You’ll see all the information you’d like to know about a candidate when reviewing them for an interview!

When RippleMatch users sign up for the platform, they fill out a variety of data points to complete their profile. Each candidate has a candidate business card displaying their information.

The candidate card includes highlights from their resume (contact information, school, graduation date, majors, GPA, work and internship experiences, leadership experiences from clubs and organizations, skills, etc.) which is consistently laid out on each candidate card so that you can easily scan through it. You will also have access to their resume itself. Candidates will indicate their work authorization status and whether or not they’ll need sponsorship. Many students upload their LinkedIn profiles and photos.

About 90% of candidates also choose to include their self-reported diversity data, values, and personality traits. If you hover under the "Underrepresented" tag on the candidate card, you will be able to see what groups a candidate belongs to.

Lastly, RippleMatch also learns what kinds of opportunities and companies candidates are looking for in their own job or internship search. You can see this information by clicking on the "Values" option.

This candidate card will also be a great way to quickly get a glimpse if a candidate is a good fit for your opportunity. Notice how Kyle's card says he is a 97% match for the role.

As well as this, candidate cards show the source of the candidate. The candidate below was AutoMatched, but, these tags will show all of your different sources (LinkedIn, Organic Candidates, Referrals, etc.).

Additionally, for every role that a candidate has been matched with, they’ll fill out screening questions specific to that opportunity. You’ll be able to see a candidate’s responses, such as why they’re interested in your role or your company. This is where you will also find their resume, values, transcript, and notes from your Customer Success Manager.

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