• School Selection - Recruiting


  • Tips for Identifying, Working With Target Schools

     

    Identifying the schools that can help meet your hiring goals can be challenging. An important step is to work closely with the people who do head count planning to determine the number and kind of openings your organization will have, the type of employees your organization wants, the diversity needs of your organization, and your budget for college recruiting.


     

    Employers Target Minority-Serving Schools, Student Organizations for Diversity Recruiting

     

    The vast majority of employers—79 percent—target schools that serve predominantly minority populations for diversity recruiting, according to results of NACE’s 2012 Recruiting Benchmarks Survey.


     

    Creating a System for Identifying, Supporting Target Schools

     

    Identifying the schools that can help meet your hiring goals can be challenging. An important step is to work closely with the people who do headcount planning to determine the number and kind of openings your organization will have, the type of employees your organization wants, the diversity needs of your organization, and your budget for college recruiting.


     

    School Selection Strategies to Reach Top Students

     
    To help fill open positions at their companies, recruiters need to find the students who have the skills and qualities they seek in candidates for those jobs. Recruiting at—or targeting—specific schools is an effective way to reach those students where they live.
     

    Recruiting for Diversity: Building Relationships With HBCUs

     
    To find diverse students, go where they are—historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs), tribal colleges, and other colleges and universities with significant minority student populations.
     

School Selection - Recruiting