2014 Trends In Recruiting Conference
DoubleTree By Hilton
300 E. Ohio Street
Chicago, IL 60611
*Subject to Change
Thursday November 20, 2014
Midwest ACE Partner, InternshipDesk, Presents: Trends in Shaping International (F1) Student Careers
8:30am - 12:30pm | Location: 425 S. Wabash (Room WB 1015)
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This forum is designed to provide participants with additional insight into the current state of employment opportunities for international students in the USA & provide outside perspectives from an employer, governmental, and non-governmental organizational perspective. In addition, we will discuss best practices in enabling international students to attain employment opportunities in the USA.
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12:00pm – 7:00pm | Location: State Foyer
**Internet is complimentary in the guest sleeping rooms for MWACE conference attendees. The front desk will provide you with a code on your key packets to use when you sign in. Guests should not be accepting charges. In the case that you log in and lose your code, please contact the front desk to get the charges adjusted. Internet in the meeting space has been set up only for presenters, the board meeting, and the leadership meeting.
Professional Exchange Site Visits (College Members Only)
12:30pm - 3:00pm | Location: Meet in Hotel Lobby
The site visits are free and only open to Midwest ACE members. To view the list of employer site visits, select the "Professional Exchange - November 2014" option from the drop down menu at the top of the page.
Separate Registration Required
1:00pm - 3:00pm | Location: State Room
3:30pm – 4:30pm | Location: State Room
Melissa Bailey, President of Universum
What Millennials Want
Inform audience on the importance of a company’s Employer Value Proposition (EVP), the essence of what distinguishes one employer from another. The presentation will illustrate “life careerism,” which describes the importance of unity between one’s career and one’s lifestyle and values. Educate organizations on what drives millennial behavior, and inform audience on how to effectively craft appropriate messages that demonstrate the employer’s behavior and value systems to target, attract, and retain the next generation of employees.
5:00pm – 7:00pm | Location: Markethouse
Network with employer and college colleagues
Friday November 21, 2014
7:00am – 1:00pm | Location: State Foyer
Breakfast Buffet and Committee Meetings
8:00am – 9:00am | Location: LaSalle Ballroom
9:00am – 10:00am | Location: LaSalle Ballroom
Mary Scott, President of Scott Resource Group
Employers' Campus Recruitment Brand: Influencers, Differentiators and Impact
Present the findings of her recent campus-based research on the impact of various brand influencers on students’ job search and offer decision-making, with an emphasis on how students differentiate among competitor employers – what matters and what doesn’t – as they experience the recruitment process.
Employer Panel Discussion, Part 1
10:00am – 10:30am | Location: LaSalle Ballroom
10:45am – 11:45am
- Employer Panel Discussion, Part 2 | Location: LaSalle I
- Diversity Round Table Discussion | Location: LaSalle II
Sponsored by the Midwest ACE Diversity Advancement Committee.
- Using Infographics and Visual Displays of Quantitative Information for Reports and Social Media | Location: State Room
Sponsored by the Midwest ACE Technology and Trends Committee.
- Building the Career Services Brand at a Small College | Location Huron
Lunch & Networking
12:00pm – 1:00pm | Location LaSalle Ballroom
Boxed lunch served in State Foyer
1:00pm – 2:00pm | Location: LaSalle Ballroom
Brad Karsh, President of JB Training Solutions
What Millennials Want: How to Develop & Engage Millennials Through Best-in-Class Rotational Programs
Developing and engaging top millennial talent is no easy task. With 91% of millennials expecting to stay in a job for less than 3 years, and the cost of millennial recruiting, onboarding, and training ranges from 25% to 200% of annual compensation. Rotational programs can be a great tool for organizations to recruit, engage and develop emerging millennial leaders.
In this dynamic session, millennial expert Brad Karsh shares case studies from best-in-class rotational programs to illustrate what works and what doesn't when it comes to setting up your millennial new hires for success. By revealing best practices to take your rotational program to the next level, Karsh shares tangible tips to reassess your goals and strategies to ensure they are best suited to the needs of millennials.
Closing Comments & Raffle
2:00pm – 2:15pm
Make sure you stay until the end of the conference so you can participate in the raffle of items, big and small, brought in by Conference attendees!