Steven’s entrepreneurial spirit was evident from an early age. Disciplined in fifth grade for selling candy during math class and in college for running a massive fantasy hockey league, Steven managed to channel his passions into something more productive after graduate school.
A fully recovered lawyer, Steven founded the business that morphed into College Recruiter and now, as its visionary, helps to create and refine the company’s strategy and leads its business development efforts.
Steven has been widely quoted by local, regional, national and international media including NBC Nightly News, MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan Show, U.S. News & World Report, Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, FOX & Friends, and CNN. Steven was named by Mashable as one of the 20 top people for job seekers to follow on Twitter, by Fast Company magazine as a "Top 50 online influencer", and LinkedIn as having a profile which was one of the top one percent most viewed.
Content Featuring Steven Rothberg
Explore how slow evolution of the college recruiter is impacted by multiple variables, how employers should hire students and recent graduates of all colleges and universities, and why it’s important to praise employers who are effectively hiring the best and brightest candidates, based on work performance rather than pedigree.
Distinguish between differences which are generational versus age-based and discuss strategies that leading employers are using to better engage with these young adults, the oldest of whom are entering college and, probably, your workplace.