Employers facing early-career talent shortage in North Carolina now have a dedicated solution
RESTON, VA - Today, ROCS Grad Staffing, a firm dedicated to helping companies find top college grad talent by focusing on doing one thing and doing it right, announces that it will be establishing a market presence in the state of North Carolina.
“After nearly 20 years of assisting recent graduates land opportunities in the Washington DC metro, we are prime for entering new markets,” says co-founder Tom Moore. “North Carolina’s reputation as a talent hotspot with extraordinary colleges and universities, and exponential job growth makes this decision a no-brainer.”
ROCS has been recognized as an Inc. Magazine 500/5000 fastest growing company four times. The firm has been selected as a best place to work by The Washington Business Journal for five years.
To lead its expansion, ROCS has hired college recruiting and career services veteran, formerly of Wake Forest and Virginia Tech, Stuart Mease, to become its Director of North Carolina Operations.
“We are ecstatic to have an industry thought leader join our team,” said co-founder Brandon Labman. “Stuart has been connecting employers and recent college graduates at all angles in the government, educational and private sectors. His keen insights will benefit our clients and candidates.”
Employers and recent college graduates interested in solutions can visit rocsstaffing.com.
About ROCS Grad Staffing
In 2003, two college students became frustrated with the typical college job offerings of selling kitchen knives, painting houses, or anything with the phrase “Residual Income” or “Make Thousands From Your Dorm Room.” Instead of settling, they set out to create a place where students and recent grads could find jobs related to their career interests and goals. From there, ROCS was born. After nearly 20 years in the industry, ROCS has worked with hundreds of companies in the Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, and has helped thousands of students and recent grads start their careers.