The Penn State University system has launched a new recruitment campaign to help boost the number of students applying to the university and help fill vacancies in leadership positions.
The campaign, called Recruiting Penn State, seeks to help recruit and retain top leaders at Penn State.
It seeks to reach potential recruits through online and social media.
It also features a recruitment video from Penn State’s President Kathleen Sebelius and the university’s first-ever senior football coach, Mike MacIntyre.
The goal is to attract more than 100,000 Penn State alumni to Penn State and fill leadership positions at the university.
It is the largest recruiting effort by a university in recent memory.
The university has also announced it will increase the number and focus of its recruitment efforts by $50 million to $150 million over the next five years.
The Penn State system is looking for an executive director and a new president, and is hiring a recruiting manager to work directly with alumni and potential hires.
The new position is expected to be filled by September.
The recruiting effort will include a number of events, including a series of high-profile alumni events, as well as a conference call with potential hires at 1 p.m.
ET on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2017.
The first-of-its-kind recruiting campaign will be part of a national effort that includes Penn State faculty, staff and students from across the country to get Penn State students to commit to Penn St.
The recruitment drive will help Penn State gain the kind of alumni that make the university unique, said Penn State Vice President for External Relations Tom Beasley.
Penn State is a premier university and one of the top-ranked in the nation, according to The News Journal.
The university has a $60 billion endowment that is worth more than $2 billion.