity, and strategies for companies to drive sustainable diversity
While more companies are focused on attracting diverse talent than ever before, many are following the same playbook leading. Although the intentions are positive, organizations are often struggling to achieve diversity goals while missing out on high potential candidates.
During this one-hour panel discussion, these four organizations share why many recruiting approaches are ineffective in engaging their students, limiting the social and business impact. They also highlight specific strategies to identify and engage college students from underrepresented backgrounds to create equitable and effective hiring pathways even during this unusual environment.
Moderated by Jeffrey Moss, CEO of Parker Dewey, our panelists include:
- Corinne Milien, The Winning Edge, creating career pathways for diverse student-athletes
- Todd Penner, Dell Scholars, driving academic and professional success for first-generation college students
- Jamie Seger, University Innovation Alliance, collaborating with employers to prepare diverse students at large state universities
- Tania Wilcox, TheDream.us, creating professional opportunities for DACA students
Each of these organizations serves college students that are frequently overlooked by recruiters, yet offer incredible insights and valuable experiences not captured on their resumes.
Watch our replay now to learn how your company can better engage with students from diverse backgrounds, drive awareness early in their college career, and support professional opportunities within your community.
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