Austin, TX 2019 Preliminary Program

WHERE

Texas Union Building, University of Texas at Austin
2308 Whitis Avenue
Austin, TX 78712

WHEN

Tuesday, November 19, 2019
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Wednesday, November 20, 2019
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Tickets

Register Now


Additional presentations will be added soon.

  • Day 1 (Both Cities)


  • Day 2 (Austin, TX)


  • Day 2 (Chicago, IL)


  • How campus recruiting differs from other recruiting; major processes and timelines; and, key relationships.

  • Determining the core purpose of campus recruitment for your organization and priorities for success.

  • Selecting a manageable quantity; metrics to track; reasons for selection; corporate-school relations.

  • Developing and managing good relationships with career and internship offices; info sessions, career fairs, student clubs, faculty relations, special events, workshops; and, ambassadors.

  • What is an EVP; how and why to develop your EVP; campus EVP vs general EVP; What is a brand; communicating brand; and, campus media.

  • Description TBA.

  • Researching and compiling evidence to support investment in student and graduate hiring.

  • Fundamentals of internship programs; strategic use; keys to success.

  • Developing your network; helpful resources; discovering best practices.

  • Mary Scott will present the findings of the just-released campus-based study 'Revisiting High Touch/High Tech: What Students Value – and Why’'. Topics include: the value of current recruitment practices, tools and techniques; the impact of recruitment execution, both high touch and high tech; and the factors that influence students' perceptions of employer authenticity. Quantitative and qualitative data will be presented to document what students value [and don't] - and WHY - during their job search experience.

  • After experiencing branding challenges, National Instruments decided to focus on the most important aspect of recruiting: the front-line team members who represent the brand on campus. Any organization with a lean recruiting team has to leverage the time and strengths of managers across the lines of business to get involved on campus. As research shows, students want to talk to the “real people” they’ll be working with; but this puts your brand in the hands of people who aren’t fully immersed in campus recruiting.

    Come learn how National Instruments developed and implemented a universal training program to ensure their representatives on campus were the best possible brand ambassadors to help attract the right talent right now. Hear what worked and what had to be improved; join the discussion; and take some new ideas back to your organization.

  • There is limited room in students' minds for a seemingly unlimited number of employer brands and opportunities.

    As the student recruitment marketplace continues to tighten, which strategies will prove most effective for differentiating your brand and making more impactful connections with students in the 2020s?

    This workshop will be a facilitated discussion among all the participants and presenters around 10 key success factors. Strategies discussed will include the development of elite leadership programs; optimizing campus events; focusing on engagement over retention; and making your brand (any brand) famous.

  • With shifts in the economy, new technologies and changing student attitudes, the campus recruitment landscape is always shifting. How are employers adapting in order to position themselves to attract and hire the best?

    This panel of front-line experts from campus career centers have witnessed both the best practices and the biggest mistakes of employers for many years. They will share their thoughts and engage you in the discussion on the changing marketplace while making recommendations for hiring effectively on campus.

    Questions that will be addressed include:

    - How has the campus recruitment landscape changed, and what’s next?
    - What is the most effective ways to build awareness and brand on campus?
    - What mistakes have employers made that others can learn from?
    - What are some recent best practices you’ve seen by employers on campus?

    Join the discussion and be sure to get your questions addressed.

  • Details TBA.

  • As the competition for talent has intensifies, internship programs have become an increasingly important component of almost every organizations’ talent acquisition and development strategy.

    But how much companies benefit from internship programs varies widely from organization to organization. Many variables can affect the value of the work your interns do and the quality of their experience with your organization. And all of these factors will affect your employer brand and influence your conversion rates into new hires.

    Join C.J. Harris in this interactive workshop as she takes you through some best practices for getting the most out of your internship programs. These will include key strategies for running an effective orientation, enhancing the intern experience (including performance evaluations, facilitating networking, intern engagement, etc.), and managing offers & improving acceptance rates.

  • Mary Scott will present the findings of the just-released campus-based study 'Revisiting High Touch/High Tech: What Students Value – and Why’'. Topics include: the value of current recruitment practices, tools and techniques; the impact of recruitment execution, both high touch and high tech; and the factors that influence students' perceptions of employer authenticity. Quantitative and qualitative data will be presented to document what students value [and don't] - and WHY - during their job search experience.

  • Details TBA.

  • Details TBA.

  • There is limited room in students' minds for a seemingly unlimited number of employer brands and opportunities.

    As the student recruitment marketplace continues to tighten, which strategies will prove most effective for differentiating your brand and making more impactful connections with students in the 2020s?

    This workshop will be a facilitated discussion among all the participants and presenters around 10 key success factors. Strategies discussed will include the development of elite leadership programs; optimizing campus events; focusing on engagement over retention; and making your brand (any brand) famous.

  • Details TBA.

Chicago, IL 2019 Preliminary Program

WHERE

Illini Center
200 S Wacker Drive, 19th Floor
Chicago, IL 60606

WHEN

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Thursday, December 5, 2019
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Tickets

Register Now


Additional presentations will be added soon.

  • Day 1 (Both Cities)


  • Day 2 (Austin, TX)


  • Day 2 (Chicago, IL)


  • How campus recruiting differs from other recruiting; major processes and timelines; and, key relationships.

  • Determining the core purpose of campus recruitment for your organization and priorities for success.

  • Selecting a manageable quantity; metrics to track; reasons for selection; corporate-school relations.

  • Developing and managing good relationships with career and internship offices; info sessions, career fairs, student clubs, faculty relations, special events, workshops; and, ambassadors.

  • What is an EVP; how and why to develop your EVP; campus EVP vs general EVP; What is a brand; communicating brand; and, campus media.

  • Description TBA.

  • Researching and compiling evidence to support investment in student and graduate hiring.

  • Fundamentals of internship programs; strategic use; keys to success.

  • Developing your network; helpful resources; discovering best practices.

  • Mary Scott will present the findings of the just-released campus-based study 'Revisiting High Touch/High Tech: What Students Value – and Why’'. Topics include: the value of current recruitment practices, tools and techniques; the impact of recruitment execution, both high touch and high tech; and the factors that influence students' perceptions of employer authenticity. Quantitative and qualitative data will be presented to document what students value [and don't] - and WHY - during their job search experience.

  • After experiencing branding challenges, National Instruments decided to focus on the most important aspect of recruiting: the front-line team members who represent the brand on campus. Any organization with a lean recruiting team has to leverage the time and strengths of managers across the lines of business to get involved on campus. As research shows, students want to talk to the “real people” they’ll be working with; but this puts your brand in the hands of people who aren’t fully immersed in campus recruiting.

    Come learn how National Instruments developed and implemented a universal training program to ensure their representatives on campus were the best possible brand ambassadors to help attract the right talent right now. Hear what worked and what had to be improved; join the discussion; and take some new ideas back to your organization.

  • There is limited room in students' minds for a seemingly unlimited number of employer brands and opportunities.

    As the student recruitment marketplace continues to tighten, which strategies will prove most effective for differentiating your brand and making more impactful connections with students in the 2020s?

    This workshop will be a facilitated discussion among all the participants and presenters around 10 key success factors. Strategies discussed will include the development of elite leadership programs; optimizing campus events; focusing on engagement over retention; and making your brand (any brand) famous.

  • With shifts in the economy, new technologies and changing student attitudes, the campus recruitment landscape is always shifting. How are employers adapting in order to position themselves to attract and hire the best?

    This panel of front-line experts from campus career centers have witnessed both the best practices and the biggest mistakes of employers for many years. They will share their thoughts and engage you in the discussion on the changing marketplace while making recommendations for hiring effectively on campus.

    Questions that will be addressed include:

    - How has the campus recruitment landscape changed, and what’s next?
    - What is the most effective ways to build awareness and brand on campus?
    - What mistakes have employers made that others can learn from?
    - What are some recent best practices you’ve seen by employers on campus?

    Join the discussion and be sure to get your questions addressed.

  • Details TBA.

  • As the competition for talent has intensifies, internship programs have become an increasingly important component of almost every organizations’ talent acquisition and development strategy.

    But how much companies benefit from internship programs varies widely from organization to organization. Many variables can affect the value of the work your interns do and the quality of their experience with your organization. And all of these factors will affect your employer brand and influence your conversion rates into new hires.

    Join C.J. Harris in this interactive workshop as she takes you through some best practices for getting the most out of your internship programs. These will include key strategies for running an effective orientation, enhancing the intern experience (including performance evaluations, facilitating networking, intern engagement, etc.), and managing offers & improving acceptance rates.

  • Mary Scott will present the findings of the just-released campus-based study 'Revisiting High Touch/High Tech: What Students Value – and Why’'. Topics include: the value of current recruitment practices, tools and techniques; the impact of recruitment execution, both high touch and high tech; and the factors that influence students' perceptions of employer authenticity. Quantitative and qualitative data will be presented to document what students value [and don't] - and WHY - during their job search experience.

  • Details TBA.

  • Details TBA.

  • There is limited room in students' minds for a seemingly unlimited number of employer brands and opportunities.

    As the student recruitment marketplace continues to tighten, which strategies will prove most effective for differentiating your brand and making more impactful connections with students in the 2020s?

    This workshop will be a facilitated discussion among all the participants and presenters around 10 key success factors. Strategies discussed will include the development of elite leadership programs; optimizing campus events; focusing on engagement over retention; and making your brand (any brand) famous.

  • Details TBA.