How to Simplify HBCU Recruitment| HBCU Careers
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have untapped pools of talent waiting to be hired. Students of any race and ethnicity can apply and there are over 220,000 students enrolled, according to the U.S. Department of Education. HBCU Careers is dedicated to connecting employers with top talent at nearly all the HBCUs across the country with our simple job-posting website. Though HBCUs make up only 3% of America’s colleges and universities, they produce nearly 20% of all black college graduates with a bachelor’s degree, entering all kinds of professional fields. Still, many companies are not recruiting this great sourcing channel at the same rate as students who attend predominantly white institutions.
A company’s commitment to inclusivity has an extreme impact on a team’s morale, your workplace culture, and most importantly innovation. HBCU Careers helps recruiters build authentic connections with HBCUs and create a more inclusive talent pool through three strong outlets.
1. HBCU Career Centers
Developing an authentic connection with the faculty and student body will go a long way in driving results. Finding the best school and engaging their students takes lots of time and commitment. We have done all the work for you. The partnerships HBCUcareers.com has built with the HBCUs will result in your company meeting many qualified and diverse candidates.
Not every HBCU is the same. Don’t spend your time trying to sift through which school would be a match for your recruiting goals. HBCU Careers can connect you with nearly all the HBCU schools across the nation, including the largest & top-rated. From Spelman College, Howard University, Xavier University of Louisiana, Hampton University, Tuskegee University, and Morehouse College to Florida A&M University, Texas Southern University, North Carolina A&T State University, and more - get these students and alumni on your recruitment radar!. You can view our list of HBCU Participating Schools here. When faculty knows you are passionate about their students, they will help you tap into the right candidates.
2. Job Feeds
Social media helps build your employer brand, while also connecting you with candidates and their network of friends, family, co-workers, neighbors, etc. to enhance word of mouth and personal recommendations. When jobs are posted on HBCUcareers.com, the listings are fed to our social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to reach as many people as you possibly can.
On top of the social media presence, we make sure your job postings are found on Google as well. Our job RSS feed includes job boards, workshops, labor departments, and more to reach almost 100 different sites where your company’s open position will be displayed. Millions of job seekers across the web can easily find any of our job postings from a simple online search!
3. Event Promotion
Let HBCU Careers help you get the best attendance for your hiring event. HBCUcareers.com national platform is a great avenue for driving awareness and traffic because we have a presence in nearly all the HBCU schools. Plus your D&I recruiting efforts go beyond HBCUs to reach millions of qualified candidates across the country. Alert potential candidates of your virtual or in-person hiring event with an easy, low-cost listing in our Career Events Calendar. Employer Registration takes only seconds and is always free.
HBCU Careers’ authentic desire to benefit students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities can result in your company meeting many qualified and diverse candidates who are eager to apply. Maximize your DE&I (diversity, equity and inclusion) recruitment efforts and get started with free registration today!