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To help your organization understand the value of sending you to the Campus Recruiting Forum, use this template to prepare your business case. You can download it in Word here or simply copy and paste it from below.

Subject line: Campus Recruiting Forum Registration

Dear [NAME HERE],

I am writing to express my strong interest in attending this year’s Campus Recruiting Forum being held in San Francisco, CA on November 28th and 29th or in Chicago, IL on December 6th and 8th.

As the market to hire student and new grad talent becomes increasingly competitive, it is important that we stay on top of changing talent acquisition best practices on campus.

Many of our recruitment competitors attend this program regularly; if we aren’t there we may risk falling behind in our approach and tactics.

This Forum will give me access to the experiences and best practices of many top employers; the latest research regarding acquiring young talent; and, access to a network other employers and colleges that we can learn from.

The Campus Recruiting Forum is a comprehensive two-day educational program that focuses on equipping professionals involved in attracting, engaging and recruiting students with skills that will allow us to:

 

  • Fine tune our strategy to attract top students
  • Evaluate and select target schools
  • Position our Employee Value Proposition for campus
  • Build a stronger business case to gain more resources
  • Build and develop our brand on campus
  • Optimize our internship programs

Below is the brief agenda for this two-day conference. I think we can agree that gaining insight from experienced campus recruiting professionals on these topics would be valuable as we continue to develop strategies and further develop our processes and brand on campus.

This conference will cover a range of relevant topics including:

 

  • Strategic Planning
  • Building Your Business Case
  • Employer Branding and Your EVP
  • Campus Relations and Building Your Presence
  • Understanding Today’s Students
  • Internship Best Practices
  • Target School Selection
  • How Students Are Responding to the Latest Recruitment Technologies
  • Best Practices in Campus Recruiting: Employer Panel
  • And more topics that will be announced closer to the event date

 

As you can see from this list of past attendees, a very wide variety of organizations and industries are represented. I believe that having a unique opportunity to network with these kinds of organizations will prove to be very beneficial in my professional growth within the company.

If you are interested in learning more about the Campus Recruiting Forum, you can find the website here: www.campusrecruitingforum.com

The cost for this two day conference in either San Francisco or Chicago:

$895 [Early-bird rate valid until September 28th] & $945 [Regular rate until November 2nd]

The registration fee includes continental breakfasts, lunches, and refreshment breaks.

Let me know your thoughts and if I can provide you with any additional information that might aid in making a decision.

Thank you!

(Your Name Here)

P.S Here are a few testimonials from past attendees:

Vincent Gavigan, University Relations Manager, Fox Rehabilitation

 “This event was so valuable, the combination of fundamentals and employer experts provided a real-world applications that we are looking to implement immediately. The opportunity to network was invaluable.” 

Liz Martinez, Campus Recruiter, Robert Half

“To sit in a room full of professionals from across the nation that share my passion in developing early career talent was an invaluable experience. The best part for me: hearing about the data behind practices and current trends in campus recruiting.”

Edward Tien, Campus Recruiter, Northrop Grumman 

“Really engaging discussions both inside and outside the core topics. It is wonderful to converse with like-minded professionals in similar situations and similar backgrounds.” 

Emma Paul, Talent Acquisition, Bruce Power

 “It was an incredible opportunity to attend the Fundamentals of Campus Recruiting Program. It helped us to develop our “outside the box” thinking, network with other campus recruiters, and develop innovative ideas. I would recommend this program to anyone involved in campus recruiting!”

For a full list of event testimonials please follow the link below:

http://campusrecruitingforum.com/testimonials/