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Posted December 03, 2018 by

Interview by Peter Clayton of Total Picture about the College Recruiting Bootcamp on AI at Google on Mon 12/10/2018

 

One of my favorite people in the recruitment industry is Peter Clayton of TotalPicture Media. Without a doubt, he is the most knowledge and capable videographer in the industry. When I hear that he’s involved in a project, I know that the project will go well.

Peter and I recently sat down…about 1,266 miles apart, to discuss next Monday’s College Recruiting Bootcamp on AI at Google. Over the past decade, College Recruiter has organized 16 of these one-day conferences for talent acquisition and human resource leaders. All have essentially broken even, none have lost much money, and none have made much money. And that’s the way we planned them. We wanted to do something that would enable us to give back to the recruiting industry and a no-pitch, educational conference that moves around the country seemed like a great idea as there is a tremendous amount of turnover in talent acquisition and human resources, especially amongst those whose primary focus is the recruitment of people early in their careers, including college and university relations recruitment leaders. (more…)

Posted May 29, 2014 by

Interview of Stephanie Howell of LinkedIn by Rob Humphrey at the College Recruiting Bootcamp

In this interview by Rob Humphrey of LinkedIn at the May 5, 2014 College Recruiting Bootcamp, Steph Howell recommends participating in the College Recruiting Bootcamp by watching the livestream, sharing content through Twitter using the hashtag #CRBootcamp, posting LinkedIn status updates, and connecting with the presenters.

The College Recruiting Bootcamp was organized by College Recruiter and co-hosted by LinkedIn at its headquarters in Mountain View, California. Over 100 corporate university relations leaders attended and more than 3,000 registered for the livestream. The Bootcamp was designed to help these staffing leaders more efficiently and effectively hire college and university students and recent graduates.
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Posted May 29, 2014 by

Interview of Steven Rothberg of College Recruiter by Lydia Abbot at the College Recruiting Bootcamp

In this interview by Lydia Abbot of LinkedIn at the May 5, 2014 College Recruiting Bootcamp, Steven Rothberg discusses the goal behind the College Recruiting Bootcamp: to help our mutual employer clients more efficiently and effectively recruit college students and recent graduates. In attendance at the Bootcamp were over 100 talent acquisition leaders and well over 3,000 registered for the livestream.

The College Recruiting Bootcamp was organized by College Recruiter and co-hosted by LinkedIn at its headquarters in Mountain View, California. Over 100 corporate university relations leaders attended and more than 3,000 registered for the livestream. The Bootcamp was designed to help these staffing leaders more efficiently and effectively hire college and university students and recent graduates.
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Posted April 14, 2014 by

Livestream of College Recruiting Bootcamp on 5/5/2014 — #CRBootcamp

LinkedIn head office

LinkedIn head office

College Recruiter is happy to announce that we’ll be livestreaming the presentations and panel discussions for our May 5, 2014 College Recruiting Bootcamp.

The College Recruiting Bootcamp is co-hosted by our partner, LinkedIn, and is located at their corporate headquarters in Mountain View, California. All attendees and presenters will be hiring managers, recruiters, and other human resource professionals whose primary job duties including hiring and managing college and university students and recent graduates. The presentations and panel discussions will help you more efficiently and effectively hire the students and recent graduates. The full agenda and ticketing information is at www.CollegeRecruitingBootcamp.com. (more…)

Posted December 05, 2013 by

Livestream of #truCollegeRecruiter NYC conference on Monday

truCollegeRecruiter logoI’m really looking forward to my flight on Sunday from the arctic wonderland of Minneapolis to our #truCollegeRecruiter conferences in the still not very balmy New York on Monday and then the balmier Dallas on Friday.

Both conferences will likely be attended by more than 100 hiring managers, recruiters, and other human resource professionals who want to learn how to better recruit college and university students and recent graduates. Many of the foremost experts in college recruiting will deliver either 20 minute, presentations in the mornings or lead 40 minute, highly interactive discussion tracks in the afternoons.

Questions about the agendas etc.? See http://www.truCollegeRecruiter.com for descriptions of the events, addresses, agendas, topics, presenters, ticketing options, etc. (more…)

Posted September 12, 2013 by

#truLondon Discussion on How to Recruit College Students and Grads

truLondon logoLast week I had the good fortune to be able to participate in the eighth truLondon unconference. What’s an unconference? Well, if you’ve ever been to a conference for recruiters and other human resource professionals then you can picture the typical presentation room with rows of chairs for attendees and the presenter at the front of the room with her trusty podium, microphone, name badge, and PowerPoint presentation. None of that is anywhere to be seen in an unconference put on by Globaltru.

Bill Boorman, Aki Kakko, and Craig Fisher are the principals of the tru conferences, which are spreading across the globe faster than guppies reproduce and likely are the world’s largest series of recruiting events. Just about every week there’s a tru conference in cities such as Sydney, Dublin, Seattle, New York, Helsinki, Toronto, and London. Last week’s unconference was at the University of Westminster in London and attended by about 150 organizers, track leaders, and attendees. The agenda was thrown out the window before the conference started and we immediately descended into what Bill affectionately refers to as “organized chaos.” There were six classrooms with one being set up as a mini studio for Kelly Services’ The Talent Project from which they broadcast via Internet livestreaming a series of discussions. (more…)