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Happy 5th birthday, TalentEgg!

Lauren Friese
Today, TalentEgg turns 5. On April 2, 2008, the article “Hatching grad careers” was featured in Metro and, with that, TalentEgg.ca was officially launched. Two weeks later, we were featured on Breakfast Television, followed by The Financial Post and several other major media outlets. By September 2008, we were onto the second version of ourRead More »

TalentEgg’s Student Voice wins CACEE Excellence in Innovation Award

Cassandra Jowett
At the 2012 CACEE (Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers) National On-Campus Recruitment Conference in Quebec City on June 3, TalentEgg received the CACEE Excellence in Innovation Award in the Student Engagement category for Student Voice. From CACEE.com: “[This award] recognizes the best information, program, or resource directed to students.  Information must be offeredRead More »

Campus Recruitment From The Student Perspective At #RIS2011

Cassandra Jowett
Yesterday TalentEgg founder Lauren Friese spoke about campus recruitment from the student perspective at the 2011 Recruitment Innovation Summit in Toronto: When TalentEgg gave Canadian students a platform to share their campus recruitment experiences, we didn’t know what to expect. The result is a compilation of experiences – good and bad – that serve asRead More »

TalentEgg in Metro two days in a row this week

Cassandra Jowett
We’re still accepting Student Voice submissions, so if you’re a student or recent grad who wants your voice heard, click here to submit your story. We’re also accepting submissions from career centres and employers: get your voice heard, too! Just email us at studentvoice@talentegg.ca or fill out this form!

TalentEgg’s #StudentVoice in Metro: A small-city student with big-city ideas

Cassandra Jowett
Yesterday, Acadia University student Kate MacKenzie’s Student Voice story appeared in Metro newspapers across Canada. Click here to read her original story on Student Voice. Not only did her big-city ideas land her a summer internship, but they also landed her in a national newspaper, hopefully further raising the profile of Wolfville, N.S., Acadia University,Read More »
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