Infographic: How to Build an Engaging On-Campus Presence — Without Being Present
Learn how A.T. Kearney built a virtual campus recruitment program — and why it worked for their team.
A.T. Kearney, a global management consulting firm, has adopted principles from the new working world into their campus recruitment strategy to meet the needs of candidates and staff. According to the International Workforce Group, over 70% percent of professionals work remotely at least one day per week — creating the perfect landscape for A.T. Kearney to build student connections without a physical presence.
The firm piloted their program in 2015 by posting jobs at a small liberal arts school and gauging candidate responses. After partnering with Yello, A.T. Kearney scaled that strategy to include a wide range of top schools and more virtual engagements throughout the process. Today, they leverage Yello’s events, CRM, evaluations, interview scheduling and more to recruit — both virtually and in-person — at more than 60 of the nation’s top schools.
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