College Recruiter

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    The Meaning of (Our) Life

    At College Recruiter, we believe that every student and recent grad deserves a great career. We believe in creating a great candidate and recruiter experience. Our interactive media solutions connect students and grads to great careers. 

    Our Sordid Past 

    Founded in 1991 as a publisher of campus maps and employment magazines, our mission has always been to connect great organizations with students and recent graduates. Our niche job board went live way back in 1996, which was a year after Yahoo! launched, two years before Google went live, and eight years before the birth of Facebook. 

    Our Fearless Leaders 

    Today, College Recruiter is a female-owned, small business, led by wife and husband Faith and Steven Rothberg. 

    The Boring Stuff 

    College Recruiter is the leading, interactive, recruitment media company used by college students and recent graduates to find great careers. Our clients are primarily colleges, universities, and employers who want to recruit dozens, hundreds, or thousands of students and recent graduates per year. 

    Other Than You, What We Value 

    - Honesty and integrity 
    - Enthusiastic, passionate, tenacious, and fun 
    - Passionate about the customer experience 
    - Critical thinking and problem solving 
    - Embrace teamwork and collaboration 
    - Strive for continuous improvement
    HQMinneapolis, US

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    Employees (est.) (Dec 2019)11

    Key People/Management at College Recruiter

    Faith Rothberg

    Faith Rothberg

    Steven Rothberg

    Steven Rothberg

    Founder & President
    Nicolette Jackson-Pownall

    Nicolette Jackson-Pownall

    National Accounts Manager
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    College Recruiter Office Locations

    College Recruiter has an office in Minneapolis
    Minneapolis, US (HQ)
    3109 W 50th St #121
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    College Recruiter Blogs

    What’s a common resume tip that is actually really bad advice?

    One of the most common and most harmful recommendations is to send a video or otherwise graphically enhanced resume to any medium- or large-sized employer that does not explicitly ask for one. Why? Because the vast majority of them use applicant tracking systems (ATS), and almost none of these are a…

    2 ways to stand out after a job interview

    There are many ways for an applicant to stand out after being interviewed for a job. Here are just two. First, bring with you to the interview some pre-stamped envelopes with thank you note cards. Immediately after you’re interviewed and have left the building, handwrite a quick thank you note to ea…

    What’s the best career advice College Recruiter’s founder wishes he had received early in his career?

    Probably the best career advice that I ever received came from Marvin Granath, senior vice president for the Human Resources – Legal office of Honeywell Inc. Marv was my boss for the last year that I was at Honeywell and he reported to the CEO. What Marv taught me — both verbally and by allowing […]

    Why are so many parents obsessed with getting their kids into ‘elite’ schools?

    Parents and students are obsessed with getting into the “best” college or university largely for status reasons but also for rational, economic reasons. Somehow, if your kid gets into an elite university, that makes you a better parent in the eyes of some, but that’s truly unfortunate has allowed th…

    Why do so many college grads live with their parents?

    The average college grad earns about $46,000 a year. That sounds quite high to most Americans, because it is also the average income earned by most families. But if you dig into the college grad’s finances, you’ll quickly see that they’re likely to live in poverty. Why? Because the student debt of a…

    Do this year’s college grads face the likelihood of crippling debt and delinquent repayments?

    The student debt that Millennials and now Gen Z have and are incurring is crippling and, long-term, could financially devastate an entire generation. Those who went to college in the 1980s or earlier simply can’t relate as the cost to attend college then could be covered by working part-time as a wa…
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    College Recruiter Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was College Recruiter founded?

      College Recruiter was founded in 1991.

    • Who are College Recruiter key executives?

      College Recruiter's key executives are Faith Rothberg, Steven Rothberg and Nicolette Jackson-Pownall.

    • How many employees does College Recruiter have?

      College Recruiter has 11 employees.

    • Who are College Recruiter competitors?

      Competitors of College Recruiter include TheJobPost, Ssp Group and ReferralMob.

    • Where is College Recruiter headquarters?

      College Recruiter headquarters is located at 3109 W 50th St #121, Minneapolis.

    • Where are College Recruiter offices?

      College Recruiter has an office in Minneapolis.

    • How many offices does College Recruiter have?

      College Recruiter has 1 office.