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2013 recruiter summit bba best practices power point

2013 recruiter summit bba best practices power point



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    2013 recruiter summit bba best practices power point 2013 recruiter summit bba best practices power point Presentation Transcript

    • Recruiter SummitThursday, April 11, 2013WelcomeEmployers
    • Recruiter Summit Thursday, April 11, 2013BBA Career ServicesVelma ArneyDirectorBBA Best Practices
    • AgendaIntroduction of BBA Career Services TeamFall 2013 Freshman Admit Profile and BBA 2012 Enrollment NumbersTrends and Tips in BBA recruitingBA101 Career Planning Strategies CourseGuidelines – Internship Requirements – Offers – Student Interview Cancellations – Posting Ambassador Positions Reminder – Communication with Students – Communication ToolsOpportunities for Student Exposure – Pipeline Recruiting – Information SessionsAcademic Updates & ChangesDiscussion Topics and Breakout SessionsStudent Panel
    • BBA Career Services Team BBA Career Advisors: Megan Ehrisman Greta Fenley Mandy Kious ERB/STM, Marketing & Business Honors & MIS Acct, IB, Management & SCM International Students Monica Thompson Assistant Director,Internal Operations and Student Services Morgan Medina Merri Su Ruhmann Finance Unspecified
    • BBA Career Services Team Cont’dBBA Employer Relations Team: Shannon Hickson Della Tyus Assistant Director, Administrative Associate Employer Relations Velma Arney Director Megan Fullen Rachel Rucker Program Coordinator Program Coordinator
    • 2013 BBA Freshmen Admit ProfileData is preliminary; No enrollment data available for 2013 freshman class – students have a May 1 deadlineOverall Stats (Admitted) Ethnicity (Admitted)Applicants 7,495 African American 2%Admitted 1,601 Asian American 25%Average SAT (admitted) 1342 International 2%Average High School Rank 8% Hispanic 14%(admitted) Native American <1%Valedictorians (admitted) Data not available White 53% Multiracial 3% Unknown <1%Residency (Admitted) Gender (Admitted)Texas Residents 78% Female 50%Non-Residents (U.S.) 20% Male 50%Foreign 2%
    • BBA Enrollment by Major – Fall 2012 Major Sophomore Junior Senior Accounting 141 92 98 Business Honors* 91 96 202 Engineering Route to Business (ERB)/Science & Technology Management (STM) 2 9 23 Finance 191 333 508 International Business 7 16 26 Management 18 35 55 Management Information Systems 70 120 173 Marketing 55 123 205 Supply Chain Management 21 46 88 Integrated MPA 11 120 233 Other/Unspecified (Total Freshman & Undeclared Majors) 1,108 *Business Honors Program (BHP) are allowed to have double major in business, one in Honors and one in another business major. Double majors are counted twice. The total enrollment number listed is the actual enrollment of students and does not double count BHP. Enrollment data for the fall semester provided on the 12th day of classes
    • BBA Enrollment by Demographics Demographics – Enrolled Fall 2012 Total Enrollment 4,291 Avg. GPA – Internal Transfer 3.70 Avg. GPA – External Transfer 3.86 Avg. SAT (admitted) 1352 Female 1,931 Male 2,360 Underrepresented Minorities** 755 Texas Residents 3,731 Non-Texas U.S. 240 International 320 **Underrepresented Minorities include African-American, Hispanic and Native American
    • What Attracts Students to a Particular Company? The type of work that I would be doing 28% A company that has a recognizable name or brand 3%Both company brand and type of work are important to me 66% Other 3% 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350
    • BBA Student Industry Interest Industries students are targeting for full time/internship positions Accounting Business/Professional Services Consulting - Management & IT/Systems Energy - Oil & Gas Entertainment Investment Banking/Brokerage/SecuritiesMarketing/Market Research/Public Relations Retail Sports Technology 0 50 100 150 200 250
    • BA 101 Career Planning StrategiesCourse Goal: Students are Prepped for BBA Recruiting – Introduction to 10 BBA Majors – Ethics in Recruiting – Resumes and Cover Letters – Functional Week – Networking/Personal Brand – Business Communication – Behavioral Interviewing – Case Interviewing – Jumpstarting Your Internship Search – Mock Interviews
    • Internship Requirements for all BBA’s• 160 contact hours over 6 weeks, minimum• Average length is 10 weeks• Only 1 internship course will count towards degree• Internship must be a professional business opportunity related to the students’ career goals and major• Supervisor must submit an online evaluation at the end of the internship• Internships must occur over the summer and not during academic year for BBAs unless internship is located in AustinU.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division Fact Sheet #71:http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs71.htm
    • Offer Guidelines – Intern & FT• Fall Recruiting (August – December) – 3 weeks from written offer• Spring Recruiting (January – May) – Before April 1: 3 weeks from written offer – After April 1: 2 weeks from written offer• Internship to Full-time Offers: – Employment offers to students who recently completed an internship with your company should remain open until the 3rd Friday in October (October 18) or for a minimum of 3 weeks from the date of the written offer, whichever date is later.
    • Student Interview CancellationsOn-Campus Interviews• Students with Scheduled Interview Conflicts• Students with Emergency Situations• Students with Offers of Employment• Interviews - Late Cancellations• Selection Expectations – Close of Schedule to Interview Date (3 days)MCS Code of Ethics:www.mccombs.utexas.edu/Career/Recruiting-Guidelines/Code-of-Ethics
    • Posting Ambassador PositionsReminders:• The University of Texas does not allow us to post positions that require students soliciting on campus on behalf of companies.• We cannot post Campus Ambassador positions.• According to UT Legal Affairs and the Dean of Students Student Activity and Leadership Development Office, any activity on campus to recruit in an undesignated public space; to market or promote any unapproved products or services; and to collect student information on campus without authorization is considered soliciting.
    • Communication w/StudentsEffectively Communicating with Students – Come to campus to conduct interviews – The Organization – Corp Responsibility, Mission, Goals, Culture – Clarify opportunities (e.g. position, location, program, reporting, structure).“Various” is not helpful. – Titles and Mentors Matter – Access to Management and Leadership Programs – Personalized and timely communication throughout the interview process.-- Communicate “no”, not just “yes”, even if by email. – Attend BBA Career WeekWorking with Student Organizations – Educational/ Speaking Opportunities – Building Relationships – UT System Regents’ Rules & Regulations Prohibit recruiting through Student Organizations Report unprofessional BBA student communication to BBA Career Services
    • NEW Communication Tools •Promote Events/Programs •Engage in Conversations •Share In-Depth Information •No Job or Internship PostingsFacebook Likes: 426Twitter Followers: 144Blog Views: 2,825 Launch Dates! Facebook: August 22, 2012 Twitter: September 25, 2012 Blog: November 19, 2012
    • On-Campus Opportunities for Exposure All events occur during Fall & Spring unless otherwise noted• Events: • Programs/More Events: – Corporate Mock Interviews – Career Shadowing Program – Employer Panels – BBA Women’s Council: • – Etiquette Dinners Seminars, Breakfast Forums, WomenInsights, Company Treks, WomenTalk Series – Investment Banking Prep – Target Your Future: – Workshops (Example: Case Interview Workshops) • Seminars, Guest Speakers, Company Treks, Networking Dinner – Undergraduate Career Expo – McCombs Diversity Council: – McCombs Global Job Fair (Fall only) • Diversity Dialogue Dinners/Forums, Guest – Speed Interviewing Speakers, Community Services Projects, Company Treks• Social Media • Posting Opportunities: ̶ On-Campus Recruiting ̶ Resume Collections• Information Sessions/Night Prior ̶ McCombs Job Board
    • Pipeline Recruiting• Leadership Programs – Targeting Freshman and Sophomores• BBA Career Services Programs – Career Shadowing Program – Mock Interviews/Speed Interviewing – Employer Panels• Promoting Specialty Programs – Facebook, Twitter, and Blog
    • Fall 2013 Information Sessions August 28, 29 September 3 –5 September 9 , 12 September 16 – 19 September 23 – 26 October 14 – 17 October 21 – 24 October 28 – 30 November 4 –6 November 11 – 14Please note that Information Session dates are based on classroom availability and days that won’t conflict with major McCombs events.
    • What’s it Worth?• Full-Time Base – Average $56,190• Full-time Signing – Average $5,000• Internship Salary – Average Weekly $679 – Average Monthly $2,928• Top Industries (Full Time): – Consulting – Financial Services – Computer/Technology
    • Academic Updates & ChangesNew Program Offered̶ Undergraduate Energy Management Program • Integrates into student’s existing degree plan • Consists of 24 credit hours – Coursework in business, geosciences, law and petroleum engineering • Appears on transcriptNew Master Programs Offered̶ Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) • 36 credit hours • Completed over approximately 10 months • No Prerequisites – Designed for undergraduate degree holders in business, mathematics, statistics, computer science, physics and other technical or quantitative backgrounds Mike Hasler Program Director MS Business Analytics
    • Academic Updates & Changes Cont’d New Master Programs Offered – Master of Science in Finance (MSF) • 36 credit hours • Completed over approximately 10 months • Prerequisites – 3 hr course in statistics & economics Greg Hallman Renee de Lota Program Director MSF MSF Career Services Advisor
    • Recruiter Summit Thursday, April 11, 2013BBA Roundtable Discussions
    • IcebreakerScenario: Your company is new to recruiting at McCombs. Eitheryou are a Big brand-not known for recruiting business students orcertain business majors OR a small brand with new hiring needs. 1. How would you build your brand/opportunity awareness? 2. What benefits could you spotlight to outshine known competitors? Your company received some bad PR right before your resume deadline! Your Company Name Here
    • Group Discussion
    • Recruiter Summit Thursday, April 11, 2013Thank you !!!