It has always been a primary objective to work alongside our school partners and help them provide the highest level of career services to their students.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) April 14, 2010
The Career and Professional Development Office (CPD) of Harvard Business School (HBS) has moved all of its computerized recruiting management to MBA Focus, a global technology company that attracts top companies worldwide.
MBA Focus now hosts and manages all HBS MBA recruiting functionality. With the help of the MBA Focus Global Talent Systems (GTS) technology platform, CPD places its MBA students in front of an elite network of employers.
Having worked with MBA Focus since 2003, HBS Career and Professional Development Office has entrusted MBA Focus to securely host its candidate data and manage its career services needs.
“It has always been a primary objective to work alongside our school partners and help them provide the highest level of career services to their students,” said MBA Focus vice president of school relations Heather Krumpak.
The GTS platform performs an impressive list of technology functions including valuable employment reporting.
MBA Focus partners with Fortune 500 companies and brings those recruiters straight to the schools through Global Focus, the company’s proprietary network of more than 61,000 part-time, full-time and executive MBA students and alumni. These corporate partners search the Global Focus database for resumes to fill positions in North America, Europe and Asia.
Based in Columbus, Ohio, the company (http://www.mbafocus.com) provides advanced recruitment technology to the world’s top-ranked business schools in North America, Europe and Asia. These schools work with MBA Focus for their on-line resume books, job boards and office automation needs. MBA Focus has created a network of elite MBA students and alumni for employers to access. Today the network includes more than 61,000 part-time, full-time and executive MBA students and alumni. MBA programs using the GTS platform include: Boston College, Carroll School of Management; The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business; Columbia University, Columbia Business School; Cornell University, The Johnson School; Emory University, Goizueta Business School; Indiana University, Kelley School of Business; Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management; Rice University, Jones Graduate School of Management; MIT, Sloan School of Management; Stanford University, Graduate School of Business; UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business; UC Irvine, Paul Merage School of Business; UCLA, Anderson School of Management; USC, Marshall School of Business.
jtranter (at) trantercommunications (dot) com
614.445.0888 (office); 614.581.0979 (cell)
Vice President School Relations
hkrumpak (at) mbafocus (dot) com