e C r u i t i n G at K e l l e y: your roadmap For SuCCeSS Despite the uncertainties of the current market, the global war for talent continues to make it a competitive recruiting environment. We want your recruiting efforts at the IU KelleySchool to yield great results. Here are some suggestions to help increase brand awareness for your company with Kelley students. GraduateCareer Services (GCS): Providing Market Knowledge and Access GCS recruiting events are a great place to start. MBA RoundTables, Career Nights, and Networking Nights allow you to deliver and reinforce your message with diverse yet targeted student populations in one-to-one or one-to-many environments. Academies: Charting Your Recruiting Course MBA academies allow you to connect with students who have expressed interest in a particular industry or functional area. Faculty directors welcome engagement from recruiters. This creates a win-win situation for all parties involved: it allows you to interact with students who are interested in the specific function or industry for which you recruit and the opportunity for more in-depth exposure to you and your firm enhances students’ academy experience. The KelleySchool’s Programs: Recruiting Efficiently In addition to the full-time MBA Program in Bloomington and the Evening MBA Program in Indianapolis, the KelleySchooloffers top notch Masters programs in information systems and accounting (including the 3/2 MBA program and MS in Accounting). Additionally, the Kelley Direct, online program is nationally ranked and provides opportunity to access experienced hires. These programs provide you with a one stop shop for your recruiting needs. Combine these with Kelley’s topranked undergraduate program and you can find all of your business talent here. Additional Involvement Opportunities: Enhancing Your Visibility • The MBA Association (MBAA) and Student Clubs: Student organizations often seek participation from corporate representatives for their events and programming. A list of student organizations can be found at http://kelley. iu.edu/mba/kelleyLife/mbaa.cfm. • Kelley Kick-Off: During this annual event in November, we invite alumni to conduct mock interviews and provide feedback to first year students in preparation for internship interviews. The feedback that corporate recruiters provide to students during this event is invaluable. 12 • GCS Professional Development Programming: During the mandatory Leadership, Professional & Career Development (LPCD) class for 1st year students, we offer sessions on topics such as networking and interview preparation. We would value the opportunity to bring in guest speakers from firms to offer corporate insight on these subjects. Over the past several years, the GCS team has observed that companies particularly effective in reaching out to Kelley candidates are those that: • Focus on opportunities for quality interaction with students. • Provide personalized attention and prompt follow-up. • Give students with an “experience” of the firm. Engage students so they get a flavor of your organization’s culture and a sense of what it would be like to work at your company. • Identify unique ways to reach out to students beyond the traditional recruiting model. • Utilize technology to reach out to this group of tech-savvy students. Don’t overlook the simple. Develop a photo book for the IU KelleySchool recruiting team to share with students. This gives them a list of resources they can reach out to and demonstrates the presence of IU Kelley alumni at your firm. Welcome letters to the incoming class can help place you top of mind as our new students embark on the exciting journey called business school. Staying in touch throughout the semester can let students know that you continue to be interested in their candidacy. Personalized attention resonates well with students. If you have any questions or would like to discuss your recruiting strategy, please contact the GCS recruiting contact for your firm.
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