September 26, 2016

Cameron-Brooks Podcast Episode 9: The Importance of Being Yourself, Growing Where You’re Planted, and Asking for Help

In this episode of the Cameron-Brooks podcast, Ryan Nungesser shares his unique perspective on making the transition from Marine Corps Captain to a career with Boston Scientific. Ryan has been working with Boston Scientific since 2009 and has risen to the role of Production Director, a role in which he leads over 500 people, positively impacting … Continue reading “Cameron-Brooks Podcast Episode 9: The Importance of Being Yourself, Growing Where You’re Planted, and Asking for Help”

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September 20, 2016

Relationships Matter

I wrote a blog post a few years ago focused on building a professional network, which you can read here. Recently, I read a Harvard Business Review article entitled Great Leaders Embrace Office Politics by Michael Chang Wenderoth and wanted to revisit the topic. The article immediately grabbed my attention because when I think of the … Continue reading “Relationships Matter”

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September 14, 2016

Cameron-Brooks Podcast Episode 8: From USMA to Infantry Officer to Iraq to Senior VP of Supply Chain in Switzerland

In this episode, Steve Joachim, USMA '97, Iraq War Veteran and Cameron-Brooks Alumnus talks about how he created a patent with other engineers on a surgical device that cuts through bone, helped turn around a declining medical device company, and rose to the Senior Vice President of Supply Chain for an $800+ million medical device … Continue reading "Cameron-Brooks Podcast Episode 8: From USMA to Infantry Officer to Iraq to Senior VP of Supply Chain in Switzerland" Read More
September 8, 2016

The August Career Conference Update

The August Career Conference has concluded but we are still busy with the follow-up process with candidates traveling across the country conducting their follow-up interviews.  These are interviews taking place on site with companies at the location where they may be working.  As of this blog post, several candidates have accepted offers while the majority … Continue reading “The August Career Conference Update”

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September 1, 2016

The Dangling Carrot

I was on a recent recruiting trip meeting with candidates in our program and interviewing potential new candidates.  During the course of several conversations, I asked the candidate where they were in their decision process to transition from the military and I’d get a plethora of answers to include being on the fence, leaning towards … Continue reading “The Dangling Carrot”

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