University Recruiting Articles

  • How Blizzard Increased Its Number of Female Interns by 166% in One Year

    July 13, 2017

    The video game community isn’t known for its gender diversity. With women making up just 22% of all game developers internationally, the industry really needs to welcome more women into the workforce. One company breaking that mold is Blizzard Entertainment, publisher of games like World of Warcraft and one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2017. By...

  • Most Companies Make This Mistake at Career Fairs – Here’s How to Avoid It

    May 30, 2017

    These days, college career fairs can feel a lot like a speed dating experience where the students awkwardly move from table to table, while the recruiters desperately try to find their “prince” and “princesses” in a sea of frogs. The reason this happens? Because most employers make a huge mistake when they attend a job fair: they don’t plan a way to stand out....

  • The Data You Need to Successfully Recruit the Class of 2017

    May 17, 2017

    It’s Graduation season -- one of the most exciting times of year and, for millions of 20 somethings, the launching pad to the real world. For recruiters, this also means your talent pool is opening up. So, to help you get a clearer picture of what these new grads have in store, we’ve looked through our data and put together a list of things you should know in...

  • How Scrapping the Traditional College Recruitment Model...

    February 6, 2017

    As the head of the LinkedIn Campus Recruiting team, I’ve come to realize that traditional college recruiting just doesn’t work anymore...

  • The Most Popular Companies for College Graduates (and What ...

    November 22, 2016

    After graduating in the spring, a fresh new batch of new grads entered the “real world.” They’re hip, they’re cool (literally too cool...

  • How GE and Goldman Sachs Are Using Snapchat to Get Students...

    May 30, 2016

    Snapchat is quickly becoming a very popular social media platform for millennials, and particularly college students. Specifically,...