recruiting college educated talent.
The NACE Global Initiatives Committee is currently working on launching an initiative for international students educated in the US. International students are currently increasingly challenged with finding employment opportunities to stay in the US with the current visa restrictions. We have developed this effort to link companies with open global positions to those US educated international students that could be potential candidates for the openings in their home countries.
Last year we had success in our pilot initiative in the winter/spring of 2008, where a total of 62 employers posted more than 400 jobs to the NISVCF with 16,000 international US educated candidates registered for the program (China, Latin America, India, Europe, Australia, etc.)
This may be a good source for finding qualified candidates for your open global positions. (It is very inexpensive to participate, $150 USD for unlimited number of postings for 9 months – to cover operational costs. It is free to the international students.)
The more companies that participate the better breadth of opportunities will be available for the international students that are struggling with this issue.
You can see information about the initiative at http://www.naceweb.org/public/NISVCF/source_talent.htm.
Thanks in advance for any creative ideas you may have on getting the word out to other possible employer participants.…
cess to top college-educated students who:
wish to return to their home country for full-time or internship opportunities,
are currently pursuing one-year Optional Practical Training (OPT) opportunities in the United States, and/or
are currently pursuing summer Curricular Practical Training (CPT) internships in the United States
That’s why I’d like to share exciting news with you about the NACE International Student Virtual Career Fair. The fair, which is now accepting employer registrations, will help you access international students studying in the United States who are interested in full-time, internship, and co-op opportunities here and in their home countries. International candidates will include such majors as engineering, computer science, finance, accounting, marketing, science and more!
Sponsored by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the fair is an excellent, low-cost option for sourcing that talent at the undergraduate, master’s, and Ph.D. levels. The cost to participate in the fair is just $150 for for-profit organizations ($100 for government agencies, $75 for not-for-profit organizations), and enables you to post an unlimited number of job and internship/co-op opportunities.
The fair will open for international students at all NACE college member institutions (see list of college members at http://www.naceweb.org/join/colleges_gallery.asp) this winter and will accept applications until June 1, 2009. See www.naceweb.org/public/NISVCF for more information and updates!…
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s to have alternate resources on stand-by in the even of an emergency, natural disaster or other conditions that render the primary work location or workforce inaccessible. That may mean internal employees located at another site or an outside vendor domestic or international.
Another alternative is to outfit select CSRs with telecommuting equipment for situations like this. Either way, it seems unreasonable to put public safety at risk or to expect (most likely lower compensated) employees to figure out how to plan around mother nature to avoid attendance policy violations. …