NEW YORK, March 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Ripple Recruiting, a rapidly growing hiring platform connecting top students with employers, announced it will be launching Ripple Journal today. Ripple Journal will provide raw and honest reflections and advice on careers, interviews, and figuring out post-college life. In a market increasingly saturated with clickbait and boiler-plate advice, Ripple Journal stands out for its depth, humor, and blunt style.
In many ways, this addition makes sense for Ripple. The company was founded at Yale University by Eric Ho and Andrew Myers and is known for its close ties to student bodies. Ripple has challenged the traditional system by working directly with students, flipping the typical application process, and offering subscriptions to nonprofits for free. Katharine Spooner, the journal's managing editor, notes that "the product stemmed from countless conversations with college students eager for a younger and more relatable voice."
You can explore Ripple Journal here.
About Ripple: Ripple is a hiring platform designed to transform how college recruiting works. You can learn more at ripplerecruiting.com.
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