Building Your Brand at UR
Today’s student enjoys building relationships with the organizations whom they plan to create a career with. Traditional activities such as information sessions have some value, but more unique experiences capture the attention of University of Rochester students more effectively. We would like to offer you some options for crafting the right strategy for building the right talent pool for your hiring needs.
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Students appreciate learning about career paths from University of Rochester alumni, senior managers, and recent graduates who have just started with the organization. These robust conversations can be hosted in person which students value greatly; or by using a virtual hosting platform. The key is to make the content relevant and interesting, and ensure time for questions from the curious audience.
University of Rochester students enjoy learning! Our experience shows that students enjoy workshops and programs that engage them intellectually, and provide them insights to the work they will encounter as an employee. Some examples of creative workshops are ‘Pitching a Stock’, building a robot, or creating an AI model. The Greene Center can offer you ideas, and support the promotion of your unique experience.
Coffee Chats/Office Hours
This current venue is common on many college campuses! It provides students the opportunity to meet you personally, and to gain more in-depth guidance and advice about the company. The Greene Center will provide you guidance for locations on campus, and our Handshake system will support your ability to schedule meetings.
Partnering with Student Organizations
When appropriate, the Greene Center will connect you with student leadership at organizations and clubs that meet your recruiting interests. Students are eager to host business professionals, and may seek your expertise in an area of knowledge and competency or an area of professional development. Bringing your experiences to a presentation is highly valued by our student population, and a great way for you to differentiate your organization on the University of Rochester campus.