Welcome to Greek Ladders, a company specializing in connecting employers with outstanding student talent. Launched in March 2013, the company works with candidates affiliated with over 95 different college campuses, by providing tools, resources, activities, and connections, as they navigate their career planning and advancement paths.
Our goals with the University of Nevada are many, but the first is to connect Nevada students with ideal employment opportunities. We want to actively guide students and alumni to tap into a wide array of career planning resources and potential employers. Developing collaborative relationships with the University, starting with its fraternal leaders, fosters the following objectives:
- Guiding students to make the most of campus career centers and the Career Studio;
- Conducting career development workshops, fairs, and networking receptions;
- Recruiting corporate and non-profit leaders to present at workshops and presentations; and,
- Coordinating specialized career-oriented activities, such as resume reviews, mock interviewing, and career fair prep sessions.
- Elevating significance and value of fraternal membership
- Increasing participation of alumni/ae through career mentor programs
- Provide charitable funding for scholarships, fraternal programming, etc.
- Hosting a dedicated webpage featuring career-related links and information for Nevada students
- Promoting key Nevada campus career events and featuring on our career calendar
Career events currently scheduled at Nevada during the 2016/2017 school year.
- Part-Time Job & Internship Expo - 9/1/2016
- College of Engineering Career Fair - 9/13/2016
- Prepare for the Fair - 10/5/2016
- All Majors Networking Reception - 10/12/2016
- All Majors Career and Internship Fair - 10/13/2016
- Fraternity/Sorority and Employer Networking Hour - 11/2/2016
- Career and Internship Expo - 11/3/2016
- BizTalk Blender - 11/4/2016
- All-Greek Leadership Summit - 11/13/2016
- Fraternity/Sorority and Employer Networking Hour - 2/1/2017
- Career and Internship Expo - 2/2/2017
- STEM Career & Internship Fair - 2/15/2017
- Greek Week Career Carnival - 3/9/2017
- All-Majors Career Fair - 3/15/2017
Some dates will be changed/added. Greek Ladders frequently collaborates with students, fraternity and sorority chapters, and campus departments to orchestrate workshops and special career events, introduce to employers, and share career planning best practices.
Exciting Additions for 2016/2017
- Students will be introduced to employers more frequently and proactively than in the past. To qualify for the introductions, students may be required to complete a certain degree of their online career profile and submit a resume.
- Upon joining the Greek Ladders Career Network, each student’s social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) will be scanned. Advice will be given, especially to develop a more appealing LinkedIn profile.
- Upon joining the Career Network, students will be invited to conduct an in-person meeting or phone call to help Greek Ladders better understand career interests, and answer questions.
- Pete can design a career certification model for chapters (and all clubs/organizations). He can do so in collaboration with the appropriate student affairs leadership (e.g. Marcelo Vasquez).
- Pete can host weekly “office hours,” making himself be available on campus to meet with students (individually and groups) to discuss career planning, leadership, fraternity/sorority life, or philanthropy. Possible locations could be the Joe, FSL Office, Career Studio, Quad, or anywhere.
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Register to join the Greek Ladders Career Network and gain access to thousands of student leaders. Rates start at $100 per year. Click to proceed.
A special thanks to the University of Nevada Chapter of Order of Omega for having us present a career planning workshop.Read more
The All-Greek Networking Night at the University of Nevada was an incredible success!Read more
For just over $11 per week, you can recruit from University of Nevada student and alumni talent!
Nearly 2,000 students are active members of the University's fraternity and sorority life. We not only have direct access to all of these student leaders, we're managing online career profiles for many of them.
Where else can you source through internship and full-time candidates, brand your company, speak at workshops, and attend networking functions?
The Greek Ladders Model is simple and effective, providing employers with two options.
We charge an annual subscription to businesses and non-profit organizations seeking young talent to meet employment needs and goals. Access to student and alumnus candidates affiliated with the University of Nevada costs $600 per year...that's just $50 per month.
Signing up today gives you:
Branding to nearly 2,000 students attending the University
Access to hundreds of online career profiles of Nevada students and alumni
Distribute an e-Blast message to all Nevada candidates on the Greek Ladders career network distribution list
Post an unlimited number of jobs to the private Job Board
Invitation to speak at career-related workshops
Scheduling of presentations to small groups, such as chapter meetings
Invitation to attend All-Greek networking events
Feature company branded videos and podcasts within the Greek Ladders Career Network
Personal introductions and referrals to candidates by Greek Ladders
Directory of candidates, featuring career information, resumes, and social media connections
Take advantage of our placement service, where we proactively match and introduce you to outstanding student and young professional talent.
Joining the Career Network is easy!
We take pride in our working relationship with University of Nevada Fraternity & Sorority Life. As one of our two flagship campuses, we’ve successfully tested new Greek Ladders programs and employment connections.
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Click here to download the complete career guide, which includes a schedule of career events on campus.
Employers - click here to gain access to profiles of candidates affiliated with the University of Nevada.