Resources

Recruiting strategies

We are excited to have your organization recruiting the diverse talent found at Arizona State University. Once you connect to ASU in Handshake, there are some easy tips and tricks you can use to increase your exposure and meaningful engagement with the right kinds of students and alumni.

Well-Constructed Positions

Construct your internship and job descriptions so that they are attractive to target candidates; hint: be inclusive of interdisciplinary and liberal arts majors. Also, identify and outline development advancement plans that will be available to potential candidates.

Internship Opportunities

Creating internships opportunities is a great way to form a full-time talent pool. For more information on how to create an internship, please see our Internship Guide.

Understanding ASU Students

Meet with career services staff to best understand the ASU student population and how to engage with them.

Employment Brand

Review and update your social media strategy, utilizing popular hashtags and reference your Handshake posting. Continue to identify opportunities to partner with ASU and deepen your relationships with students.

Campus Engagement

Regular evaluation of alignment between strategy and activities such as professional development events for students, career & internship fairs, and tabling.

A Diverse Recruiting team

Develop a recruiting team that includes recent hires and campus ambassadors, as well as, leaders and strategists within your organization. This will ensure that students will have a person to relate to and a diverse picture of opportunities in your organization.

For more strategies, please check out the ASU Employer Guide - asuemployerguide.com. To create a more customized approach to recruiting for your organization, email employers.careerservices@asu.edu or call 480-965-8124.

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