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Students: Apply now to join the Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards judging panel

Are you a student who thinks they’d be a great judge of campus recruitment excellence?

Then get cracking on your application to become a student judge for the 2013 TalentEgg Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards!

We’re looking for top performers to serve on an eggs-clusive judging panel that will help us recognize innovation in campus recruitment.

You’ll be rating employers for their achievements in the following categories:

  • Best Campus Career Website
  • Best Mobile Campus Recruitment Initiative
  • Best Campus Recruitment Brochure
  • Best Online Campus Campaign
  • Best On-Campus Campaign
  • Campus Recruiter of the Year (Individual)
  • Best Internship/Co-op Program
  • Campus Recruiting Program of the Year

As a TalentEgg Campus Recruitment Awards judge, you’ll have the chance to dissect and analyze some of the best campus recruitment campaigns in the country (say, that would sound pretty good on a resume)! You’ll also be given the inside scoop on how top employers recruit new candidates and get noticed as part of an elite group of students selected for this panel.

Last year’s student judging panel selected employers such as PwC, Accenture, KPMG, GE Canada, Bank of Montreal, Research In Motion, TD Business Banking, Kraft, ConocoPhillips Canada and more as winners and finalists.

Learn more about this opportunity and apply now! After all, who knows better than you about how to recruit top students like you?

Apply ASAP to be considered!

If you have any questions about the application process, email

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Hayley Mullen is a Content Manager at TalentEgg. After receiving her BA in Philosophy and Postgraduate Certificate in Advertising Copywriting, she worked as Content and Community Manager at a mobile software startup. She loves travelling, celebrity gossip blogs and any kind of dog.
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