Collegestudent.com is a college marketing company that publishes online campus guides. Financial terms of the arrangement were not disclosed.
Resumail Network and Collegestudent.com are delivering a job placement solution linking college and university students with prospective employers. With more than 850 employers currently posting job ads, and more than 7,000 real-world jobs on its Web site, Resumail Network created the College Student Job Search Channel.
Through this channel, Resumail Network and Collegestudent.com will be distributing 75,000 copies of Resumail Resume–the company’s resume preparation product–per month throughout the school year. Students will also be directed to download the software from the Resumail Network Web site.
The software is designed to allow students to deliver resumes electronically to the desktop of hundreds of top college recruiters across the nation.
Collegestudent.com currently has comprehensive sites for 75 major universities, a number that will increase to 100 university and college sites by December of 1998.
“We wanted a partner who could best serve our rapidly growing national campus network,” said Griffin Davis, vice president of marketing at Collegestudent.com., “The strength of the Resumail Network made them the clear choice.”
Collegestudent.com was made to connect students with local information such as housing, course evaluations, campus news and events, and free resources like personals, classified ads and chat rooms.
Terms of the agreement state that Resumail Network will be promoted on the most frequently hit pages of the Collegestudent.com Web site, and Collegestudent.com will feature an employment button that drives traffic to Resumail Network. Banners promoting specific on- campus recruiting activities via the Resumail Network College Student Job Search Channel will be featured on college-specific pages, and Resumail Network will promote Collegestudent.com throughout all of the Web pages pertaining to the College Student Job Search Channel.
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