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NEW RELEASE Beyond Ivy Leagues: 2019-2020 Campus Guide 

To build a pipeline of candidates from diverse backgrounds, expand your list of target schools. 

While many campus recruiting strategies include Ivy Leagues and elite private institutions, there are hundreds of schools with highly-qualified individuals that would make a great addition to any group of entry-level hires. To help you expand your campus strategy, we’ve rounded up these top schools all in one place.  

In this guide you'll find:  

  • The top public universities and colleges
  • The top Historically Black Colleges (HBCUs), Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs), Women's Colleges, and Tribal Colleges
  • The top HBCUs, HSIs, and Women's Colleges to find STEM talent  

By diversifying your on-campus strategy, you'll bring in candidates with a variety of identities and backgrounds and invest in a stronger, more diverse team in the long run.  

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5 Fast Facts Every Employer Should Know About Gen Z

Are you ready for a new generation of employees to join your company? We've put together five essential facts all employers should know in order to effectively recruit talented entry-level candidates. Download the infographic and consider this your cheat sheet on Generation Z.  

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The Do's and Don'ts of Using Social Media To Reach Gen Z 

The first generation of true digital natives is beginning to enter the workforce and many employers are asking what role social media plays in the recruitment process. Download our infographic to find out the most important Do’s and Don'ts of using social media to reach Gen Z candidates. 

The Top 5 HBCUs With The Best STEM Programs

For companies recruiting for entry-level STEM roles, HBCUs offer thousands of bright and qualified candidates, especially HBCUs with strong and highly-ranked STEM programs. To help you recruit top technical candidates and ensure you have a diverse pipeline, we’ve rounded up 5 HBCUs with the best STEM programs to focus your campus recruiting efforts on. 

The Top 10 HBCUs To Find Entry-Level Talent  

If the goal of your university recruiting strategy is to find the best talent across the country, it’s essential to include Historically Black Colleges and Universities on your list of target schools. Download our infographic for a list of the top 10 schools to include in your list of target schools.

The Top 10 Universities To Find Entry-Level Talent

Which colleges and universities produce the most in-demand candidates? According to data from the 2018-2019 hiring season, candidates from Ivy Leagues and elite institutions (public and private) remain the most popular with university recruiters on our platform. Download our infographic to see the full list. 

The Top 10 Women's Colleges To Find Entry-Level Talent  

Women’s colleges are excellent sources of highly-qualified entry-level candidates and can help add more female representation to your company, especially if you’re filling roles in science, tech, engineering, and math. Download our infographic to see 10 top-ranked schools across the country. 

The Top 10 HSIs To Find Entry-Level Talent  

If the goal of your university recruiting strategy is to find the best talent across the country, it’s essential to include Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) on your list of target schools. Download our infographic for a list of the top 10 schools to include in your strategy.

The Top Resources Candidates Use To Research Companies Of Interest

53% of candidates utilized Glassdoor when researching a company they applied to. What other resources are today's entry-level candidates using to research a company throughout the hiring process?

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What Underrepresented Candidates Want At Work

Download a copy of Diversity in the Workplace: What Underrepresented Candidates Want at Work for insights on what early-career candidates from diverse backgrounds want at work. 

Through surveying tens of thousands of current students and recent grads, we've uncovered what matters most to underrepresented minority candidates in the workplace.  

What Generation Z Wants At Work

Millennials are currently the largest generation in the workforce, but Gen Z will be filling internships and entry-level jobs for years to come. So what do employers need to know about this up-and-coming generation?

We've surveyed tens of thousands of Gen Z'ers on their workplace preferences and identified the top professional priorities of this generation – download the report below.

Understanding The Gen Z Candidate Experience 

Gen Z candidates are graduating into the best job market in years, allowing them to be selective about where they apply and where they ultimately work. For employers, this means that creating a standout candidate experience is essential to attracting top Gen Z candidates and establishing a positive brand with this generation in the long-term. 

So how do you ensure you’re creating a Gen Z-friendly candidate experience? We surveyed hundreds of Gen Z job seekers and discovered what the candidate experience is like for today's entry-level job seekers.

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Understanding The Gen Z Candidate Experience 

Gen Z candidates are graduating into the best job market in years, allowing them to be selective about where they apply and where they ultimately work. For employers, this means that creating a standout candidate experience is essential to attracting top Gen Z candidates and establishing a positive brand with this generation in the long-term. 

So how do you ensure you’re creating a Gen Z-friendly candidate experience? We surveyed hundreds of Gen Z job seekers and discovered what the candidate experience is like for today's entry-level job seekers.

What Underrepresented Candidates Want At Work

Download a copy of Diversity in the Workplace: What Underrepresented Candidates Want at Work for insights on what early-career candidates from diverse backgrounds want at work. 

Through surveying tens of thousands of current students and recent grads, we've uncovered what matters most to underrepresented minority candidates in the workplace.  

What Generation Z Wants At Work

Millennials are currently the largest generation in the workforce, but Gen Z will be filling internships and entry-level jobs for years to come. So what do employers need to know about this up-and-coming generation?

We've surveyed tens of thousands of Gen Z'ers on their workplace preferences and identified the top professional priorities of this generation – download the full report below.

CASE STUDIES

Qualtrics

Qualtrics counts on RippleMatch to source elite software engineers and product specialists from underrepresented backgrounds.

Parachute Health

RippleMatch supports Parachute Health’s rapidly expanding business by finding top-tier entry-level candidates immediately.

Roivant Sciences

Roivant Sciences uses RippleMatch to build their brand, increase diversity & win over the top candidates on each campus.

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5 Fast Facts Every Employer Should Know About Gen Z

Are you ready for a new generation of employees to join your company? We've put together five essential facts all employers should know in order to effectively recruit talented entry-level candidates. Consider this your cheat sheet on Generation Z.  

The Top 10 HBCUs To Find Entry-Level Talent  

If the goal of your university recruiting strategy is to find the best talent across the country, it’s essential to include Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) on your list of target schools. Download our infographic for a list of the top 10 schools to include in your list of target schools. 

The Top 10 Universities To Find Entry-Level Talent

Which colleges and universities produce the most in-demand candidates? According to data from the 2018-2019 hiring season, candidates from Ivy Leagues and elite institutions (public and private) remain the most popular with university recruiters on our platform. Download our infographic to see the full list. 

The Top 10 Women's Colleges To Find Early Career Talent  

Women’s colleges are excellent sources of highly-qualified entry-level candidates and can help add more female representation to your company, especially if you’re filling roles in science, tech, engineering, and math. Download our infographic to see 10 top-ranked schools across the country. 

The Top 10 HSIs To Find Early Career Talent  

If the goal of your university recruiting strategy is to find the best talent across the country, it’s essential to include Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) on your list of target schools. Download our infographic for a list of the top 10 schools to include in your strategy.

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