2016 employment report - Kellogg School of Management

2016 employment report - Kellogg School of Management

CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER 2016 EMPLOYMENT REPORT PREPARED TO LEAD. PRIMED FOR GROWTH. CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER PARTNERING WITH KELLOGG STUDENTS AND ...

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CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER

2016 EMPLOYMENT REPORT PREPARED TO LEAD. PRIMED FOR GROWTH.

CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER PARTNERING WITH KELLOGG STUDENTS AND EMPLOYERS TO PROMOTE LIFELONG PROFESSIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH.

Strong employment outcomes again, in partnership with you Demand for Kellogg leaders shows that we continue to foster the best MBA talent in the world. The Full-Time MBA class of 2016 came to Kellogg from diverse backgrounds, united with a passion for leadership and a commitment to ensuring an organization’s growth.

We are proud of the level of success achieved by our students, in partnership with you. This year, 96 percent of the graduating Full-Time MBA class received an offer by three months post-graduation. This is illustrative of Kellogg’s ability to empower students to compete successfully for jobs with top MBA employers across industries and functions.

We welcomed these students with our innovative curriculum, helping them build a dynamic skillset in data analytics, business operations and general management while solidifying an emotional intelligence that sets them apart. They had transformative experiences in the classroom and in real-world settings, supported by the Kellogg community of alumni, faculty, employers and Career Management Center (CMC) staff.

We thank you for your commitment and collaboration, which have been essential in achieving these career outcomes. We look forward to deepening relationships with our current recruiting partners and forging connections with new ones. Sincerely,

Liza Kirkpatrick Director, Full-Time MBA Program, Career Management Center

Organizations can learn more about recruiting at Kellogg at the Career Management Center employer website: kellogg.northwestern.edu/career_employer. Please note that this 2016 Employment Report and last year’s 2015 Employment Report include data from only the 1Y, 2Y and MMM Programs. This differs from previous years’ employment reports, which included data from the 1Y, 2Y, JD-MBA and MD/MBA Programs, Part-Time MBA on-campus recruiting and sponsored populations. As a result, benchmarking this report against previous reports is not advised.

CONTENTS

14 CLASS OF 2017 SUMMER INTERNS

1

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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FULL-TIME CLASS OF 2016 EMPLOYMENT



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MAJOR INDUSTRIES

15 Class of 2017 Summer Intern Profile Major Industries Chosen by Summer Interns, 2012–2016

Full-Time Class of 2016 Profile



16

Monthly Salaries of Summer Interns by Industry

17 Major Functions Chosen by Summer Interns, 2012–2016

6 Major Industries, 2012–2016



18

Monthly Salaries of Summer Interns by Function

7  Base Salary Acceptances by Industry



19

Major Employers of Summer Interns Sources of Accepted Internship Offers

8 Sign-On Bonus Acceptances by Industry

MAJOR FUNCTIONS



9

20 RECRUITING PARTNERS

Major Functions, 2012–2016

24 CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER

10 Base Salary Acceptances by Function

11



GEOGRAPHIC REGION

Sign-On Bonus Acceptances by Function

12 Base Salary Acceptances by Geographic Region

13  Base Salary Acceptances by Work Experience and Undergraduate Degree



Major Employers



Sources of Accepted Full-Time Job Offers

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This 2016 Employment Report presents the firstdestination employment outcomes associated with the graduating Kellogg Full-Time MBA class of 2016 and the internship outcomes for the Kellogg Full-Time MBA class of 2017. Data includes graduates and students from our One-Year MBA, Two-Year MBA and MMM Programs.

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KELLOGG INSPIRES GROWTH-MINDED LEADERS TO HAVE LASTING IMPACT ON ORGANIZATIONS

Distinctive Kellogg Leadership

The Kellogg Career Management Center Partnership

Kellogg students bring to employers a balanced and dynamic skillset, growth-minded leadership focus and global acuity. This unique talent stems from our emphasis on general management skills, a multi-disciplinary approach to solving today’s tough business problems, and core capabilities in data analytics and operations.

Kellogg’s Career Management Center is a recognized industry leader that partners with students and employers throughout the recruitment process. The CMC connects employers with students for internship and full-time job opportunities through the traditional on-campus recruiting process as well as non-traditional just-in-time hiring.

Our students are collaborative, agile and resilient. Their emotional intelligence benefits a diverse range of employers, from startups to Fortune 500 companies in industries including technology, finance, consulting and CPG. Kellogg leaders also excel at navigating complex, matrixed organizations. Regardless of an organization’s size or industry, Kellogg leaders have a lasting impact on a company’s success.

Bottom line--- the Kellogg CMC helps companies find the right talent for lasting relationships and mutual, beneficial growth.

“The leadership skills I gained and my diverse experiences at Kellogg were invaluable in my transition to becoming a product manager. I used the knowledge I developed from classes such as Customer Analytics and New Venture Discovery within the first few weeks on the job. Moreover, my Kellogg experience invigorated me and gave me the self-confidence to pursue an impactful career.” ELSA AUGUSTINE ’16

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CONNECTING STUDENTS AND RECRUITERS THE KELLOGG CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER FOR EMPLOYERS FOCUSES ON CONNECTING STUDENTS AND RECRUITERS SO THEY CAN FORGE A MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL RELATIONSHIP.

MBA Recruitment Pillars

Kellogg Recruitment Channels

MBA RECRUITING IS RELATIONSHIP-BASED

ON-CAMPUS RECRUITING AND EVENTS

Kellogg students are most compelled to engage with recruiters and strongly consider employment offers when recruiters build a meaningful, one-on-one relationship with students. We encourage recruiters to reach out directly to students, introduce the students to other people at their organizations and invite students to attend a presentation or company event. CREATE A STRONG EMPLOYER BRAND As a recruiter, one of your most compelling assets is a strong employer brand. Articulating a clear and consistent value proposition will help better attract students. This includes visibility into a company’s values, culture and experiential opportunities. Kellogg students are eager to learn how they will fit into an organization and make an impact. All company representatives should be well versed in communicating your employer brand and making connections between recruiter and student.

Learn how Kellogg can bring you closer to the top talent you seek.

KELLOGG JOB BOARD Connect with both students and alumni; ideal for just-in-time recruiting.

RÉSUMÉ DATABASE Tap into the deep end of the talent pool to fill specific requirements.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING PROJECTS Gain practical, real-world exposure to highly motivated talent.

ENGAGE WITH STUDENTS THROUGHOUT THE ACADEMIC YEAR

80 SPECIAL INTEREST STUDENT CLUBS

In addition to their on-campus recruiting efforts, employers have enjoyed significant success in recruiting through the Kellogg Job Board throughout the year into the spring and summer. Successful recruiters use multiple channels and student touch points, including experiential learning and engagement with student clubs.

Get involved with the clubs that align best with your industry and needs.



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FULL-TIME CLASS OF 2016

EMPLOYMENT

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PROFILE FULL-TIME CLASS OF 2016*

Graduates at a glance

Employment snapshot

DEMOGRAPHICS

EMPLOYMENT SUMMARY

Students graduating in the Class of 2016 One-Year MBA students Two-Year MBA students MMM students 1 Age range at graduation Work experience range Women U.S. minority International citizenship

653 133 464 56 25–40 2–12.5 years 37% 26% 36%

Total seeking employment Not seeking employment Company-sponsored/already employed Continuing education Postponing job search Starting a new business 3 Not seeking employment Total not seeking employment Not reported Total students

534 95 0 7 13 2 117 2 653

GEOGRAPHIC REGION OF MBA ENTRANTS2 Mid-Atlantic Midwest Northeast South Southwest West International Africa Australia and Pacific Islands Canada Central and South Asia East and Southeast Asia Eastern Europe Mexico, Caribbean and Latin America Middle East Western Europe

TIMING OF OFFERS/ACCEPTANCES — CLASS OF 20164

8.0% 18.5% 16.8% 3.4% 3.7% 12.6% 37% 1.1% 0.3% 2.0% 5.9% 11.7% 0.5% 10.9% 1.4% 3.2%

By graduation Student received a job offer Student accepted a job By three months post graduation Student received a job offer Student accepted a job

87.4% 81.3% 96.4% 93.3%

“Kellogg’s focus on collaboration and teamwork helped me have immediate impact in my work as it prepared me to successfully navigate a matrixed organization.” ROHAN RAJIV ’16

* Percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number and may not add up to 100 percent. Dual-degree (MBA+MEM) Program in design and operations. Represents 2Y and MMM entering class of 2014 and 1Y entering class of 2015. Students exclusively focused on starting a new business. 4 Students who were seeking employment. 1

2

3

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MAJOR INDUSTRIES CHOSEN BY GRADUATES, 2012–2016 INDUSTRY

ACCEPTANCES (%)1

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

Consulting

33

35

35

36

35

Consumer Products

14

12

11

10

11

Financial Services

13

19

14

20

20

Health Care Products and Services

7

5

6

4

6

Manufacturing

3

3

5

4

5

Media/Entertainment

1



1

2



Nonprofit







1



Other

1

4

3

3

3

3%

1%

2% RETAIL

Petroleum/Energy

2



2

2

1

22%

Real Estate

3

2

1

2

1

TECHNOLOGY

Retail

2

4

3

3

3

Technology

22

15

18

12

13

1

1

0

1

1

Transportation & Logistics Services

TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS SERVICES

REAL ESTATE

33% CONSULTING

Job Acceptances by Industry

2% PETROLEUM/ ENERGY

1%

14%

OTHER

13% FINANCIAL SERVICES

1% MEDIA/ ENTERTAINMENT

7% HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

3% MANUFACTURING

Percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number and may not add up to 100 percent. † Less than 1 percent of accepted jobs. 1

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CONSUMER PRODUCTS

BASE SALARY ACCEPTANCES BY INDUSTRY, FULL-TIME CLASS OF 20161

INDUSTRY

PERCENT (%)

LOW ($)

HIGH ($) AVERAGE ($)

MEDIAN ($)

INDUSTRY

PERCENT (%)

LOW ($)

HIGH ($) AVERAGE ($)

MEDIAN ($)

Consulting

32.6 65,000 175,000 138,204 145,000

Media/Entertainment

0.6 * * * *

Consumer Products

13.8

Nonprofit

0.2 * * * *

60,000

125,000

106,052

105,000

Apparel/Textiles

2.5 95,000 120,000 110,417 110,000

Other

1.2 78,000 160,000 105,681 100,542

Electronics

0.4 * * * *

Agribusiness

0.4 * * * *

Food and Beverage

7.8

Construction

0.2 * * * *

Household/Personal

2.9 100,000 115,000 104,957 104,500

Education — For Profit

0.2

*

*

*

*

Other

0.2 * * * *

Engineering Services

0.2

*

*

*

*

Hospitality/Tourism

0.2 * * * *

Petroleum/Energy

1.7 110,000 219,335 130,167 120,000

Financial Services Commercial Banking Diversified Financial Services

12.8

60,000

64,000

121,000

250,000

104,000

102,000

128,090

125,000

0.6

*

*

*

*

1.7

100,000

155,000

118,750

117,500

Real Estate

2.7

General

0.2 * * * *

Commercial

1.0 110,000 125,000 118,000 120,000

95,000

125,000

114,615

120,000

Hedge Funds

0.2

*

*

*

*

General

0.4 * * * *

Investment Banking/Brokerage

5.7

65,000

160,000

125,111

125,000

Residential

0.2 * * * *

Investment Management

1.0

105,000

180,000

130,000

120,000

Services

0.9 105,000 125,000 120,000 125,000

Other

0.2 * * * *

Private Equity

2.3

75,000

250,000

147,500

140,000

Venture Capital

0.9

100,000

145,000

125,000

127,500

Other

0.2 * * * *

Health Care Products and Services

6.7

Biotechnology

0.2 * * * *

General

5.7 63,450 145,000 116,350 120,000

General

1.5 90,000 115,500 108,786 110,000

Internet Services/E-Commerce

7.9

58,000

185,000

116,422

118,498

Retail Technology

1.5 100,000 150,000 118,286 113,000 22.0

51,100 225,000 119,713 120,000

Equipment/Hardware/Networking 3.6 95,000 137,000 119,829 125,000 51,100

155,000

116,903

117,000

Medical Devices

0.4

*

*

*

*

Software

3.1 85,000 142,000 118,667 120,000

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

0.4

*

*

*

*

Telecommunications — Services

1.3

Pharmaceutical Other

0.6

*

*

*

*

Other

0.4

*

*

*

*

Providers & Services

3.4

58,000

185,000

117,938

125,000

Other

0.2 * * * *

Transportation & Logistics Services

1.0

98,000

150,000

115,800

103,000

Manufacturing

3.2 97,000 168,000 120,312 120,000

Aerospace/Aviation/Defense 0.2 * * * * Automotive

1.3 97,000 120,000 106,334 106,250

Chemicals

0.4 * * * *

Heavy Equipment

0.2

Packaging

0.2 * * * *

Other

0.9 120,000 130,000 126,500 128,000

*

*

*

*

96% of job-accepting graduates reported useable salary information. * Reporting numbers insufficient to provide salary data

1



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100,000

154,000

138,167

142,500

SIGN-ON BONUS ACCEPTANCES BY INDUSTRY, FULL-TIME CLASS OF 2016*

INDUSTRY*

Consulting

LOW ($)

HIGH ($)

AVERAGE ($)

MEDIAN ($)

5,000 202,710 29,375 25,000

Consumer Products

20,000

Apparel/Textiles

20,000 30,000 27,000 30,000

Food and Beverage

20,000

Household/Personal

20,000 30,000 25,000 25,000

Financial Services Diversified Financial Services

40,000 40,000

26,634

25,000

27,261

25,000

7,500

60,000

32,100

32,500 25,000

7,500

40,000

23,500

Investment Management

10,000

50,000

23,750

17,500

Health Care Products and Services

6,000

100,000

29,176

20,000

General

10,000 40,000 24,167 22,500

Manufacturing

13,000 96,000 30,500 25,000

Automotive

13,000 30,000 24,600 25,000

Other

20,000 25,000 23,000 23,500

Petroleum/Energy

5,000 40,000 16,700 12,500

Real Estate

8,000

Commercial

8,000 20,000 14,600 15,000

Retail

7,000 30,000 18,400 20,000

Technology

5,000 55,000 23,749 25,000

Equipment/Hardware/Networking General Internet Services/E-Commerce Transportation & Logistics Services

20,000

16,625

20,000

5,000 35,000 22,573 25,000 10,000 40,000 22,619 20,000 5,000

45,000

25,068

25,000

15,000

20,000

17,000

16,500

*T  his table includes only those industries where at least 50% of accepted offers reported a sign on bonus. For the Class of 2016, 59.4% of accepted offers reported receiving a sign-on bonus.



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MAJOR FUNCTIONS CHOSEN BY GRADUATES, 2012–2016

FUNCTION

ACCEPTANCES (%)1

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

Consulting

33

35

35

36

37

Finance/Accounting

16

18

13

20

19

General Management

8

8

9

10

7



5% STRATEGIC PLANNING

Human Resources

1



0



Information Technology

4

4

5

2

1

Marketing/Sales

20

20

21

19

23

Operations/Production

3

3

3

1

2

3%

Other

9

8

9

6

7

Strategic Planning

5

4

5

6

4

OPERATIONS/ PRODUCTION

9%

OTHER

33% CONSULTING

20% MARKETING/ SALES

Job Acceptances by Function

16% FINANCE/ ACCOUNTING

4%

8%

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

GENERAL MANAGEMENT

1% HUMAN RESOURCES Percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number and may not add up to 100 percent. † Less than 1 percent of accepted jobs. 1

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BASE SALARY ACCEPTANCES BY FUNCTION, FULL-TIME CLASS OF 20161

FUNCTION

PERCENT (%)

LOW ($)

HIGH ($) AVERAGE ($) MEDIAN ($)

FUNCTION

PERCENT (%)

LOW ($)

HIGH ($) AVERAGE ($) MEDIAN ($)

Consulting

33.1 65,000 225,000 137,825 145,000

Marketing/Sales

Finance/Accounting

16.2 65,000 250,000 122,987 125,000

Brand/Product Management

11.8

98,000

154,000

110,480

105,000

0.9 100,000 180,000 131,250 122,500

Buyer / Merchandising

0.4

*

*

*

*

General

4.0 60,000 219,335 113,818 110,000

Analyst/Research

96,000

142,000

114,000

110,000

19.7 60,000 219,335 112,196 110,000

Corporate Finance

2.6

General

2.7 80,000 150,000 114,654 115,000

Market Research

0.6

Investment Banking

5.2

100,000

160,000

128,760

125,000

Merchandising/Retail

0.4 * * * *

Investment Management

1.5

93,000

160,000

122,929

120,000

Product Development

0.4

Lending/Relationship Management

0.2

*

*

*

*

Mergers & Acquisitions

1.9

75,000

150,000

119,444

125,000

Sales

* *

* *

* *

* *

1.7 63,450 155,000 109,556 112,500

Other

0.4 * * * *

Operations/Logistics

3.2 82,000 145,000 115,214 118,500

Operations/Production

2.6 82,000 145,000 118,727 120,000

1.0 97,000 250,000 142,400 125,000

Supply Chain/Logistics

0.4

8.4

64,000

210,000

123,417

122,500

Purchasing

0.2 * * * *

General Management

5.2

64,000

210,000

123,867

125,000

Other

9.4 51,100 168,000 115,258 122,500

Project Management

0.4

*

*

*

*

Administration

0.2 * * * *

Rotational/Development Program

1.9

115,000

150,000

123,444

120,000

Business Development

2.9

51,100

150,000

110,079

110,000

Other

0.9 115,000 140,000 122,250 117,000

Corporate Development

1.0

115,500

168,000

145,700

145,000

Human Resources

0.6

*

*

*

*

Data Analytics

0.9

100,000

125,000

115,000

117,500

Information Technology

4.4

88,000

145,000

120,838

125,000

Entrepreneurship

0.4 * * * *

Business Analysis and Design

0.6

*

*

*

*

Health Care / Medical Professional

0.2

*

*

*

*

Real Estate

2.9

90,000

125,000

112,857

117,500

Other

0.9 120,000 147,000 128,000 122,500

Strategic Planning

5.0

Private Client Services/ Wealth Management

0.2

Other General Management

*

*

*

*

E-Commerce/Internet/ Web Site Management

0.4

General

3.2 95,000 145,000 124,507 130,000

Systems Management

0.2

* *

* *

* *

* *

1 96% of job-accepting graduates reported useable salary information. * Reporting numbers insufficient to provide salary data

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*

58,000

*

185,000

*

118,565

*

115,000

SIGN-ON BONUS ACCEPTANCES BY FUNCTION, FULL-TIME CLASS OF 2016

FUNCTION*

LOW ($)

HIGH ($)

AVERAGE ($) MEDIAN ($)

Consulting

5,000 202,710

Finance/Accounting

5,000 60,000 29,539 30,000

Corporate Finance

10,000

Investment Banking

29,193 25,000

45,000

27,750

30,000 40,000

7,500

55,000

38,667

Investment Management

10,000

50,000

23,750

17,500

General Management

10,000

96,000

26,696

22,000

General Management

13,000

96,000

27,882

25,000

Information Technology

5,000

42,000

23,604

24,226

General

5,000 42,000 22,828 20,000

Marketing/Sales

5,000 42,000 24,016 25,000

Brand / Product Management

6,000

General

7,000 34,000 22,455 25,000

Sales Operations/Production Real Estate Strategic Planning

42,000

25,556

5,000 25,000

25,000

17,500 20,000

10,000 30,000 24,250 25,250 8,000

20,000

16,625

20,000

10,000

100,000

30,444

27,500

*T  his table includes only those functions where at least 50% of accepted offers reported a sign on bonus. For the Class of 2016, 59.4% of accepted offers reported receiving a sign-on bonus.

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GEOGRAPHIC REGION FULL-TIME CLASS OF 20161

BASE SALARY ACCEPTANCES REGION

UNITED STATES

PERCENT (%)

LOW ($)

HIGH ($) AVERAGE ($)

MEDIAN ($)

REGION

PERCENT (%)

LOW ($)

HIGH ($) AVERAGE ($)

MEDIAN ($)

87.2

58,000

250,000

126,850

125,000

INTERNATIONAL

12.8

51,100

219,335

108,048

Mid-Atlantic

2.1

93,000

147,000

131,000

136,000

Africa

0.2

*

*

*

*

Philadelphia Metro

0.9

119,000

147,000

139,500

146,000

Asia

6.1

51,100

160,000

111,706

110,096

Washington D.C. Metro

0.6

*

*

*

*

Australia and Oceania

0.2

*

*

*

*

Other Midwest Chicago Metro Detroit Metro

0.6

*

*

*

*

Central America and the Caribbean

1.0

60,000

110,000

94,000

100,000

31.4

58,000

250,000

127,540

130,000

Europe-Free Trade Zone

1.3

93,000

140,000

119,853

125,000

140,000

Middle East and North Africa

0.2

*

*

*

*

107,500

North America (non-U.S.)

0.6

*

*

*

*

South America

3.2

63,450

125,000

84,443

80,000

24.9

75,000

0.9

101,004

Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro

2.3

Other

3.3

Northeast

250,000

129,610

120,000

109,001

100,000

147,000

120,500

115,000

58,000

225,000

121,880

105,500

16.7

58,000

170,000

125,022

125,000

Boston Metro

2.5

65,000

170,000

133,733

140,900

New York City Metro

11.5

58,000

150,000

125,655

125,000

Other

2.7

65,000

147,000

114,308

110,000

South

3.6

102,000

180,000

125,882

125,000

Atlanta Metro

1.7

103,000

147,000

129,500

134,000

Miami Metro

0.4

*

*

*

*

Other

1.5

102,000

130,000

114,857

115,000

Southwest

7.1

85,000

160,000

129,059

132,750

Austin Metro

0.6

*

*

*

*

Dallas Metro

3.8

85,000

160,000

130,583

144,500

Denver Metro

1.0

125,000

145,000

129,600

125,000

Houston Metro

1.7

120,000

153,000

134,625

132,500

West

107,000

26.3

95,000

210,000

126,406

125,000

Los Angeles Metro

2.1

105,000

140,000

127,500

130,000

Portland Metro

2.3

95,000

120,000

111,364

110,000

San Francisco Metro

16.1

99,000

155,000

128,696

130,000

Seattle Metro

5.6

100,000

168,000

122,500

117,000

Other

0.2

*

*

*

*

Job Acceptances by Geographic Region

Job Acceptances by Geographic Region

16.7% NORTHEAST

26.3%

31.4%

WEST

MIDWEST

2.1% MID-ATLANTIC

7.1% SOUTHWEST

Job acceptances by Geographic Region

3.6% SOUTH

12.8% INTERNATIONAL

1 96% of job-accepting graduates reported useable salary information. * Reporting numbers insufficient to provide salary data

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BASE SALARY ACCEPTANCES

MAJOR EMPLOYERS

FULL-TIME CLASS OF 2016

FULL-TIME CLASS OF 2016

BY WORK EXPERIENCE

COMPANIES HIRING THREE OR MORE STUDENTS*

EXPERIENCE

PERCENT (%)

LOW ($)

HIGH ($)

AVERAGE ($)

1 to 3 years

0.4%

*

*

*

MEDIAN ($)

*

3 to 5 years

66.7%

51,100

250,000

123,044

125,000

A.T. Kearney

More than five years

32.9%

58,000

219,335

127,505

125,000

Accenture 3

Consulting

*Reporting numbers insufficient to provide salary data

BY UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE DEGREE

PERCENT (%)

LOW ($)

HIGH ($)

AVERAGE ($)

MEDIAN ($)

Business

31.1 51,100 250,000

Technical

33.1 58,000 180,000 123,760 125,000

Other

35.8 82,000 219,335 124,507 123,000

6

Bain & Company

24

The Boston Consulting Group

25

Deloitte Consulting LLP

21

EY & Parthenon

125,198 125,000

Health Care Products and Services

L.E.K. Consulting McKinsey & Company

7 3 43

Strategy& 10 Consumer Products

DaVita Healthcare Partners, Inc.

6

Manufacturing General Motors Company

4

Real Estate Tishman Speyer

4

Technology Adobe Systems

3

Amazon 23 Apple Inc.

10

Cisco Systems

4 3

Anheuser-Busch InBev

6

Dell Inc.

The Kraft Heinz Company

4

Facebook 3

SOURCES OF ACCEPTED FULL-TIME JOB OFFERS

Mars, Incorporated

5

Google 12

Nike, Inc.

11

Intuit Inc.

PepsiCo, Inc.

6

LinkedIn 5

FULL-TIME CLASS OF 2016

SC Johnson

5

Microsoft 3

Tyson Foods

3

Visa Inc.

School-facilitated 79.5%

Student-initiated 20.5%

Financial Services

Alumni Referral

3.6%

Conference 0.6%

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Kellogg Job Board posting

6.9%

External Job Board

Citi 3

1.7%

Off-campus interview (school-facilitated) 6.7%

Off-campus interview (student-initiated) 9.2%

On-campus interview

19.1%

Previous Employer

Resume Book

0.8%

Summer employer (student-initiated) 4.4%

Summer employer (school-facilitated) 40.9% Other (school-facilitated)

2.7%

Other (student-initiated)

Goldman, Sachs & Co.

7

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

5

1.9%

1.5%

*

Does not include sponsored students.

13

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TOTAL HIRES

4

3 290

FULL-TIME CLASS OF 2017

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

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SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROFILE

MAJOR INDUSTRIES

CLASS OF 2017 SUMMER INTERNS

CHOSEN BY SUMMER INTERNS, 2012–2016

DEMOGRAPHICS

INDUSTRY

Students graduating in the class of 2017 Two-Year MBA students MMM students 1

535 476 59

Consulting

EMPLOYMENT SUMMARY Total seeking employment Not seeking employment Starting a new business 2 Not seeking employment Total not seeking employment Not reported Total students

6 9 15 1 535

2

2013

2012

24%

24%

24%

26%

13%

16%

15%

13%

13%

15%

14%

19%

17%

21%





0%

0%

0%

Health Care Products and Services

8%

8%

8%

7%

5%

Manufacturing

4%

5%

4%

6%

5%

Media/Entertainment

2%

1%

1%

1%

2%

Nonprofit

2%

2%

4%

3%

3%

Other

5%

3%

3%

3%

3%



1%

2%

2%

1%

2%

3%

1%

1%

1%

Petroleum/Energy

Dual-degree (MBA+MEM) program in design and operations. Students exclusively focused on starting a new business.

2015 2014

25%

Financial Services

Real Estate 1

2016 Consumer Products Government

519

ACCEPTANCES (%)*

Retail

3%

3%

4%

7%

5%

Technology

21%

20%

15%

16%

14%

Transportation & Logistics Services

1%



0%





“Kellogg gave me the skills and the confidence to be competitive in the marketplace. At my internship I was able to successfully put into practice crucial concepts I learned in class in the areas of teamwork, collaboration and operations.” VANDANA SATHPATHY ’17

* Percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number and may not add up to 100%. † Less than 1 percent of accepted jobs.

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MONTHLY SALARIES1 BY INDUSTRY, SUMMER INTERNS, CLASS OF 20172

INDUSTRY

PERCENT (%)3

LOW ($)

HIGH ($) AVERAGE ($) MEDIAN ($)

INDUSTRY

PERCENT (%)3

LOW ($)

HIGH ($) AVERAGE ($) MEDIAN ($)

Consulting

24.5 2,800 15,000 10,881 12,000

Media/Entertainment

Consumer Products

12.5

Entertainment/Leisure/Recreation 1.0 1,920 7,000 4,973 6,000

Apparel/Textiles

1,900

8,583

6,674

6,923

1.8 3,000 6,681 5,787 6,000

1.6 1,085 7,200 4,701 5,500

General

0.2 * * * * 0.4 * * * *

Electronics

0.4 * * * *

Radio/TV/Cable/Film

Food and Beverage

6.4

Nonprofit

1.8 1,000 4,000 2,200 2,250

Household/Personal

3.5 1,900 8,000 6,185 7,082

Other

4.6 600 9,000 4,524 5,000

Luxury Goods

0.4 * * * *

Advertising/Marketing Services 0.2 * * * *

Financial Services

15.1

Agribusiness

Commercial Banking

0.2 * * * *

Economic Development/Microfinance 0.4 * * * *

Diversified Financial Services

1.8

Education (For Profit)

4,000

2,000 2,500

8,583

15,000 10,416

7,135

8,788 7,271

7,200

10,400 7,692

0.2 * * * * 0.6

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

General

0.4 * * * *

Environmental Services & Sustainability 0.2

Insurance

0.2 * * * *

Hospitality/Tourism

Investment Banking/Brokerage

8.5

5,208

15,000

10,579

10,416

Human Resources/Recruitment 0.2 * * * *

Investment Management

1.0

3,200

12,500

6,207

4,333

Law/Legal Services

Private Equity

2.2

3,500

11,000

6,588

6,250

Sports & Sports Management

Venture Capital

0.4 * * * *

Other

1.0 600 6,900 4,220 4,000 0.4 * * * * 1.4

2,500

5,120

3,968

4,125

Petroleum/Energy

0.4 * * * *

0.4 * * * *

Real Estate

1.8

Government

0.2 * * * *

Commercial

1.2 3,200 8,000 5,758 6,300

Health Care Products and Services

7.8

Residential

0.2 * * * *

Biotechnology

0.2 * * * *

Services

0.4 * * * *

General

1.6 6,400 8,000 7,111 7,000

Retail

Medical Devices

1.4

2,000

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

0.8

6,000

Pharmaceutical Other

2.0

5,000

Providers & Services

1.4

2,000

10,000

Other Manufacturing

2,000

10,000

8,333

6,528

7,200

2,000

8,000

5,350

6,000

3.0 1,680 10,000 6,656 7,000

5,965

7,040

Technology

8,333

7,112

7,058

Equipment/Hardware/Networking 3.5 2,500 10,000 8,065 9,166

10,000

7,410

7,550

General

5,312

4,000

21.4 1,200 12,000 7,195 8,000 3.2 1,818 8,500 6,488 7,444

Internet Services/E-Commerce

8.7

2,000

10,000

7,173

8,000

0.4 * * * *

Multimedia Products & Services

0.6

*

*

*

*

4.0 4,800 9,700 7,718 8,000

Software

4.4 1,200 10,000 7,066 7,840

Aerospace/Aviation/Defense 0.2 * * * *

Telecommunications Services

0.8

Automotive

0.6 * * * *

Other

0.2 * * * *

Chemicals

0.4 * * * *

Transportation & Logistics Services

1.2

General

4,000 6,400

10,000 8,000

1.2 6,500 8,800 8,217 8,500

Heavy Equipment

0.6 * * * *

Packaging

0.4 * * * *

Other

0.6 * * * *

16

One percent of students reported accepting an unpaid summer internship. Data for sponsored students reporting summer internship details is included in this table. 3 Three students reported accepting multiple internships. * Reporting numbers insufficient to provide salary data. 1

2

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7,020 6,690

7,040 6,413

MAJOR FUNCTIONS CHOSEN BY SUMMER INTERNS, 2012–2016

FUNCTION

ACCEPTANCES (%)*

2016

2015 2014

2013

2012

Consulting

28

26

25

24

28

Finance/Accounting

16

17

18

16

19

General Management

4

3

4

6

3

Human Resources

1

1

1

1



Information Technology

5

6

4

3

1

Marketing/Sales

23

26

27

26

24

Operations/Production

2

3

2

2

2

Other

13

11

13

14

16

Strategic Planning

8

8

6

8

8

8% STRATEGIC PLANNING

2%

28%

13%

CONSULTING

OTHER

OPERATIONS/ PRODUCTION

Job Acceptances by Function

23%

16%

MARKETING/ SALES

FINANCE/ ACCOUNTING

5%

4%

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

GENERAL MANAGEMENT

1% HUMAN RESOURCES * Percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number and may not add up to 100 percent. † Less than 1 percent of accepted internships.

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MONTHLY SALARIES1 BY FUNCTION, SUMMER INTERNS, CLASS OF 20172

FUNCTION

PERCENT (%)3

LOW ($)

HIGH ($) AVERAGE ($) MEDIAN ($)

FUNCTION

Consulting

28.2 1,000 15,000 10,260 12,000

Operations/Logistics

Finance/Accounting

15.5 2,000 15,000

Operations/Production

Analyst/Research

1.0 4,000 10,500

9,530

6,705

9,240

6,607 8,000

7,341

4,333

Purchasing

0.4

*

*

*

*

6,750

Supply Chain/Logistics

0.4

*

*

*

*

Other

General

1.2 5,600

8,000

13.3

750

12,500

6,172

7,366

Investment Banking

7.1

5,208

15,000

10,497

10,416

Business Development

5.5

1,680

12,000

6,514

7,200

Investment Management

1.4

3,200

11,000

6,189

4,620

Corporate Development

0.4

*

*

*

*

Mergers & Acquisitions

1.6

3,800

12,500

8,458

9,000

Data Analytics

1.2

5,000

8,800

6,222

5,767

Economic Analysis/Research

0.2

*

*

*

*

Entrepreneurship

1.6 1,000 0.4

*

*

*

* 6,300

Other

*

6,336

2,000

1.2 2,000

HIGH ($) AVERAGE ($) MEDIAN ($)

1.6

0.6

8,000

6,167

2.0

LOW ($)

Corporate Finance

Private Client Services/ Wealth Management

2,000

8,667 10,000

PERCENT (%)3

6,787 6,560

*

*

1.0 2,500 12,500

*

4,525 4,100

7,883 7,300

Health Care/Medical Professional

7,264

8,000

Real Estate

1.6

3,200

12,500

6,631

9,700

7,294

8,000

Research & Development

0.2

*

*

*

3,200

8,800

6,840

7,520

Other

2.2 4,000

9,600

6,934

7,366

0.8

6,116

8,100

6,971

6,834

Strategic Planning

7.7

6,750

7,200

0.2

*

*

*

*

*

* *

General Management

4.4

2,000

9,700

General Management

1.8

2,000

Project Management

1.2

Rotational/Development Program Plant/Facility Management Other

0.4 *

Human Resources

0.8

1,200

8,750

6,211

7,446

Information Technology

5.0

3,333

10,000

7,682

8,000

Business Analysis and Design

1.4

4,000

8,583

7,169

8,000

E-Commerce/Internet/ Web Site Management

0.8

4,333

9,533

7,767

8,600

General

8,000



2.8 3,333 10,000 1,085

23.1

Buyer/Merchandising

0.4 *

Brand/Product Management

13.3

General

6.8 1,900

Market Research

0.4

*

*

*

*

Product Development

1.0

1,920

8,500

6,072

6,500

Sales

0.4 *

Other

0.8 1,085 7,000 4,334 4,625

1,818

9,533

7,914 8,000

Marketing/Sales

6,640

*

7,200

* *

9,533

6,826

9,460

6,578 7,344

*

7,200

* *

One percent of students reported accepting an unpaid summer internship. Data for sponsored students reporting summer internship details is included in this table. 3 Three students reported accepting multiple internships. * Reporting numbers insufficient to provide salary data. . 1

2

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600

11,600

*

MAJOR EMPLOYERS OF SUMMER INTERNS

SOURCES OF ACCEPTED INTERNSHIP JOB OFFERS

CLASS OF 2017

CLASS OF 2017

COMPANIES HIRING THREE OR MORE STUDENTS* Consulting

A.T. Kearney

Health Care Products and Services

4

School-facilitated 78.5%

4

Alumni Referral

Accenture 5

Genentech, Inc.

5

Kellogg Job Board posting

Bain & Company

18

Medtronic, Inc.

3

The Boston Consulting Group

31

Off-Campus interview (school-facilitated) 9.3%

Off-Campus interview (student initiative)

On-Campus interview

Previous Employer

1.0%

Other (student initiative)

0.4%

Manufacturing

Deloitte Consulting LLP

7

Cummins Inc.

3

L.E.K. Consulting

7

Danaher Corporation

5

Deere and Company - John Deere

3

McKinsey & Company

17

Strategy& 6 Anheuser-Busch InBev

7

Colgate-Palmolive Company

3

The Kraft Heinz Company

3

Mars, Incorporated

3

Walmart Stores, Inc.

3

7

Adobe Systems

PepsiCo, Inc.

5

Amazon 18

Procter & Gamble

5

Apple Inc.

SC Johnson

3

Cisco Systems

Unilever 5

4 10 3

Google 8 Intuit Inc.

5

7

Microsoft Corporation

5

Citi 3

Symantec Corporation

3

Bank of America Merrill Lynch Evercore Partners

3

Goldman, Sachs & Co.

6

J.P. Morgan

4

William Blair

3

1.0%

Technology

Nike, Inc.

Financial Services

0.6%

Retail

4

Wayfair 4 Transportation & Logistics Services

United Airlines

5

TOTAL HIRES

260

* Data for sponsored students reporting summer internship details is included in this table. Three students reported accepting multiple internships.

19

46.5%

Other (school-facilitated)

3

Starbucks Coffee Company

18.3%

Resume Book

Nonprofit

Inspiring Capital

Consumer Products

2.8%

Student-initiated 21.5%

Eli Lilly and Company

2016 EMPLOYMENT REPORT

Conference 1.6% External Job Board

1.8% 16.7%

RECRUITING PARTNERS

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CORPORATE RECRUITING PARTNERS 2015–2016 The following organizations recruited students from the Kellogg School of Management during fiscal year 2016. Avant Communications

.406 Ventures ¨

3M

¬

A.T. Kearney

a

Abbott

¨ ¨

B37 Ventures ¨

Bain & Company

AbbVie

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Accenture Strategy

a

Barclays Capital

Capital Partners ¨

Cargill Castlelake

Baxter Healthcare

CBRE Century Bank

Advanced Wheel Sales

BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company)

Agoda Services Co., Ltd

Beacon Capital Partners

cg42

Alibaba Group

Beepi

Chartis Group

Allianz Real Estate of America

Benford Capital Partners, LLC

Adobe Systems ADP (Automatic Data Processing)

a

Allstate Corporation ¬

Alpine Investors

Blue Apron

¨

Amazon

a

Amcor Flexibles American Airlines, Inc.

¬

¬

“The differentiator with Kellogg students is that in addition to bringing the core functional skills, they also embody a team spirit and understand the human side of the business. When looking two to three years into the job, the emotional intelligence becomes very important, allowing Kellogg students to make a clear difference in our organization and with our clients.”

Capgemini Consulting Capital Group Companies

Baubax LLC ¨

Betterment

¨

Candid Wines ¬

Ballast Point Ventures a

ActiveHealth Management ¨

Camino Financial

¬

¨

Cerner Corporation

BARTOSZ OSTENDA MANAGING DIRECTOR, GOLDMAN, SACHS & CO.

Chevron Chicago Cubs

¨

Blue Canyon Partners, Inc.

Cigna CIM Group

BMO Capital Markets

¨

Cisco Systems

BNP Paribas

¨

Citi

Boeing Company

Civic Consulting Alliance

¬

American Express

Bose Corporation

Cleveland Indians Baseball Club

Dairy Farmers of America

a

Amgen Inc.

The Clorox Company

a

Amphenol Corporation

Dalberg Global Development Advisors

And Beyond

¨

¨ a

¨

AT&T

Boston Scientific

CME Group Inc.

Box

¨

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

a

a

Dow Chemical Company

a

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Dream Incubator

Colfax Corporation Colgate-Palmolive Company

¨

DaVita Healthcare Partners, Inc.

Brightstar Corp

Comcast

¨

Deere and Company - John Deere

¬

DuPont

British Petroleum (BP)

ConAgra Foods, Inc

¨

Dell Inc.

a

E & J Gallo Winery

¬

Brown-Forman Corporation

Constellation Brands

¨

Deloitte Consulting LLP

¬

Brunswick Corporation

Creative Werks LLC

Delta Air Lines

¨

Eaton

¬

Cadent Consulting Group

Credicorp Ltd.

Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc.

¨

¬

athenahealth, Inc.

Caliber Litigation Services, LLC

Credit Karma

ATI Physical Therapy

California Department of Justice

Credit Suisse

August Home Inc.

Dover Corporation

CVS Health

Danaher Corporation

Apple Inc. Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM)

¨

a

¨

¬

Anheuser-Busch InBev Aperture Group/OptionsHouse

The Boston Consulting Group

Doosan Infracore International

CV Advisors, LLC

American Beerworks!

¨

Cambridge Group

a

Cummins Inc.

¬

E15 Group

Dig Inn ¨

Discover Financial Services Doctor On Demand

DTE Energy Duckhorn Vineyards

Ecolab Inc. The Edgewater Funds

a

Eli Lilly and Company Elite Dental Partners

Recruited on campus for: ¬ Full-time employees  a Summer interns  ¨ Both full-time employees and summer interns

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Elk Capital Partners

Mars, Incorporated

Gran Ciudad

J.P. Morgan

a

¨

EMC Corporation

Green Charge Networks

Jefferies LLC

MasterCard Worldwide

¨

Emerson Electric Company

Greenhill & Co.

Jiff

a

Jitterbit

MB Real Estate Services Inc.

EN Engineering, LLC

Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC

Environmental Defense Fund

GrubHub.com

Equinox Fitness Club Inc.

GuiaBolso

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

a

The Hartford

JR Miller Enterprises

Medline Industries, Inc.

Empresas Red Salud S.A.

¬

The Estée Lauder Companies

Evercore Partners

a

Everspring Exelon Corporation

a ¨

ExxonMobil

Facebook ¨

FCA - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

¬

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Floravere FlyHomes Ford Motor Company

a

Foxtrot Fresh Nation Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin

HBM Holdings

¬

General Electric

General Mills

a ¨

General Motors Company

Gilead Sciences GlaxoSmithKline

a

Goldman, Sachs & Co.

a

McMillan Doolittle Mead Johnson Nutrition

Medtronic, Inc.

Kaiser Permanente Kapor Capital

¬

Hewlett Packard

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

a

HFF (Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P.)

Kiva

Mobcrush Inc

Koa Organic Beverages, Inc.

Moccato

¨

The Hershey Company

a

Hilton Worldwide

Hines Hologram Hony Capital Limited ¨

Houlihan Lokey

¬

HubSpot

Hudson Advisors LLC Hulu, LLC

Gap Inc.

General Dynamics

McKinsey & Company

a

a

a

Genentech, Inc.

Johnson & Johnson

¨

Heisler Hospitality

¬

¨

John Buck Company ¨

Kainos Capital

¨

frog design inc. Garena

Mattel, Inc.

IBM

IDEO, Inc.

IFM Technologies Industrial Growth Platform, Inc. Innovation and New Ventures Office (INVO) Inspiring Capital ¨

Intel Corporation

Intermountain Healthcare ¬

International Finance Corporation

Intersport, Inc. Intuit Inc.

Google

¨

GoPro

a

Intuitive Surgical

Itaú Unibanco

MetLife, Inc. Microsoft Corporation

MillerCoors

Moelis & Company

Kohl’s

a

a

Koning Corporation

a

Mondelez International, Inc.

¨

KPMG Strategy

Monoqi

¨

The Kraft Heinz Company

a

Kurt Salmon ¨

L.E.K. Consulting

Morgan Stanley

Narrative Science Nationwide

LaSalle Capital Group

Natural Gas Partners

Lazada Thailand

¨

Navigant Consulting, Inc.

a

Neuberger Berman, LLC

LeEco

New York Public Radio

LG

¨

Lazard Middle Market LLC

Nike, Inc.

¨

Liberty Mutual Group

¬

¨

Lincoln International LLC

a

Nissan North America, Inc.

Nordstrom Inc.

LinkedIn

Northwestern Mutual Capital

Living Cities

Northwestern University

Logitech

NVIDIA Corporation

L’Oreal

Oaktree Capital Management, L.P.

¨

Luxottica Retail

¬

Oliver Wyman

Lyft

Opternative

Macquarie Group

OptumInsight

Marriott International Inc.

Orion Resource Partners

¨

Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company

Pacific Gas & Electric Company ¬

Palo Alto Networks

Panda Restaurant Group Pandora Media, Inc. Park Lane ¨

Parthenon EY

¬

Partners in Performance International

PayPal Peanut Butter, Inc. Pedago The People’s Music School PepsiCo, Inc.

a

Pfizer, Inc PJT Partners Pocketlist Point B, Inc.

a

Priceline.com Princess Cruises Principal Global Investors Pritzker Group Private Capital ¨

Procter & Gamble

Procured Health ¨

Prophet Brand Strategy

Puget Sound Energy Quartet Health Quellum Radius Intelligence Raymond James Financial, Inc. Razorfish RBX Active Reckitt Benckiser REDF

Recruited on campus for: ¬ Full-time employees  a Summer interns  ¨ Both full-time employees and summer interns

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¨

Restaurant Brands International, Inc

Riverside Company ¨

Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated

Rogers Park Business Alliance ¨

Roland Berger

RTI International Ryan Companies The Sage Group LLC salesforce.com Samsung Global Strategy Group San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Square a

Sterling Partners Stonewall Partners

Under Armour

¨

Strategy&

Siemens

Sistema Ari de Sa Slack Smart Design SmartThings Sojitz Kelanitissa Private Limited Somos Educacao SoundCloud Southern California Edison

Wayfair

The Weather Company

United Airlines

Wells Fargo

SunCulture

a

UnitedHealth Group

¬

West Monroe Partners

WestRock

Surgical Care Affiliates

a

Symantec Corporation

Valence Health

a

Synchrony Financial

Vantiv

a

Syniverse Technologies

Varian Medical Systems

¨

T. Rowe Price

Varsity Tutors

a

Target Corporation

Veritas Technologies, LLC.

a

Tata Consultancy Services

Vermilion Development

Workshop HP

Via

Yabo Finance

Viacom

Yext

Virtus Partners

Zebra Technologies Corporation

¬ a ¨

¬

¬

¨

Waterstone Management Group LLC

Unilever

a ¨

Sears Holdings Corporation Shire

UBS Financial Services

Summit Partners

¨

¬

¬

¬

SC Johnson

SFW Capital Partners

Water Street Healthcare Partners

Uber

Stax, Inc.

a

a

¬

Tyson Foods

a

¬

Walton Street Capital, LLC

Turo

Starbucks Coffee Company

Techstars ¬

Tencent

Tesla Motors ¬

Thrivent Financial

URBN

The Wine Group, Inc.

Visa Inc.

a

thyssenkrupp North America

Vivid Seats

Tishman Speyer

a

TOMS

Wahoo Fitness

¨

Treacy & Company

The Wonderful Company Workiva

Zillow.com ¨

ZS Associates

Walgreens ¨

Trinity Partners, LLC

The Walsh Group

TripAdvisor

Wipro Ltd

VMware

Trinity Hunt Partners ¬

William Blair

Walmart Stores, Inc.

The Walt Disney Company

Recruited on campus for: ¬ Full-time employees  a Summer interns  ¨ Both full-time employees and summer interns

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CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER OUR TEAM CMC LEADERSHIP Liza Kirkpatrick Director, Full-Time MBA Program Adnan Rukieh Director, Executive MBA and Evening & Weekend MBA Programs

Claire Walker Assistant Director, Industry Relations Brittany Wisniewski Assistant Director, Business Development

Joseph Patton Associate Director

Stephen Montiero Operations Assistant

Jacqueline English Career Coach

Sarah Hyche Career Coach

Megan Thomas Associate Director

Julia Navarre Assistant Director, Technology and Statistics

Loraine Hasebe Career Coach

Beth Korn Career Coach

Weslie Iza Department Assistant

Jill MacFadyen Career Coach

CMC LIBRARY

CAREER ADVISING AND EDUCATION

Ella Delaney Associate Director, CMC Library Manager

EXECUTIVE MBA AND EVENING & WEEKEND MBA CAREER SERVICES

Cassaundra Bails-McLeod Library Assistant

Carla Vaccarezza Bass Associate Director

Dennis Reigle Career Coach

EMPLOYER RELATIONS

Mary Simon Director, Career Advising and Education

Mario Vela Director, Employer Relations

Silvia Bajo Associate Director

Renèe Stock Assistant Director, CMC Librarian

Gary Beu Career Coach

Marissa Moore Assistant Director, Industry Relations

Aida Camara-Crowder Associate Director

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

Mary Burns Career Coach

ALUMNI CAREER & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Robyne Hart Director, Operations

Jill Clouse Career Coach

Clarence Glenn Operations Assistant

Ann Browning Associate Director

Laura Sue D’Annunzio Career Coach

Mary Clare Meyer Operations Assistant

Karie Davis Career Coach

Pete Eckhoff Career Coach

Jill Fahlgren Career Coach

Matthew Temple Director, Alumni Career and Professional Development

Sam Samberg Assistant Director, Industry Relations Andrea Stoit Assistant Director, Business Development

Carla Edelston Associate Director Tina Hagopian-Fahey Associate Director Eva Lu-Bonn Associate Director

LEARN MORE ABOUT RECRUITING AT KELLOGG

Kellogg Career Management Center Connect with a member of the Career Management Team: Phone: 847-491-3168 Email: [email protected] Visit us online: kellogg.northwestern.edu/career

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Steve Lanchak Career Coach

Michelle Awuku-Tatum Career Coach

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