Who wins with virtual recruiting?

Leaders from AT&T, The University of Texas at San Antonio, and Stony Brook University discuss virtual recruiting and its impact on equity and access.

This report from Handshake Network Trends features survey results from over 475 employers, 500 higher education professionals, and 2,400 student job seekers to assess their views on virtual career events following a year of being remote. Overall, we learned that virtual is not just about convenience; it’s also about equity and access for students.

Watch this panel discussion recording with Handshake’s Chief Education Strategy Officer, Christine Cruzvergara, Mario Vela from University of Texas-San Antonio, Marianna Savoca from Stony Brook University, and Josh Mellinger from AT&T as they discuss: 

  • Findings from Handshake’s latest report on employer, higher education, and student preferences on virtual career events
  • The role of virtual in expanding access and equity for students
  • Career event strategies that will resonate with early career talent
  • An outlook on virtual recruiting practices that will last well into the future