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HBCUConnect.com Partners With Spelman College To Produce "HIRE SPELMAN" Career Expo

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Posted: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 10:15 am | Updated: 11:19 pm, Wed Aug 14, 2013.

Columbus, OH - HBCU Connect, the largest organization and website targeting alumni and students of Historically Black Colleges and Universities has recently partnered with Spelman College to produce "HIRE SPELMAN" annual career expo, October 24th, 2013 at Spelman College, targeting hundreds of talented Spelman alumnae and students.

Since 2001, HBCU Connect has powered the first and largest job board on the Internet targeting professional African Americans using their niche audience of more than 2.3 million HBCU alumni & student members. HBCU Connect works with more than 9,000 hiring organizations and leverages these key employer relationships to the thousands of job seekers who regularly frequent the site.

With recruiting resources growing smaller for many organizations, staffing managers are being forced to make critical decisions around the allocation of these resources, often affecting their organization's diversity outreach. Via online, event and print HBCU Connect provides a one-stop-shop targeting HBCU talent.

"HBCU Connect is interested in partnering with progressive HBCUs, African-American institutions and organizations who are seeking to grow their attendance, membership, sponsor relations and fully leverage the professional communities they are in touch with the thousands of job opportunities our employers share with our audiences," shares HBCU Connect's President, Daniel Moss. "Through partnerships like this, HBCU Connect has been able to grow its range of recruitment services beyond job postings, resume sourcing, banner ads and email blasts, candidate screening and sourcing but also career fairs and boutique professional networking events."

About HBCUConnect.com

HBCUConnect.com is the first social network target African Americans and the largest website targeting alumni and students from the United States' 105 Historically Black Colleges and Universities. HBCU Connect provides scholarships, news, event and career resources to more than 2.3 Million online subscribers and in 2001 launched the first job board targeting African Americans. To learn more, please visit www.HBCUConnect.com.

About Spelman College

Founded in 1881, Spelman College is a highly selective, liberal arts college widely recognized as the global leader in the education of women of African descent. Located in Atlanta, Ga., the college’s picturesque campus is home to 2,100 students. Outstanding alumnae include Children's Defense Fund Founder Marian Wright Edelman; Sam’s Club CEO Rosalind Brewer, Broadway producer Alia Jones, Former Acting Surgeon General and Spelman’s first alumna President Audrey Forbes Manley, Harvard College Dean Evelynn Hammonds, Author Pearl Cleage and Actress LaTanya Richardson Jackson. For more information, visit www.spelman.edu.

To learn more about sponsor/exhibitor opportunities, HBCU Connect's marketing and diversity recruitment programs, or the ways your organization can partner with HBCU Connect to deliver a turn-key career fair, grow your event attendance and/or organizational membership, please contact Daniel Moss at: dmoss@hbcuconnect.com, or call 614-416-5517.

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