- Dec. 3, 2012 - DAYTON, Ohio --
The Sales Education Foundation (SEF) launched their new website this week, providing university professors, students, and company recruiters with tools to improve job placement. The project is meant to further fuel the organization’
s success in collaborating with organizations to offer sales preparation and proper career alignment.
“By providing a set of online resources, we hope to expand our reach and success in making links between education and employment,”
said Jeanne Frawley, Executive Director of SEF.
The new site, www.salesfoundation.org (http://www.salesfoundation.org/)
, lists over 70 university programs, up from less than 40 in 2007. In addition to recruiter tips, visitors can view short videos with best practices for attracting top talent or finding the right job fit.
“Four main audiences will benefit from the site,” says Frawley. “Universities can find best practices for building a program; organizations can connect with key research and recruiting opportunities;
students can address some of the challenges that accompany the job search and selection processes, and those who believe in sales education can donate to make a difference.“
Future resources will include announcements of scholarship and research grant opportunities as well as tutorials for career development.
For information on partnership and support opportunities, or to learn more about the growing sales education space, contact the Sales Education Foundation at 800.776.4436.