ERE Webinar

How to be a Great Campus Partner: A Fireside Chat with Leaders in College Recruitment

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Campus recruiting isn’t what it used to be. The college recruiter’s responsibilities now far exceed meeting students at career fairs and filling seats. The stakes are higher, the demands are greater, and results are being measured. 

To drive a successful college recruitment strategy, you need to understand the student audience, be great campus partners with schools, create attractive events and candidate experience, nurture underrepresented talent, and be able to analyze and report your recruiting efforts’ impact and ROI. 

Don’t know where to start? We got you. Join us for a free webinar as campus recruiting leaders from manufacturing and tech spaces, and more share their best practices on how to drive successful campus recruiting operations. 

You’ll learn: 

  • What Gen Z wants and cares about 
  • How to be great partners with schools and universities 
  • Best practices to create successful campus career fairs and events 
  • Tips to manage, engage, and nurture underrepresented student talent 

Register for free to reserve your seat now. Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar, and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day. Everyone who attends the live broadcast will receive HRCI and SHRM credits.

Sponsored by
Gem
Gem’s Talent Engagement Platform helps recruiting teams use data and automation to engage talent more deeply, build diverse, high-quality pipelines, and hire predictably at any scale.

Gem unifies data and context from the tools recruiters use daily to create a source of truth for all talent relationships. Armed with insights about the entire recruiting process, automation to reach out to talent at scale, and true cross-functional collaboration tools, TA teams can proactively and strategically plan for what’s ahead.

About the speakers
Jessica Nguyen

Jessica Nguyen

University Relations Manager

Mohawk Industries

Jessica Nguyen is a university recruiting and higher education professional with 9+ years of experience working with traditional and non-traditional students including adult learners, first generation, low-income, and dual enrollment students. She is experienced in career counseling, post-graduation preparation, full cycle recruiting, and orientation. Additionally, she is adept at building partnerships across campuses and with the community. 

Winnie Tu

Winnie Tu

Intern Program Manager

HCSS

Winnie Tu serves as a Intern Program Manager at HCSS, a rapidly-growing construction software firm. A graduate from the C.T. Bauer Business College at the University of Houston, her specialty is building out campus recruitment initiatives to recruit and engage with top talent for internship and entry-level opportunities. She currently holds her AIRS recruiting certification (CIR). She is a native Houstonian and enjoys traveling and trying out new dessert places, especially tapioca.

Fiona Kong

Fiona Kong

Senior Manager, University Recruiting

SambaNova Systems

Fiona Kong created and runs the University Recruiting (UR) program at SambaNova Systems. She brings with her over 10 years of technical recruiting experience in the UR space and has hired 150+ engineers in the last three years. Outside of work, you can find her reading, bouldering, or catching up on shows.