The majority of JumpCrew’s “crew” is under 30 years old. Because of our culture, we’re often connected with alma matters and get the opportunity to contribute to students’ experience. Michael Millican, a JumpCrew veteran, who was a Delta Sigma Pi at the University of Dayton, set up a visit with the business fraternity’s current class. Leaders from each department were able to meet with the Dayton students to give them a behind the scenes look into JumpCrew and how they’ve found success.
As each JumpCrew lead candidly described their day-to-day and gave insight on the industry, the Delta Sigma Pi students listened and took notes. Operations, sales, marketing, client success, and IT were all covered in depth with time for questions. Whether or not the students’ personality and passions equate with a company like JumpCrew, the pillars that we hire and operate by are synonymous with success in any industry.
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The Values And Pillars Of JumpCrew
There are several personality traits we detect in interviews that almost guarantee a good hire. Since September of 2016, CEO, Robert Henderson, has hired employees with challenger personalities who have GRIT. JumpCrew is built on a special formula of dependability, diversity, and grit that fuels our growth. In hiring, we’ve found that at times, inexperience rivals experience. Hiring recent college grads who are eager to learn are also easier to teach. Young professionals merge into an organization like JumpCrew seamlessly which reduces the impact on current employees and cost-per-hire for JumpCrew.
We want to extend a huge thank you to Delta Sigma Pi for making the drive to Nashville from the University of Dayton. Every member of their co-ed fraternity came into JumpCrew with insightful questions ready to learn. Developing well-rounded young professionals is the central focus of the Delta Sigma Pi fraternity–the type of recent grad that JumpCrew would hire. Professional is precisely the reputation the students left, and JumpCrew hopes to receive resumes from the University of Dayton in the near future.