Employers on Campus provides job seekers and employers a better way to be introduced and to meet each other’s needs; and, it is also a business opportunity. They are far more effective than attending Career Fairs. Employers on Campus events are held on college and university campuses. It is an opportunity for students seeking internships, employment, and information about careers they are interested in pursuing.
Employers on Campus events are usually sponsored by that school’s Student Veterans Association, which receives a portion of the proceeds of our events. And some employers prefer that we hold an event exclusively for them.
On college campuses students are divided into building or quads particular to their degree they are seeking. So it is easy for us to invite students with majors or degrees in subjects that are appropriate for individual companies. It can be a specialized event, or an event open to all majors.
Companies are invited to attend our open Employers on Campus events. Each representative of those businesses is invited to speak to all the students attending. — Companies might briefly give an introduction to what their business does, examples of their clientele, a summary of open positions and internships, and perhaps a list of college courses you would like candidates to possess to qualify.
After the introductions, students can visit tables and talk to representatives from each company, perhaps to begin the interview process to become an intern or an employee.
Here is a simple video that summarizes why our program is good for a company to implement for their staff. https://youtu.be/6tN9wMbdqZU
Students and company representatives are introduced to our Soar to Success Training, based on the US Army’s “Master Resiliency Course,” which was adopted by the University of Pennsylvania for their new Graduate program in Positive Psychology. Decades of studies demonstrate that this program builds resilience, well-being, and performance; and equips individuals to bounce
back from adversity and to grow and thrive in their professional and personal lives.
A Command Sergeant Major from the US Army, who is a trainer of this program, is working closely with us and developing our program, which we call Soar to Success, for multiple uses. Our Positive Psychology emotional literacy and mind training program can be modified for various demographics: i.e. students, employers, veterans, athletes, medical professionals, pastors, marriages, etc.
This program has also been created as a business opportunity for US Veterans, and for civilians that want to work with our team. Our plan is to spread this into every demographic and region of our country, and even the world. We have an online, and a personal presentation and format.
We are always open to hearing ideas that can augment and better what we are doing.
Here is another fun video about one of our lessons: Learned Helplessness: https://youtu.be/3YAB6mkMznY