FPG Career and Recruiting Advice
March 7, 2017
Frontline Performance Group (FPG) was represented at the University of Central Florida (UCF), College of Business Administration Career Professionalism Employer Panel. The panel discussion titled “Sources of Hire” covered topics such as passive sourcing, referral programs, campus recruiting activities, and methods that candidates can implement to stand out when applying to positions at FPG.
“This panel is an excellent opportunity to share some essential insights on how the world of recruiting operates, proving there is no cookie-cutter approach to getting hired. Students interested in a career in the consulting field do not have the luxury to spend their summers doing internships, said FPG panelist Laura McDonough, PHR, SHRM-CP. Many students work their way up in these fields throughout their college career and that is exactly the kind of experience we look for in a candidate.”
McDonough tapped into her experience at FPG to inspire students to believe in their fullest potential. “It is also a great opportunity to promote our values—foremost, believing in the potential of people—too young professionals who will soon be entering the workforce. As a former Career Coach at UCF, I am very excited to return to discuss these exciting topics with students and hear from their stories and experiences. Regardless of where you are in your career, you never stop learning.”
About University of Central Florida College of Business Administration
Established in 1968, UCF’s College of Business Administration offers degrees at the bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and executive levels. The college provides high-quality academic programs designed to give students a competitive advantage in the world of business now and in the future. As such, the college establishes partnerships with some of the nation’s most innovative leaders to model new and best practices that harness evolving technology. UCF’s College of Business Administration is providing students with experiences in and out of the classroom that contributes to unique college culture. From innovative instructional and participatory programs to more than 20 clubs and organizations, students will create a palette of experiences to equip themselves to thrive in the marketplace.