DIVERSITY RECRUITMENT TRAINING SYMPOSIUM
An Employer Training Symposium
“How to Identify and Hire Diverse College Level Students”
September 24, 2013
12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center
At the University of Cincinnati
151 Goodman Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45219
This is the only symposium of its kind that gives you the opportunity to connect
one-on-one with diverse, hard to reach college educated students!
In response to the continuing requests from employers, who seek new insights and strategies to meet their diversity recruiting goals, the Career Development Center will provide a training symposium on how to identify and hire talented and diverse students and to explore best practices in recruiting on college campuses.
To enhance your symposium experience you will have the opportunity to network with our ADVANCE student organization. ADVANCE is a unique “student of color” professional development, student organization at the University of Cincinnati. ADVANCE aids students in making the transition from college to career by developing and enhancing skills in the areas of: professional development, leadership, networking, business etiquette and understanding corporate culture.
Our symposium also includes a panel of Corporate Leaders and Diversity Champions! We have attracted leaders from some of the prominent organizations that fully support and have implemented strategies for recruiting and retaining a diverse and productive workforce. These leaders will share Diversity Initiatives – Challenges and Opportunities.
To create a unique, collaborative training opportunity for employers, educating and empowering them to more effectively recruit diverse, college level talent to meet their current and future diversity hiring goals
To assemble employers, college representatives, diverse students and other diversity stakeholders in a unique learning environment leveraging our best efforts to achieve greater and more sustainable diversity recruiting and retention results
To expand our efforts by creating opportunities for diverse students which strengthen campus and community collaborations by addressing our shared interest in making the workplace more inclusive of diverse talent
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Career Services Professionals
For program information contact:
Robert Gray, Program Director 513-556-0305
Dr. Velta Kelly-Foster, Program Administrator at 513-556-9184
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