Bridging the campus and the community

Recruit student talent to grow your business


Student talent, in the form of interns, project-based resources, or full-time entry-level hires, provides the greatest overall ROI for a company overtime. The average college student or recent grad is educated, enthusiastic, eager to work and less expensive than a more experienced hire. In addition to bringing fresh ideas and expertise, their energy can be infectious for everyone else in the company.

During this session, you will learn about the various resources available to recruit students and the most frequent benefits and experiences from involving them in your business. We will review examples of how companies have used student "Brand Ambassadors" on campus or online through Social Media to drive revenue and/or product awareness. And we will discuss the most common issues and considerations for addressing the Gen Y gap. Students from local colleges will be in attendance to answer any questions you may have about their interests, skills, and how to find and incent them to work for you.


We have the Board Room reserved at the Greater Chamber for this event. When you get into the building head to the middle and take the elevators up to floor 4. When you get off the elevators, make a right and walk through the double doors and past reception. The Board room will be two doors down on the left behind reception. See you there.
Nathan B Green is an experienced business operator, management consultant, and entrepreneur. Over the past ten years he has held executive positions at Pearson, The Everest Group, Bloomberg, and Accenture. Currently, Nathan is co-founder and President of campus2careers, a career community that matches college students and recent grads with small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) for entry-level jobs, internships, and part-time work. campus2careers is the first job board in the world to specifically bridge these two huge markets which represent 19M students and 29M companies in the US alone. Nathan holds a bachelor of sciences degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and is a co-founder of the Austin Young Chamber of Commerce, the fastest growing organization in Central TX.