University of Southern California Seniors Team Up to Help Entrepreneurial Students get Amazing Jobs

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Entrepreneur Recruit at USC, Recruiting Fair connecting Companies with Entrepreneurial Students on April 25th, 2012, 11:00AM To 3:00PM

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Approximately 80% of students surveyed in the Entrepreneur Business Plan class said they would not be pursuing their venture after graduation.

Entrepreneur seniors at the University of Southern California, Nathan Doctor and Reuben Fine, are helping entrepreneurially minded students connect with innovative companies who are seeking “out-of-the-box” thinkers. With the support of the universities entrepreneurial and engineering campus organizations, the seniors are hosting a special event, Entrepreneur Recruit at USC on April 25, 2012, at the Hoffman Hall Lawn from 11:00AM to 3:00PM.

Entrepreneur Recruit aims to connect a uniquely talented student segment with SoCal’s high-growth startups, innovative businesses, and corporations pursuing new opportunities. The event will create a genuine atmosphere where companies and students can interact to find matches between company culture, personality and mission. Companies will be actively hiring students who have the entrepreneurial and technical skillsets necessary to fill cross-disciplinary positions. Many of these roles will be in fast-paced, and innovative environments.

Entrepreneur Recruit is open to top USC students from all backgrounds and majors. Students and companies are encouraged to register for the event on the website, http://EntrepreneurRecruit.com.

“We constantly get emails from companies looking for top talent with broad perspectives and an entrepreneurial mindset,” said Nathan Doctor, Chairman of USC’s Entrepreneur Club. “This Entrepreneurial Recruiting event will help these companies connect with USC students looking for a place to apply their unique skills and talent.”

Approximately 80% of students surveyed in the Entrepreneur Business Plan class said they would not be pursuing their venture after graduation. Many of them are actively looking for jobs or to join entrepreneurial companies.

“Not all Entrepreneurship students are starting and running a company after graduation,” said Reuben Fine, a graduating Entrepreneurial Finance major. “Many would like to gain work experience while they wait for a good opportunity.”

For more information about Entrepreneur Recruit at USC, please go to http://EntrepreneurRecruit.com.

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