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Employers Shift Back to In-Person Recruiting on College Campuses

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

As schools and workplaces return to in-person post-pandemic, so is college recruiting, according to a new report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). Dr. Mary Gatta The 2023 Recruiting Benchmarks Report examines survey data from a NACE survey conducted from April-May 2023. recruiters in 2023, down from 9.0

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Air Force Eases Body Fat Restrictions for Recruits

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Air Force has eased body fat restrictions for recruits as of April 1, The New York Post reported. These changes will allow up to 100 more recruits to join the Air Force a month. The military has been facing issues with recruitment given national body weight trends. And since 2018, 71% of U.S.

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Teacher, Adviser, Researcher… Recruiter?

Confessions of a Community College Dean

Teacher, Adviser, Researcher… Recruiter? When the faculty volunteered to help recruit new students, the tide began to turn. Liam Knox Thu, 12/07/2023 - 03:00 AM Plummeting enrollments at Evergreen State College put deep cuts on the table. Byline(s) Liam Knox

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Examples of ResLife RA/Student Staff Recruitment Materials (2024 Edition)

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When it’s RA/student staff recruitment season, it’s time to bring on the creativity! The The following schools volunteered their recruitment materials (posters, flyers, social media images, etc.) Check out these examples and get ideas for your own efforts.

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Experts Discuss Equity Practices in Higher Ed Recruitment and Admissions

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Along that same line, experts spent the webinar discussing strategies and recent briefs on equitable admissions in higher ed, specifically on topics such as recruitment, legacy admissions, early action practices, test-optional and test-free policies, and holistic review of student applications.

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Recruiters, Students Differ on New Grad Career Readiness

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The perception between college graduates and potential employers of the new grads’ competencies differs widely, according to research by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).

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Recruiting to Campuses Far, Far Away

Confessions of a Community College Dean

Recruiting to Campuses Far, Far Away Liam Knox Tue, 11/28/2023 - 03:00 AM Demographic shifts and funding woes have led a diverse and growing array of colleges to hire recruiters who live and work hundreds of miles from campus. Is it worth it? Byline(s) Liam Knox