This September, Hult London Undergraduate campus hosted its fall Career Connections Forum, where 28 companies showcased their brand and industry. Over 250 Hult Undergraduate and Postgraduate students attended the event and networked with potential employers.
What stood out the most is the number of alumni that brought their companies back to engage with the current student population and hire Hult talent. In sync with our entrepreneurial and innovative approach, we also had 12 startups looking to work with Hult Undergraduate and Postgraduate students, which adds another dimension to our alumni engagement and community growth.
EY, Bloomberg, BDO, Fisher Investments, Linkedin, World Remit and Volo were just a few of the companies represented via alumni in this connections format to give insights to our current students.
Hult Hires Hult is a product of long-term employment, professional networking, and alumni engagement strategy. We realize that using your personal network to provide opportunities to other alumni as well as current students, helps to:
- Increase your own network
- Add value to a fellow alumni experience
- Create an employment resource of like-minded talent for your organization
- Create an extra revenue stream via internal company referral bonuses
The alumni from EY and Google also engaged in active presentations about their personal journeys through the programs they graduated from, tips on applying and how best to approach their job search.
If you would like to be part of this journey, engage with current students or alumni for existing vacancies in your organization, reach out to email@example.com. Search #HultHiresHult to find out more.
If you would like to find out more about our business programs, download a brochure here.
Written by Vaibhav Rustagi, Head of Global Alumni and EU Employer Relations at Hult. Originally posted here.
Hult campuses around the globe experienced an interruption to their schedules – and their thinking – courtesy of 2018’s Week of Disruption.Follow