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EACE Webinar: Do Good, Hire Good
Tuesday, February 02, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
Category: Webinars

Tuesday, February 2, 2021 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET

Do Good, Hire Good

Wondering how to attract new college grads to your organization? Your company's commitment to social causes may be the key. Any Google search of what recent college graduates seek in an employer will show that social service is top of mind for this population of job-seekers. This session will discuss the growing importance of corporate social responsibility to new job seekers, teach you to evaluate your own company's social engagement profile, and provide ways to position your company as one that attracts new job seekers. Community engagement is paramount for students entering the workforce, as evidenced by the studies referenced above. If companies want to stay competitive when it comes to recruiting and have a greater talent pool to choose from, they need to incorporate this culture into both their recruiting practices and day to day environment.


Darlene Johnson, Director of External Relations, The Career Center at Hofstra University 

With over 20 years of higher education and recruiting experience, Darlene has developed expertise in both student career development and employer recruiting practices. In her current role as Director of External Relations for the Hofstra University Center for Career Design & Development, Darlene works closely with employers in order to understand and meet their specific recruiting needs. She also oversees 9 annual career fairs, on-campus recruitment, and additional programs that bring students and employers together. Darlene also has experience as a corporate recruiter, which gives her a unique perspective when working with both hiring managers and applicants. Her prior experience includes working in the music business for two entrainment law firms, a record label, and a music magazine. Darlene received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from St. John's University and a Master of Science in Career Development from The College of New Rochelle.

Registration: This webinar is FREE for EACE members and $35 for non-members to join. 

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