With the goal of hiring 20,000 future employees, Denny’s Inc. today announced the launch of the second phase of its nationwide recruiting tour, leveraging its relationships with historically black universities and colleges, the National Urban League and the National Society of Hispanic MBAs.
The 2021 Multicultural Recruitment Tour is a major initiative that seeks to hire interns and full-time positions at all levels of the brand, from cooks to management interns to corporate employees. Denny’s recruiters will accept applications and conduct one-on-one interviews virtually and in person. For those unable to attend the events, resumes may be submitted to Careers.Dennys.com. The recurring tour, which kicked off at Denny’s Orange Blossom Classic in Miami, featuring Jackson State University vs. Florida A&M University, Labor Day Weekend, is in its third year and will take place in person or virtually at the following events:
- September 28: Virtual conference and career fair Prospanica
- September 29: National Urban League virtual career fair
- September 30: South Carolina State University Virtual Career Fair
- October 6: Louisiana State University Fall 2021 Virtual Career and Internship Fair
- October 11: Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia.
- October 13: Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia.
- October 20: Coppin State University, Baltimore, Maryland.
- October 29: Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee.
- October 29: Wilberforce University Virtual Career Fair
- 25 Oct to Thursday 28 Oct: Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities Virtual Conference and Career Fair
The tour is designed to support all job seekers regardless of their level of experience, professional field or background, and at each location application stations will be set up for job seekers to apply easily.
“We are looking for the brightest and most innovative talent in our recruitment efforts, and we believe that recruiting students to HBCU, HACU, Prospanica and the Urban League is an opportunity to find future leaders for our company. “said Gail Sharps Myers, Denny’s executive vice president, general counsel and chief human resources officer. “What’s also so important about this tour is that it gives our company the opportunity to create a talent pool and build a brand identity that will have a lasting impact.”
The brand also invites students to apply for the Denny’s Hungry for Education scholarship program, offering $ 330,000 in financial scholarships to current and incoming students. For those who cannot attend these events, students can go toDennysHungryForEducation.comto apply.
Gail Sharps Myers added, “This hiring tour is one of the many ways we go into the community to provide scholarship opportunities, employment opportunities and internships.”
About Denny’s Corp
Denny’s Corporation is the franchisor and operator of one of the largest full-service franchise restaurant chains in the United States, based on the number of restaurants. As of June 30, 2021, Denny’s had 1,645 franchised, licensed and corporate restaurants worldwide, including 149 restaurants in Canada, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Philippines, New Zealand, Honduras, United Arab Emirates, in Costa Rica, Guam and Guatemala. , El Salvador, Indonesia and United Kingdom. For more information on Denny’s, including press releases, please visit Denny’s website at www.dennys.com or the brand’s social channel via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TIC Tac , LinkedInWhere Youtube.