Register for two days of learning and development and you’ll be ready to make your organization a top employer on campus!
Every recruiter should attend the Fundamentals of Campus Recruiting Certificate Program at least once and then return annually for the Trends & Best Practices program which is completely new each year.
The Fundamentals of Campus Recruiting Certificate Program is like “Campus 101” – everything a campus recruiter needs to know to develop a successful and truly strategic campus recruiting program.
The following day, recruiters of all experience levels can learn all the latest Trends & Best Practices. Whether it’s your first time, or you’ve attended many times before, you are certain to learn many new proven strategies and tactics.
The Fundamentals of Campus Recruiting is Canada’s only comprehensive training program for professionals wishing to increase their expertise and advance their careers in campus recruiting.
The program provides participants with the tools to take a more strategic approach to developing a high impact student recruitment program. Topics include developing strategy, employer branding, building a presence on campus, co-op/internship programs, leadership programs, on-boarding, and more.
Participants form a cohort network to support their development while acquiring an important qualification to advance their career in recruitment.
All participants will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the program.
Trends & Best Practices is the “core program” of the Campus Recruiting Forum. It features presentations by experienced campus recruiters, researchers, campus career professionals, and even panels of students and grads. A wide range of best practices will be discussed and participants are encouraged to ask questions and share their experiences to ensure their specific challenges are explored.
This day is for everyone involved in hiring students from university and college campuses regardless of experience level. This includes individuals involved in human resources and talent management strategy, campus recruiters, and front-line hiring managers.
Register your whole campus team for The Trends & Best Practices and you’ll come away with specific tactics and strategies to build a stronger talent pipeline and attract the best on campus.
The campus recruiting forum is a great discussion with talent acquisition professionals across industries. Each one is better than the last!
Hearing from leaders in the industry is relevant, timely and meaningful. The sessions are a good mix of presenting and discussion. Folks are open and willing to share best practices, tools and ideas.
Excellent forum to share best practices and networking with other campus recruiting professionals!
What I loved most about the Campus Recruiting Forum was the diversity of perspectives that were represented in the room. From public practice and oil and gas to career centers and students, there was a great amount of perspectives on each topic which made the day truly invaluable.
Fantastic conference! Edgy, relevant, strategic. The Campus Recruiting Forum provided tools and tactics that will change the way we recruit.
It was an incredible opportunity to attend the Fundamentals of Campus Recruiting. It helped us to develop “outside the box” thinking, network with other campus recruiters, and develop innovative ideas. I would recommend this for anyone involved in campus recruiting!
A wealth of helpful information!
For a new recruiter or experienced talent hunter, this workshop has something for everyone!
A fantastic opportunity to share best practices and the future of the recruiting industry with employers, students, and campus career centres.
Innovative, interesting, and insightful. A great experience. I’ll be back next year!
All the sessions were insightful. Great networking opportunities. Amazing discussions.
I found the Campus Recruiting Forum completely exposed me to new forms of thinking regarding recruitment and selection strategies. I can’t wait to implement some of the great ideas I got from all the great industry leaders who presented.
This day went well above and beyond my expectations which were very high coming in! I would not hesitate to recommend this forum to any company who recruits graduates.
Great campus strategies! Really liked the innovative and creative suggestions especially about brand and social media.
The Campus Recruiting Forum is the #1 conference in Canada designed exclusively for employers of university and college students and recent grads.
Every year, both new recruiters and seasoned professionals leave with new ideas and actionable strategies that will make an immediate impact on their talent attraction programs on campus.
If your goal is to be a top employer on campus and attract the best while getting a great return on the resources you invest, then you can’t afford to miss the Campus Recruiting Forum.
Attending the Forum is a great investment in ensuring your organization attracts, hires, and retains the best talent.
It’s probably obvious to you that the Campus Recruiting Forum would be a great investment of your time. The more expertise (and broader network) you bring to your work, the better.
But your boss might need a little more convincing. So, we’ve created a template you can use to prepare your business case to persuade your leaders that attending will be an excellent investment. Click the button below to download the template.
Everyone involved in hiring students from Canadian university and college campuses will learn new actionable strategies and tactics at The Forum. This includes HR leaders, talent acquisition strategists, recruiters, and front-line hiring managers.
Past Campus Recruiting Forums have attracted employers from all sized organizations and from all industries. Attend The Forum whether you are hiring a few students each year, dozens, or even hundreds.
Whether you are hiring co-ops, interns, summer students, or new graduates, you will learn about effective tactics and practices to increase your success.
You can view a partial list of the hundreds of employers that have attended here.