This week's bulletin features new announcements, promotions, and tips.
Looking for speakers?
We created a list of outstanding experts on student life, leadership, Greek Life, and philanthropy. When looking for speakers on your campus or for your chapter, we recommend selecting one of our preferences. The leaders include:
- Alexa Carlin - Founder of Hello Perfect
- Casey Cornelius - Founder of ForCollegeForLife
- Joshua Fredenburg - Founder of Circle of Change Leadership Conference
- Derrick Furlow - CEO of Impact, Inspire, & Empower LLC
- Becky Graham - Founder of GenYize
- Matt Noble - Founder of Fraternity Management Group
- Tru Pettigrew - Founder of Tru Access
- Holly Pilcavage - Founder of Project Puzzle Piece
- Kristin Wing - Founder of GreekGab
CLICK HERE for our complete list of preferred speakers.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car of Nevada is Hiring
For more than a decade, Enterprise Rent-A-Car has been recognized as one of the largest recruiters of college graduates in the United States as reported by Diversity Employers magazine and CollegeGrad.com.
Enterprise is filling the following positions in Reno and Las Vegas:
Enterprise rewards its employees based on their performance. That means the more you put into your job, the more you’ll get out of it. You’ll spend each day working alongside some of the best in the industry. Enterprise is constantly learning from each other and passing along that knowledge. To ensure you’re always developing, the company offers a variety of educational options as well, from formal classroom settings to on-the-job training and mentorship opportunities. Here, the learning never stops.
What career events do you want to attend?
We're interested to know if you like to attend workshops, employer meet and greets, networking functions, career fairs, etc. on your campus. Employers love them. We want to know if you do, as well. CLICK HERE to let us know. We want to connect you to great business and non-profits leaders often.
Quick Steps to Update Your Career Profile
Business and non-profit employment recruiters utilize the Career Network to find ideal candidates with whom to consider for internships and full-time jobs. They have access to candidate profiles on a regular basis.
When reviewing the career profiles, recruiters are looking to see which candidates have completed all information, describe their involvement (chapter, campus, community), describe their career interests, and post their resumes.
You are strongly encouraged to build a dynamic career profile to enhance your appeal and visibility to prospective employers. The following links will help you build a great profile.
Your responses and resume will create a strong profile for potential employers to gain a greater understanding of your interests, experiences, and skills.
We're hiring interns!
Greek Ladders seeks a self-starting leader to represent the company and oversee its career-building programs, making it a strong part of the fraternity and sorority life culture on campus.
CLICK HERE for the job description.
Career Capital Boosts Your Presence to Employers
A unique feature of the Greek Ladders Career Network is Career Capital, a numerical representation of candidate interest and engagement.
Employers use the Greek Ladders Career Network to get connected to top talent. These are candidates who are heavily interested and engaged in their career planning. The return on their investment is found not just through the initial hire but, even more importantly, through the eventual success of their interns and full-time employees.
We've developed a system to track the interest of job and internship prospects. Every time candidates utilize the Career Network to attend career functions, build profiles, share through social media, and apply for jobs, they earn points...aka credits. Basically, with every action a candidate takes with his or her career planning, points are earned. The point system is featured in the graphic.
The Career Capital system gives candidates another opportunity to be highlighted to prospective employers.
Candidates earn Career Capital points when they join the Greek Ladders Career Network and every time they...
- Submit a blog
- Update their profile
- Post a resume
- Like and Share a page, article, event, or blog on Facebook
- Post a page, article, event, or blog on Twitter
- Follow @GreekLadders on Twitter
- Invite a friend to join
- RSVP for an event
- Make contact with a Greek Ladders executive
- Attend an career event
- Apply or show interest in a job
If you're a job or internship seeking candidate, you're encouraged to leverage the Career Capital point system to get noticed by employment recruiters.
We'll proof your resume
Have your resume reviewed today. Simply submit it to your online career profile. A Greek Ladders owner will personally review your resume and provide feedback. Don't be surprise if you get connected or recommended to potential employers.
Click here to post a resume to your profile.
Design a career strategy for Greeks on your campus
We're designing strategies for chapters and campuses for the Fall 2015 semester. We'd love your help to design the most effective strategy for your campus. CLICK HERE to get started.