College Recruiter believes that every student and recent graduate deserves a great career.
In order to reach every student and recent graduate of every one-, two-, and four-year college and university, we need to use a little magic. Well, it isn't actually magic. Unless you consider partnerships to be magical.
When a job is posted to College Recruiter either manually or through an automated feed, we distribute that job to our network of hundreds of college career service office, college newspaper, and other career sites. The students, recent graduates, and other job seekers using those sites can then read the job posting on those sites, click the apply button, and be automatically and instantly redirected through CollegeRecruiter.com to the employer's application page. Only the most perceptive of candidates would realize that they're on our site, and they're only on our site momentarily.
Do you own or operate a site that is used by thousands, tens of thousands, or even hundreds of thousands of U.S. or Canadian, post-secondary students and recent graduates a month? Would it make sense to provide to them easier access to hundreds of thousands of part-time, seasonal, internship, and entry-level jobs AND for you to be paid every time one of them clicks to go to the employer's site to apply?
We pay a little above market average for every valid, apply click that you deliver. What makes a click valid? It isn't foreign (U.S. and Canada only, please), duplicate (only one click per job per IP address within five-minutes), or latent (click came more than 24-hours after we removed it from our feed to you). In other words, we want to pay you every time you send a job seeker to, hopefully, apply to one of the jobs advertised by one of our employers.
One of the perks of our program is that we pay you for every valid click, even if that same candidate has already clicked to apply to another job or 10 other jobs. Also, we use trusted third-party, Clickcast, to distribute jobs to our publishers, handle fraud prevention, and provide 24/7 reporting.
Sound good? Contact us today, and be sure to let us know some information about your website, including traffic in the U.S. and Canada and your domain name. Oh, and that you're interested in being a part of our publisher network. That will help route your request properly on our end.