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

Hayley Mullen
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.Read More »

Egg-cellent feedback from students and recent grads

Cassandra Jowett
Here at TalentEgg, we’re all really passionate about making the school-to-work transition easier for students and recent grads, and connecting employers with top Gen Y talent. Each of us strongly believes in our mission because we’ve all been there at one point or another in our careers – we’re creating the career resources we wishRead More »

How to write job descriptions that will appeal to students and recent grads

Cassandra Jowett
Let’s face it: student and new grad job seekers will probably look at dozens – if not hundreds or even thousands – of job listings while they’re on the hunt for their dream internship, co-op, summer job or entry level job. While some employers do a great job of optimizing their job descriptions for studentsRead More »

The TalentEgg Widget: Where to find it and how to get your own

Kate MacKenzie
Over the past month, we’ve been working closely with career centres and student groups across Canada to integrate the TalentEgg widget – a customizable stream of the latest jobs on TalentEgg.ca – into their websites. This free resource helps career services staff and student group leaders connect their students and members with career hatching opportunities.Read More »

Announcing TalentEgg’s 2012/2013 student group sponsorships

Kate MacKenzie
Over the past two weeks, we have been poring over sponsorship applications sent in by student groups from across Canada. Applications came in the form of essays, videos, photos, social media campaigns and even petitions! Evidently, our decision-making process was eggs-tremely difficult. However, after careful deliberation, we have finally selected our winners. We’d like toRead More »
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