Executives Urge Students to "Get in the Game"

January 2008
SGB;Jan2008, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p4
Trade Publication
The article informs about a program titled "Get in the Game," initiated by executives from the sporting goods industry to attract top college graduates as future employees. The program is a creation of 15-member committee of leading sporting goods retailers, manufacturers, and media executives who recognize the need for their companies to attract talent from the U.S. colleges and universities. As a part of program executives will visit university campuses for face to face interaction.


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