Updated: Jul 18
Imagine you had the opportunity to chat with Pam or Kelsey
Pam is a campus recruiter and she'll gauge if you're a good fit for the role
She'll build rapport, ask you questions, pitch you the company a little bit, and try to move the interview forward if there is a fit
Kelsey takes a different approach. If you meet with her, she'll share new ideas that can help you in your career
Would you choose to meet with Pam or Kelsey?
Because Kelsey might give you some tips that can help you excel in your career. You TRUST Kelsey
Pam? Well, you don't get much out of the interview with her unless you're desperate for the job right then and there. You don't trust Pam
Why's this important?
Well, 90%+ top students you're interviewing aren't evaluating just YOUR offer when you interview them
So if one of your main drivers is "candidate experience"
You need to be more like Kelsey
Instead of offering just an interview, offer to share some advice that can help your candidates in their career journey
In this scenario, Pam and Kelsey are fake names
But in this conversation, Tarah is real and she is a REAL GOOD campus recruiter
So would spending a few minutes listening to her WHOLE blueprint be a value add to you? It would?
Then click on the link for the video below :)