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GradSift - Fairer for Graduates and Interns

GradSift is a fairer way for employers to initially screen their graduate and intern applicants. 

Employers receive hundreds or thousands of applications to their graduate programs. Think about the time it would take to review every application. It's a big effort. That's why over the years employers have used different tools to reduce that to a more manageable number.

But the tools they've used have limitations. Typically they assess on a single attribute.

Take a look at this example. Three applicants with solid backgrounds. And the fourth, not so good.

 

Artwork: Gregor CresnarArtwork: Gregor Cresnar

This is how other screening tools have worked.

Do you have a GPA of 65+? Yes, you progress. No, you're rejected.

Did you complete an online numerical reasoning test? Score above the employer's minimum? Yes, you progress. No, you're rejected. You get the picture.

But what if you have a solid background except for a GPA of 63 or just missed the test cut-off? Well, it doesn't matter. Employers don't have the time to look at the rest of your background.

That's unfair to students. And it's not right for the employer either. They're missing out on strong, well-rounded applicants.

That's where GradSift comes in. It allows an employer to assess your background across multiple attributes including academics, work experience, extra-curriculars and more. It gives employers control over information and flexibility to make better decisions. 

The GradSift algorithm assesses your background differently for each employer. So when an employer invites you the the next stage of their assessment process, it means you're a potentially strong fit.  

 

How Does It Work for Graduates and Interns

Graduate/Student FAQ

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