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A new website called Door of Clubs, which launches Thursday, hopes to modernize the traditional networking process by directly connecting employers with students.
Its platform is designed to connect companies with the niche college clubs full of students that will help them reach their recruitment goals, including getting more women and minorities on staff.
Door of Clubs, operating out of WeWork in South Station, is a Boston startup that provides and online platform for companies looking to work with college clubs.