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recruit for (something)

1. To seek out new members for some group, company, or organization to which one belongs. There are a bunch of people in the student union building recruiting for various clubs and teams. I wish they wouldn't recruit for the army inside of our high school like that.
2. To hire, enlist, or enroll new members for some group, company, or organization to which one belongs. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "recruit" and "for." I heard they recruited Tim for the Navy! I went to a few different universities looking to recruit a few talented engineers for our new firm.
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recruit someone for something

to seek and engage someone for something. Harry had to recruit a few people for the new jobs that opened up. We recruited three more people for the project.
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"It's an opportunity for an Airman to use recruiting for career development," said Chief Master Sgt.
Neohire South specialises in tech and non-tech recruiting for top VCs and technology startups across the US.
Some of the invited nations had been recruiting for all-volunteer forces for some time, while others had not yet established all-volunteer forces.
Lori Lecker is director of communications and public relations and Laurie Lenigan is the director of legal recruiting for Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney.
In individual recruiting for the month, first-time recruiter Yanxia Li, RN, ADN, AAS, CCRN, PCCN, of Marietta, Ga., burst onto the scene with 17 new members recruited.
Institutions can be certain that once the student-athlete has signed a Letter of Intent, there is no need to continue recruiting for that position.
During maintenance, Trevor continued to appropriately recruit at the target rate with no incidences of inappropriate recruiting for 11 sessions.
We are not a firm that particularly specializes in recruiting for foreign IT firms, but focus on recruiting for international financial institutions and foreign law firms."
Then the trainer should model appreciation by saying, "Thank you." After the trainer has modeled the recruiting sequence, she should role play with students several types of recruiting episodes (both positive and negative) giving praise and corrective feedback until the student has demonstrated proper recruiting for several consecutive trials.
"It's not in our history," says Torrence Boone, a manager and head of associate consulting recruiting for Bain & Co.
Recruiting interns, like recruiting for staff vacancies, can be a problem, especially when the library staff is small and/or the area does not have a library school.
In individual recruiting for the month, perennial "member-getter" Ann Brorsen, RN, MSN, CCRN, CEN, of Sun City, Calif., led the way with 27 new members recruited.
In individual recruiting for the month, an amazing performance was turned in by Mary Holtschneider, RN, BSN, MPA, RN-BC, of Durham, N.C.
In individual recruiting for the month, several new participants joined the campaign: Beverly Ann Carlson, RN, MS, CCRN, of El Cajon, Calif.
In chapter recruiting for the month, the Greater Richmond Area Chapter and the Greater Washington Area Chapter each recruited 10 new members.