BACK2BUSINESS + FREE PIZZA🍕

Screen Shot 2016-09-02 at 3.59.14 PMThe summer has ended and that means it’s time to get back to business!

JOIN US  on Wednesday, September 14th  at 5PM in Stein 120 to discuss the COES Professional Program, office hours, prebusiness advisors, and recommended courses – and more.

Interested in a specific area of business? We will also have student chairs from all of the Prebusiness clubs which include finance, marketing and sales, communications and advertising, and entrepreneurship. See below for more information on these club leaders and feel free to reach out to them with any questions you make have.

If that’s not enough to get you excited, there will also be FREE PIZZA! We hope to see you there!

HC ENTREPRENEURS GROUP (HCEG)
Reilly Bloom ’18, rcbloo18@g.holycross.edu
Matt Casale ’18, mpcasa18@g.holycross.edu (abroad)
Dimitri Savidis ’18, dsavid18@g.holycross.edu (abroad)

HC SALES GROUP
Clayton Krueger ’17, CDKRUE17@g.holycross.edu
Tom Cotter ’17, tcott17@g.holycross.edu

THE AGENCY
Caroline Keane ’17, cekean17@g.holycross.edu
Matthew Brown ’18, mpbrow18@g.holycross.edu
Casey Carty ’18, cacart18@g.holycross.edu (abroad)
Carter Mitchell ’19, csmitc19@g.holycross.edu 

THE FINANCE CLUB
Carson Marsh ’17, chmars17@g.holycross.edu
Michael Sixsmith ’17, mwsixs17@g.holycross.edu

Thanks to Sarah Slipek ’17, our Student Assistant, for her detailed description of this upcoming campus event. Like she said, hope to see you there! As always – check out the new COES instapage @HCPrebusiness – and watch for future student write-ups of Prebusiness events.
Cassie Gevry
Associate Director, Entrepreneurial Studies

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PREBUSINESS: Road to Success 4/18

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The COES Pre-Business Office will soon be hosting Prebusiness: Road To Success on Monday, April 18 at 5pm in Stein 188B, featuring Holy Cross senior panelists outlined below.  These seasoned seniors, along with those receiving the COES Professional Program Certificate of Readiness, will share their experiences and insights on all things from internships, interviews and job offers, COES workshops and the different events and clubs in which they participate. Psst! Free Pizza!

Here’s a snapshot preview of what our panelists have accomplished during their time on the hill.  Hope to see you there! 


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Richie Armstrong ‘16, an Economics major, spent a semester in the Washington D.C. Program last year, where he interned at International Business-Government Counselors. This past summer, Richie interned as a Summer Analyst at the Blackstone Group. He has taken an interest in finance and sales through his involvement in the various Prebusiness clubs, including the Sales Club. He also participates on campus as a senior interviewer, in SPUD,  and in the Holy Cross Outreach Program. This summer he will begin working full-time as a client support analyst with Eze Software.

   Marios Marios Dardas ‘16, a Computer Science major, spends much of his time immersing himself in new experiences and ideas. Last summer he interned at Harvard University working alongside ecologists, chemists, computer scientists and other researchers at its’ 3500 Acre research facility known as the Harvard Forest. At Holy Cross, he is actively involved in the Prebusiness program whether it be its’ workshops, seminars, clubs, or the usual visit to Professor Chu’s office. This summer he will begin working full-time with data scientists as a
Technical Analyst at JP Morgan Chase in NY.

mlashotoMaryAnn LaShoto ‘16, an English major, studied abroad last year at Trinity College in Dublin. She returned from Ireland to an internship at Boston Globe Media, where she worked as a Business Communications/Community Relations Intern. At Holy Cross, she acts as Senior Chair of the Agency (Marketing/Communications Club) and as a planning committee member of the Women in Business Conference, along with Sydney.

medinaJake Medina ‘16, an Economics major with a Peace and Conflict Studies minor, interned last summer at J.P. Morgan as an Investment Banking Analyst in New York. At Holy Cross he is Senior Chair of the Finance Club. Jake also participated in this year’s Shark Tank Competition, pitching his company as Co-Founder and President of Student Empowerment Program, and walked away with 2nd place. With the winnings, he continues to expand the non-profit start-up.

sydneySydney-Zeferina Pugliares ‘16, an English major and Italian minor, spent her junior year abroad in Florence, and returned last summer to intern at Victoria’s Secret in the Merchandising department. At Holy Cross, she is involved in the Prebusiness program as the Senior Chair of the Holy Cross Entrepreneurs Group (HCEG) and as a Student Assistant in the office. She also works with MaryAnn on the Women in Business Conference planning committee.

 

Photo Booth Fun: Women in Business Celebrates 10th Anniversary!

Over 200 alumnae and students celebrated the tenth anniversary of the annual Women in Business conference at the College of the Holy Cross this past Saturday, November 7, 2015.  Aimee Bell ’88, keynote and Deputy Editor of Vanity Fair magazine, spoke to the theme of “Major in Anything – Succeed in Business: Creating Your Platform for Success.”

Read more on the event from the review by the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.

Now to the fun stuff… and ladies – you are photogenic!

 

 

Thanks to our student photographers, Colleen Paddock ’16 & Erin Cunningham ’16, for making the photo booth possible! Great shots! Looking forward, save the date for next year: Saturday, November 5, 2016.

Cassie Gevry
Associate Director, Entrepreneurial Studies

Ninth Annual Women in Business Conference

WIB_2014On November 1, 2014, just under 200 alumnae and students attended the 9th annual Women in Business Conference. This year, Keynote Speaker Anne Fink ’85, COO of PepsiCo North America, talked about “Longevity in the Workplace: The Pursuit of Self Discovery.” This year’s Student Organizers were Patricia Feraud ’15, Brooke Levine ’15, Alexandra Schiffman ’15, Lauren Campson ’16, MaryAnn LaShota ’16, Sydney Pugliares ’16, Lauren Biolsi ’17, and Caroline Keane ’17.

Check out what the Student Organizers for this year’s Women in Business conference have to say about the 2014 WIB event on the HOLY CROSS blog – and browse the photo gallery!