Recruiting College Students for Entry-Level Positions
Personnel inputs to the internal audit department are the primary determinants of the quality of its performance. Increasingly, organizations are recruiting entry-level auditors directly from university campuses. The characteristics of the university market indicate that a structured interviewing approach will be more cost-efficient and effective in attracting the best students to the profession and more specifically to individual organizations. Accordingly, covers the entire spectrum of the recruiting process including; planning, prescreening, selection of schools, selection of recruiting personnel, interviewing, evaluation, post-campus activities, office visits and follow-up.
Campbell, Jane E., and Glenn E. Sumners. "Recruiting College Students for Entry-Level Positions." Managerial Auditing Journal 10.3 (1995): 8-14.