The 2013 TalentEgg National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference event takes place in a little over a month and we – along with many others – are starting to get very egg-cited.

There is plenty more egg-citement in store for the big day, too. Not sure what to expect? Here are the Top 7 reasons to attend the 2013 TalentEgg National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference on May 14th in Toronto.

Tickets are almost sold out, so register now to ensure you’ll be able to attend the hottest professional development event for campus recruiters in Canada!

1. New speakers, fresh topics

All of our speakers are full-time campus recruitment and digital media marketing professionals who are excited to share their insight and recent successes based on their own experiences.

You’re guaranteed to leave the conference with a ton of new knowledge and innovative campus recruitment strategies that you can implement in the coming year, including:

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Chris Baker, National Recruiting Manager
Freedom 55 Financial

Chris OverholtThe Canadian Olympic Committee’s Millennial Experience
Chris Overholt, CEO
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Tara Fowlie, Human Resources Business Partner
Bayer CropScience

Andrea LopesBell’s On-site Info Sessions: Our Experience And Success
Andrea Lopes, Associate Director, Campus Recruitment & Grad Programs
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“WOW! The speakers were fantastic and well prepared. It was great to hear from those in the trenches – not just consultants who say how things should be done.”

2. Short presentations

Our conference’s fast-paced, 20-minute session format allows each speaker to share a concise case study on one aspect of campus recruitment excellence and then take questions from the audience.

“The length of the presentations was perfect. They were to-the-point and the topics were actually interesting, each and every one of them.”

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3. Unparalleled networking

Fire up that LinkedIn app on your smartphone: last year, conference attendees raved about the amazing networking opportunities that the event allowed, including Q&A periods at the end of each session, informal breaks throughout the day and the evening networking reception.

“Everyone who attended was friendly and there was great networking.”

4. Feedback from 200+ top students

TalentEgg founder Lauren Friese will reveal brand new data and feedback on campus recruitment initiatives from the last year, taken from our elite panel of more than 200 top students during the 2013 TalentEgg National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards judging period in March.

These top students were selected from among thousands of applicants from across Canada for their academic and extracurricular achievements.

“This event was truly one of the best I have attended. I felt re-charged and excited when I returned to the office. I’m excited to share the best practices of others and use them in our organization. Thank you!”

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5. Award winners

Who’s leading the pack when it comes to campus recruitment? You’ll be the first to know.

The winners of the 2013 TalentEgg National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards in the following categories will be announced and celebrated:

  • Best Campus Career Website
  • Best Mobile Campus Recruitment Initiative (New!)
  • Best Campus Recruitment Brochure (New!)
  • Best Online Campus Campaign
  • Best On-Campus Campaign
  • Campus Recruiter of the Year (Individual)
  • Best Internship/Co-op Program (New!)
  • Campus Recruiting Program of the Year

“I felt the Awards segment was one of the most valuable aspects of the day.”

6. Location, location, location

The informative presentations won’t be the only thing to capture your attention. This year’s event will be held at the spacious Arcadian Loft, located on the 8th floor of 401 Bay St.

This new Oliver & Bonacini venue features spectacular views of Old City Hall and Queen Street West through floor-to-ceiling windows.

Conference guests will also enjoy a delicious catered breakfast and lunch, and cocktails will be served at the end of the day during the networking reception. We look forward to cheers-ing with you!

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7. Egg-cellent perks from our partners

As if the first six reasons weren’t enough, when you register to attend the 2013 TalentEgg National Campus Recruitment Excellence Awards and Conference, you receive some egg-cellent perks from our partners:

Free ride
You’ll receive a free $20 Uber Black Car Card to put toward your first ride in Toronto. Uber is a free app that allows you to request a luxury sedan, SUV or taxi at the tap of a button.

Latest industry news
Pick up a copy of the Canadian HR Reporter, Canada’s indispensable guide to human resources management. Each issue provides real-world solutions to perplexing HR situations (from peers and industry experts), helpful case studies and insightful commentary.

Thank you to our other generous event partners as well:

Tickets are almost sold out – register to attend today!