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Posted March 20, 2017 by

Career and job competencies of liberal arts graduates

 

There is a public perception that liberal arts graduates are now somehow less valuable than their peers studying business or technology. Dr. Ascan Koerner with the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota will tell you why the opposite is true. College Recruiter connected Dr. Koerner with Todd Raphael of ERE Media to learn what his team is doing to make sure employers understand the relevancy of liberal arts students and graduates. A video of Todd Raphael’s and Dr. Koerner’s discussion is below.  (more…)

Posted April 21, 2015 by

College Recruiting: Is There a Tipping Point Coming?

The world of college recruiting is rapidly evolving as more and more employers spend more and more resources attempting to hire the best recent graduates and students yet more of those are doing so in new and innovative ways.

In this webinar, ERE Media editor-in-chief Todd Raphael discusses with College Recruiter president Steven Rothberg the changes which are quietly occurring in this recruiting niche. (more…)

Posted April 16, 2015 by

College Recruiting: Is There a Tipping Point Coming?

Todd Raphael of ERE MediaThe world of college recruiting is rapidly evolving as more and more employers spend more and more resources attempting to hire the best recent graduates and students yet more of those are doing so in new and innovative ways.

In this recorded webinar, Editor-In-Chief of ERE Media Todd Raphael discusses with College Recruiter president Steven Rothberg the changes which are quietly occurring in this recruiting niche. (more…)

Posted August 14, 2012 by

Why Facebook Battles Are Important Even When They Do Harm To Your Organization

Medieval warriors battlingThe conventional wisdom is that Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites are dangerous for job seekers, recruiters, hiring managers, employees, employers and anyone else within 100 yards of a place of employment. They’re minefields and best left alone. I disagree. Yes, there are dangers and those dangers sometimes do damage to relationships but I believe that social media also provides huge potential benefits both professionally and personally and that sometimes you need to take a hit in order to make a positive impact.

Todd Raphael, editor-in-chief of ERE Media, recently interviewed me via Skype about why I believe sometimes heated battles on Facebook can have a net positive impact in our professional and personal relationships and why I believe that even when those battles do some harm to our organizations such as when those battles help bring significant benefits to our communities.  (more…)