Chennai: Cambridge English Language Assessment (part of the University of Cambridge) has launched www.campustowork.org – a unique portal bringing together corporate organisations and educational institutions to match the right candidates with the right communication skills to the right job.
Connecting Campuses to Corporates!
Every institution of higher education has a pool of talented, young students who are ready to go out into the corporate world with the right communication skills. Connecting with the best corporate organisations which could recruit these students might be a challenge sometimes. Campustowork.org provides the institutions a free platform to position themselves as preferred partners for recruitment with key employers. Employers too have the overwhelming challenge of recruiting candidates with the right mix of technical and communication skills for the position at hand. Campustowork.org offers corporate organisations free one-click access to a talent pool prequalified based on English communication skills that are expressed in terms of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) levels.
Institutions can well prepare for the oncoming campus placement season by registering with Campustowork.org. They can simplify and accelerate their placement initiatives with easy and direct access to a large network of companies who may not visit all educational institutions for recruitment. They will also receive job alerts being posted by employers and be able to directly connect with them with suitable student profiles.
Campustowork.org offers the perfect solution to simplify the campus recruitment process and augment efficiency.
Speaking about the launch, Angela ffrench, Director of Operations – South Asia, Cambridge English Language Assessment said, “In a region like ours booming with industrial development and brimming with corporate growth, why is employment still an issue? The greatest paradox of our time is the fact that while on one hand, industry is battling to fill up vacancies; on the other hand, educational institutions are struggling with shortage of employment options for their young graduates. The Cambridge English Campus to work portal is the first step to convert these two challenges into mutual solutions for the other. Campus to work will provide the connect to ensure that graduates have the choicest of employment options while recruiters can select from graduates with essential qualifications and the required communication skills. By benchmarking graduates against international language standards, Campus to work goes beyond profiles that ‘look good on paper’ and looks at skills actually needed in the workplace.”
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