It's a one stop shop for virtual counseling, expedited resume critiques, alumni outreach, and much more. And it's quickly becoming the industry standard in career centers across the country�from UNC to Oregon State. Here's a brief introduction to some of that ways that counselors are using it.
Brim has a couple of different features that make it easy to give resume feedback. You can add notes in the margins of a shared document (pictured below) and notify the student that it's ready. Or, if you don't feel like typing, you can record a video of the document on your screen while dictating feedback and pointing with the cursor.
Brim's document editing and annotation features can be used right alongside its powerful communication tools. You can chat with students by text, audio, or HD video while looking at a document together.
Alumni Panels & Workshops
Brim's video chat functionality is not limited to conversations between two people. It can support video conferences with up to 50 participants and webinars with more than 1,000, so alumni can participate in career panels from anywhere in the world. And panels can be easily recorded so students who missed out can view them later.
Ray Angle, the Assistant VP of Career & Professional Development at Gonzaga (formerly the Director of Career Services at UNC Chapel Hill), has 25 years of experience in career services. Here's his take on Brim and the increasingly significant role of technology in his field.
If you're interested in learning more, give us a call at (844) 200-2746, email us at email@example.com, or fill out the form on this webpage: br.im/contact. We'd love to give you a demonstration of the software's features and to have a conversation about how they can help your office.