Sunrise Scrambler - June
1845 Fairmount St. #56
Wichita, KS 67260
Parking: Free parking in lot directly south of the Rhatigan Student Center. Garage parking available as well.
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The Sunrise Scrambler is an excellent opportunity to enjoy an early morning breakfast and business program. Attendees to these monthly breakfasts can meet other business people in the community and gain information on topics pertaining to today's business world from guest speakers. Events are held at different member locations each month and attendance is an exclusive benefit of Chamber Membership.
Topic: Filling the Talent Pipeline: Employee Recruitment, Retention, & Higher Education
Presenter: Brian Austin, Assistant Director of Employer Relations, Wichita State University Career Development Center
Everybody is talking about attracting and retaining talent, particularly the next generation. But is your company getting a share of this talent pool? And how can you recruit more college students and graduates? During this presentation, Brian Austin, Assistant Director of Employer Relations at WSU, will discuss some best practices as well as dive into strategies that will help you maintain a pipeline of talent for your organization, including the number one strategy: internships.
- College Recruiting 101
- Different ways to get involved, building your brand
- Is an internship program in your organization the right move? If so, learn what makes an internship program great.
Parking: Park in lot 7 or lot 9W. Lot 7 is directly south of the Rhatigan Student Center off Wushock Drive. Lot 9W is on the North side of East 17th Street and is southeast of Rhatigan Student Center. Click here for interactive parking map.
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Walk-ups $20 | space permitting
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