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Advancement leaders have honed the skills necessary to attract top talent and close transformative principal gifts. Today, they can leverage those strengths to create a more diverse, equitable division and marshal resources for DEIJ on campus.
Use the competency-based hiring to identify qualified transferable-skills candidates and attract them to your open positions.
Despite growing interest, too many cluster hiring initiatives fail due to a lack of appropriate planning. This white paper walks through the six stages of cluster hiring and recommended imperatives to execute and avoid common pitfalls.
Parents are key influencers on college enrollment for all students, but the parents of first-generation students are less likely to expect their children to enroll in college than parents with postsecondary experience. Explore our white paper for four best practices to increase first-generation student enrollment by engaging their parents.
Current efforts aren’t enough to significantly increase diversity of job candidates and new hires because there is a lack of diversity within the advancement industry. Transferable-skills candidates bring skills and competencies from related fields and provide an opportunity to increase advancement team diversity.
Institutions feel pressure to recruit rural students for both mission- and business-related reasons. Our briefing outlines the reasons why the college-going rate for rural students lags behind urban and suburban peers, the primary worries rural students have about college, and the challenging nature of recruiting in rural areas across the country.
Most postdoc programs are not designed to recruit tenure track faculty; as a result, promising candidates will take jobs elsewhere. Learn how to leverage postdoc programs to recruit diverse faculty.
To create real change on campus, education leaders must make DEIJ efforts a comprehensive and institution-wide effort.
Learn how the pandemic increased price sensitivity among college-bound students, what this means for your enrollment outcomes, and nine ways to address families’ growing concern over cost.
As the population of high school graduates becomes more diverse, and the overall number of college-age students declines, universities must do a better job recruiting populations that have historically been underrepresented in post-secondary education (first-generation, low-income, underrepresented minority, and rural students). Read the Roadmap for stepwise guidance on how to better recruit underrepresented students.