Monday, July 15, 2013

Graduate Business School adds Jobs Expert

Marykate Kelly
Corporate Relations Manager

Marykate Kelly recently joined the Catholic University School of Business and Economics as the Corporate Relations Manager, focusing on locating internships for MSBA and undergraduate business students during the academic year in addition to jobs after graduation.

Previously, Marykate was a recruiter at Aerotek Recruiting and Staffing where she focused on job placements and finding the perfect fit for both job seeker and company. " Through this experience, I gained the knowledge and tools needed for resume building, interviewing, salary negotiations, creating and maintaining corporate contacts, job searching, and networking; etc.  I am very excited to share what I have learned in recruiting with the students in the MSBA program in The School of Business."   Marykate is now developing relationships with corporate contacts specifically for MSBA and undergraduate business students, ensuring they have the best network to reach out to regarding internships and jobs. 

Career Services Director Tony Chiapetta, Marykate and
Business School Dean Andrew Abela discuss the vision
for ensuring graduates from the School of Business and
Economics find good job opportunities
Marykate will be supporting the Career Strategy and Development class with Kristen Rompf, which is offered to business students, to provide the right tools and tips for them to succeed in their job searches.  She will also work closely with Career services in utilizing the many fine tools they have developed and sharing corporate contact information appropriate for other schools at CUA.

Marykate holds a BSBA in Finance from The Catholic University of America and is excited to be in this new role discovering student interests and tailoring her corporate partners to student needs. And we are excited to have Marykate's expertise and enthusiasm to aid our students in finding the best opportunities available.

Stewart McHie
Director, MSBA Program

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