1. Frankie
    April 10, 2010 @ 12:37 pm

    Having students involed in recuiting is a plus. I have found that the recruit doesn’t feel they are being “preached” to by the faculty, and they are more prone to freely ask questions to someone they identify with. You get the right student with a great outlook, that can mean the world of difference in recruiting esp. for something like the sciences where students tend to shy away naturally.


  2. Valerie @ Frugal Family Fun Blog
    March 29, 2010 @ 5:05 pm

    Great post, Petula! These are all really useful tips here.


  3. Petula
    March 25, 2010 @ 8:38 pm

    Thirty to 35 students an hour!? Wow, Dave, that’s amazing. I hope someone finds the information useful and can have those types of results.


  4. Dave Kelly
    March 23, 2010 @ 5:46 pm

    Great blog, Petula, and not just because you interviewed me for it! The techniques in this blog can make a huge difference for any organization whether you are seeking a wide audience of students or are more of a niche group. I could never be confused with being a student, yet I use these exact methods to recruit for my group, Circle K International, and average 30-35 student sign-ups per HOUR! I say this not to get a pat on the back but to tell you that it works. If you do this right, it can make all of the difference in your organization.


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