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BY Joel Junker

Sampling of Where April Candidates are Launching Business Careers

The actual Cameron-Brooks April Career Conference concluded April 5th , but over the last 3 weeks (18 working days) the candidates conducted follow up interviews, on site, with companies.  As of today, well over 80% of the candidates have accepted offers from companies who attended the Conference, and several more will make decisions this week.  Below is sample list of candidate backgrounds and the positions, companies and locations they accepted, where they will launch their new careers!

Launching New Career
Launching New Career

Marine Corps Field Artillery, USNA ’09 Mechanical Engineer: Senior Associate with a consulting firm that provides services to 418 companies on the FORTUNE Global 500 list, Washington DC.

Air Force Logistics Readiness, BA History/MBA:  General Management Development Program with one of the largest privately held companies in the Americas with 360+ retail locations in the US and revenues over $26 billion, Lexington, SC.

Army Aviation, BA Business Management, Client Operations Supervisor with a 140+ year old law firm with revenues of approximately $1 billion, New York City.

Marine Corps Armor, BA Accounting/Masters Public Admin:  Project Manager/Business Analyst with a company that provides express shipping to 220 countries and territories throughout the world, Memphis, TN.

Air Force Tactical Air Control, USAFA Civil Engineer: Production Section Leader with a company that is the global strategic supplier of highly engineered microporous membrane separators to lithium ion battery market, Concord, NC.

Army Infantry, USMA ’11 Mechanical Engineer:  Senior Associate with a consulting firm that provides services to 418 companies on the FORTUNE Global 500 list, Charlotte, NC.

Navy Naval Flight Officer, BS Finance: Associate, Global Insights and Analytics for one of the world’s leading manufacturers of household cleaning, home storage, air care and more, Mount Pleasant, WI.

Army Signal, BSBA Marketing:  IT Program Manager for a global food company with $8 billion in revenues, Philadelphia, PA area.

AF Acquisitions, BA Administrations/MS Project Management: Sales Consultant for a leading medical device company focused restorative therapies for the spine, California.

Navy Surface Warfare, BS Civil Engineer: Senior Project Manager for the largest vertically integrated construction materials company in the US, Hartford, CT.

Army Field Artillery, BA Political Science: Account Executive for a top global IT company providing consulting services in the areas of cloud, mobile, big data and analytics and more, Plano, TX.

Navy Surface Warfare Officer, USNA ’05 American Politics and Law: Marketing Communication Manager for a leading global chemical company providing catalyst solutions and performance chemicals, Charlotte, NC.

Navy Helicopter Pilot, USNA ’04 Mechanical Engineer/MS Systems Engineering: Manufacturing Engineer for the world’s leading provider of products and services for people with chronic kidney failure, Concord, CA.

Your next question is likely, what compensation packages did they receive?  Great question.  The compensation packages in most cases include base salary, performance bonus eligibility, healthcare for the employee and family, retirement plans and more.  The complete package depends on the candidate’s credentials, how well he or she interviews, cost of living and several other factors.  More details and specific compensations are addressed in a recorded webcast in our Learning Library.  Click on this link if you are a registered user of our Resource Center.  If you are not, go create a profile in our Resource Center.  Once you create a profile, you will then have access to the Learning Library.  Choose the folder “Webcasts: Transition Perspectives” and then choose the Webcast titled “Compensation Discussion”.

Joel Junker