TPE Blog

Read about the latest advice and information in career placement.

  • Crafting the Interview Experience

    If you want to attract the best candidates, it’s important to approach the on campus interview not as a process, or dare I say test of endurance, but as an experience designed to make candidates feel excited about the possibility of working for your institution. How do we approach crafting a top-notch interview experience?


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  • Find the ONE by Focusing on the Intangibles

    There is no problem in having a list of non-negotiables, but make sure your list is backed with direct reasoning. I would argue that a list of intangible non-negotiables are more important than a list including location and job description.


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  • Engaging and Guiding Candidates

    TPE Executive in Residence Post: TPE is for everyone and we have responsibilities as employers. I have attended TPE as a candidate twice and as an employer a number of times and each experience was incredibly different. The most important thing for me is that we all need to be present at TPE when we have opportunities available on our campuses. No matter what types of positions you have, every entry-level role has a place at TPE. The future of our field is in those waiting rooms and we can offer them more than just jobs.


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  • Tips for Recruiting at TPE

    TPE Executive in Residence Post: When seeking the ideal candidates to fill open professional staff positions, there are many considerations that should go into a well-planned search. A search at TPE provides unique opportunities and challenges for an employer just as it does for a candidate.


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  • Wellness is Wonderfully Wise

    This whole job search thing moves fast! And, it can be quite exhausting. So, I’ve found it to be highly important to take care of myself and attend to my wellness through this journey.


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  • Mapping Your Recruitment Timeline

    It’s never too early to think about your search process. In fact, to increase your chances of a successful recruitment, we encourage you to begin thinking about your next team member NOW!


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