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Leading Through Innovation

The Berkeley MBA


2008 - 2009 Recruiting Guide

Leadership Begins at Haas

Welcome to MBA Recruiting at UC Berkeley


Dear Employer:
Thank you for your interest in Berkeley MBAs. In hiring our MBAs, youll be tapping the resources of an internationally recognized general management program. Youll also find that our students excel in specialties including entrepreneurship, finance, management, nonprofit, international business, and marketing. In addition, by partnering with Haas, youll have access to: Our highly experienced recruiting team, who can help you develop a successful hiring plan that suits your needs and your budget. Our team of knowledgeable and innovative account managers can consult with you on the best approach for your organization and provide you with a range of visibility and hiring options. A full range of student profiles. In addition to our highly selective full-time MBA program, we can satisfy your just-in-time recruiting needs by providing you access to part-time MBAs, who have deeper industry experience and are available for immediate hire, as well as to our distinguished MBA alumni. The services of our students via the Haas@Work program. Through this experiential learning program, teams of MBA students can work with your organization on developing and implementing solutions to your most challenging strategic problems.

Contents
The Berkeley Advantage Building Your Brand Recruiting Options On-campus Recruiting Recruiting Guidelines Employment Report Recent Recruiters Helpful Tips Getting Here 2 4 6 8 10 12 15 16 17

We know that youll find that our students have the mindset and confidence to hit the ground running and contribute to your organizations success. Sincerely, Lisa Feldman
Director of Recruiting MBA Career Services

L E A D I N G T H R O U G H I N N O VAT I O N

Profile of Full-time MBA Class of 2009


Applications Received Enrolled Students Women Minority Students* International Students Countries Represented Median Age at Enrollment Age Range 3,276 239 31% 34% 39% 34 28 23-40

The Berkeley Advantage


Full-time MBA program
Leading Through Innovation is a mindset that Berkeley MBAs develop and perfect during their time at Haas. It's a way of thinking and a set of skills that our graduates will apply to their organizations far into their professional careers. Berkeley MBAs discover how to seize opportunities, challenge conventional wisdom, and lead with creativity. The entire Haas School culture is about fresh thinking and new ideas. This is Berkeley, after all.
In addition to acquiring an education anchored in the fundamentals of management, as well as the latest theories and best practices in business, Berkeley MBAs are able to leverage the strengths of one of the truly great universities of the world UC Berkeley as well as our deep connections to San Francisco and Silicon Valley hubs of finance, discovery and development. When combined with the collaborative, team-based culture of our programs, Haas produces graduates who possess confidence without attitude and are ready to make immediate impacts on the organizations that they join. In addition to a superb general management curriculum, the Haas School has numerous top-ranked specialties and concurrent degree and certificate programs that allow our students to develop in-depth knowledge and stay on the cutting-edge of new business theories and applications. Top-ranked specialties include Entrepreneurship, Finance, Global Management, Health Care, Marketing, Nonprofit & Public Management, Social Responsibility, Technology, and Real Estate. Students looking to specialize can earn certificates in Entrepreneurship, Management of Technology, Global Management, Real Estate, or Health Management upon the completion of a designated number of courses and special projects. The Haas School also offers three concurrent degree programs a JD/MBA, an MBA/MA in International and Area Studies, and an MBA/MPH in Health Management.

Median Years of PostUniversity Work Experience 5 years Average GMAT Range of Middle 80% Average Undergraduate GPA Range of Middle 80% 710 660-760 3.57 3.25-3.83

Previous Degrees
Bachelors Masters Ph.D. Law 100% 19% 2% 1%

Selected Undergraduate Majors


Engineering Business Economics Social Sciences Computer Sciences Humanities Natural Sciences Other 26% 22% 19% 10% 8% 6% 5% 4%

Previous Industries
Consulting Financial Services High Technology/Electronics Consumer Products Banking Computer-Related Services Government Entertainment Medical Products/Devices Not-for-Profit Real Estate Telecommunications Accounting Aerospace Health Services Retail Other
Class of 2009 as of August 15, 2007
*Includes African-American, Hispanic-American, Native-American, Asian-American, East Indian/ Pakistani-American

22% 13% 12% 6% 5% 4% 4% 3% 3% 3% 3% 3% 2% 2% 2% 2% 11%

Profile of Evening-Weekend MBA Class of 2009


Applications Received Enrolled Students Women Minority Students* International Students Countries Represented Average Age at Enrollment Age Range Average Years of PostUniversity Work Experience Median GMAT Range of Middle 80% Median Undergraduate GPA Range of Middle 80% 697 243 24% 51% 16% 33 32 25-49 8 700 620-750 3.3 2.8-3.8

Evening & Weekend MBA Program


As the Bay Areas leading management program for working professionals, the Evening & Weekend MBA Program enables students to accelerate their career advancement by honing their business skills and acumen. This program features the identical comprehensive management curriculum and leading-edge courses as the Full-time MBA Program, taught by the same outstanding faculty. Evening & Weekend MBAs are able to apply rigorous classroom learning directly to the business environment on a daily basis, giving them a unique perspective on management theory and practice. Qualified students participate in summer intern recruiting during their second year and full-time employment recruiting during their final year. Students who accept an internship offer must leave their current organization before beginning the internship.

Previous Degrees
Bachelors Masters Ph.D. Law 56% 37% 6% 1%

Previous Job Functions


Engineering Marketing/Sales Research/Development Information Systems Project Management Consulting/Management Sciences Finance General Management Planning/Corporate Strategy Operations Other 21% 17% 16% 11% 7% 6% 6% 6% 2% 2% 6%

Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA Program


Merging the strengths of two top business schools, the BerkeleyColumbia Executive MBA Program offers on-campus instruction featuring the same rigorous curriculum and world-class faculties as our prestigious full-time program. Approximately 60 fast-tracked mid- to senior-level executives with an average of 12 years of work experience learn in a unique bicoastal environment with classes in Berkeley and New York. The result: graduates with a rigorous general management education that blends the fundamentals with the innovative.

Previous Industries
High Technology/Electronics Computer-Related Services Banking/Financial Services Consulting Telecommunications Consumer Products Entertainment Health Services Medical Products Not-for-Profit Pharmaceuticals Other 36% 16% 9% 5% 5% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 10%

Biotechnology/Pharmaceuticals 7%

Masters in Financial Engineering (MFE) Program


The MFE degree is a one-year graduate degree that fills an important industry need for professional training. Students learn to employ financial economics, mathematics, and computer modeling skills to make pricing, hedging, trading, risk management, project evaluation, and portfolio management decisions. With an enrollment of only 64 students, the Haas MFE Program encourages students to learn from each other and develops team players with strong analytical and interpersonal skills. For more information on recruiting MFE students, please contact either Linda Kreitzman (510-643-4329; lindak@haas.berkeley.edu) or Nicole Gehrmann (917-536-1017; nicoleg@haas.berkeley.edu).

Class of 2009 as of September 5, 2006


*Includes African-American, Hispanic-American, Native-American, Asian-American, East Indian/ Pakistani-American

THE KEY TO RECRUITING SUCCESS

Building Your Brand On Campus


There are many ways to build your companys presence on campus beyond traditional presentations, job fairs, and interviews. With your account managers guidance, you can select from
a wide range of options to develop your companys on-campus brand. Student Club Event Sponsorship Students join campus clubs based on their industry, job function, or geographic preferences. Clubs are an excellent way to identify students who meet your employment needs. A list of current club contacts is available online at www.haas.berkeley.edu/MBA/student. Firm Nights Firm Nights are an ideal way to reach a targeted audience. These networking events are organized by student clubs and are industry- or job function-specific.
Fall 2008
Consulting Marketing Real Estate

Spring 2009

Technology Net Impact Real Estate

Millicent Anglin MBA 08


Summer Internship:

Healthcare/Biotech Finance

Summer Associate Wells Fargo Real Estate Merchant Banking Group San Francisco, California
Previous degree:

BA, Economics and Computer Science NYU


Job prior to Haas:

Student Conferences Student-led conferences are major events at the Haas School. These events involve the business community as speakers and panelists on a variety of topics. Conference participants include MBA students, members of the business community, and Berkeley faculty, stuff, and alumni. Our major conferences include the Haas Diversity in Business Conference, the Business of Healthcare Conference, the >play Conference, the Asia Business Conference, the Women in Leadership Conference, the UC Berkeley Energy Symposium, the Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum, and the Global Social Venture Symposium. Site Visits Inviting students to your workplace provides an excellent introduction to your companys culture. Contact the appropriate club to arrange a visit. Guest Lectures and Industry Topic Courses Each year, students coordinate a number of industry-specific courses that require corporate participation to succeed. These classes cover cutting-edge business topics and help prepare students to work in those industries. Representatives from your company can lead a case, offer timely insight into a real business problem, or share current research. Workshops and Panels The job market moves rapidly, and an industry perspective is essential to keeping our students abreast of changing trends. Participating in a skills workshop or career panel is a great way to build your companys campus presence while helping to develop tomorrows leaders.

Asset Manager National Equity Fund New York, New York

If you put her life on a spreadsheet, Millicent Anglin admits that she is running a deficit in the free time column. But thats just fine with her. Anglin is co-president of the Black Business Students Association and focuses her extracurricular efforts on giving back to the Haas community, particularly in the area of diversity. I want to increase the number of students from diverse backgrounds and am active in a variety of outreach events, including the Diversity Conference and the Admit Weekends. These are great opportunities to engage people and use my time in ways that are most important to me and have the most impact on the school. Haas and its resources have already had a direct impact on Anglin. She credits the Chetkovich Career Center, on-campus interviews, and the Accelerating Careers in Real Estate (ACRE) program for expanding her exposure to Bay Area real estate professionals. The Berkeley Real Estate Club and the San Francisco chapter of the Urban Land Institute also opened doors and shined a light on the practical side of real estate.

Become a Corporate Sponsor As a Corporate Sponsor, your firm can choose from a range of activities that go beyond typical recruiting events to not only strengthen its campus brand but also connect with Haas faculty, staff, and alumni. Annual events such as the Haaski Charity Golf Tournament, the Haas Gala in San Francisco, or the Alumni Celebration in Menlo Park are superb, high visibility networking events. Or, you can get a jump on recruiting and meet our newly admitted students by sponsoring Orientation Week or one of our workshops focusing on diversity and womens issues. For more information on how your company can raise its profile at Haas, contact your account manager or Megan Glasson, Associate Director of Corporate Relations (510.643.4869; glasson@haas. berkeley.edu). Sponsor a Consumption Function Consumption Functions are student-organized and -hosted Haas school gatherings on Friday afternoons. Sponsorship of a Consumption Function provides your company with an outstanding opportunity to reach the entire class in a relaxed and informal setting. For more information, contact your account manager or the appropriate club representative.

Deloitte Consulting is one of the top recruiters of Haas graduates. Recent recruits included (from left to right) Adit Mane, Kurt Kolinski, Virali Gokaldas, Sree Chalasani, Shalini Bhatia, and Rajiv Vaidyanathan, all MBA 07.

Haas in the Rankings


US News & World Report 2007 MBA rankings:
#8 Full-time MBA Program #5 Evening & Weekend MBA Program Top-ten specialty rankings : Entrepreneurship Finance International Management Marketing Nonprofit

Get Your Haas Alumni Involved


Leveraging the Haas graduates within your firm is one of the most effective ways to strengthen the ties between your company and campus. To help you identify your Berkeley MBAs, we can provide you with a list of graduates who currently list your company as their employer. Alumni Industry Panels Alumni industry panels provide an intimate setting for Haas graduates and current students to share their insight and experiences. Summer Receptions For full-time hiring, holding a reception during the summer before a students final year is often a nice way to meet our students before they begin fall on-campus recruiting. Your account manager can help you reach out to students who are interning near your offices. Use Your Intern Your most valuable on-campus recruiting representatives can be students who completed summer internships with your organization. Be sure to work with them to increase your visibility with students.

The Wall Street Journal 2007 MBA rankings:


#2 Full-time MBA Program

Top-ten specialty rankings:


Corporate Responsibility Entrepreneurship Information Technology International Business Management Consulting Producing the most creative and innovative leaders Recruiting minorities Recruiting women Students with high ethical standards Tech/Telecom/Internet

Promoting your Events


We can list your recruiting activities in CareerNet, our student intranet, where students can read about your company and sign up for your activities. Your account manager can help you further promote your event or opportunity to our target specific populations.

BusinessWeek 2006 MBA rankings:


#8 Full-time MBA Program

O N - C A M P U S , O F F - C A M P U S , A N D E X P E R I E N C E D - H I R E R E C R U I T I N G AT H A A S

Recruiting Options to Fit Your Needs


The Haas School offers a variety of ways for interested companies to recruit our students. The following are just a sample of
the recruiting opportunities available to you. Working with your account manager, you can discover which of these options or combination of options meets your organizations needs and provides you with the best ROI. On-Campus Interviews Conducting interviews on campus is the most efficient and convenient way to meet Haas students. Our staff will help you with all of your logistical tasks and will provide on-campus parking permits, morning pastries and coffee, and lunch. Contacting Students Directly To help you reach students directly, Haas publishes the resumes of its firstand second-year MBA students annually. To arrange for access, visit http://www.haas.berkeley.edu/careercenter/haas_mba_resume_books.html. Company-Specific Resume Collections Let the Haas recruiting team handle the logistics of collecting resumes of students interested in pursuing a career with your company. Even if you choose not to interview on campus, using this option can be a cost-effective method of identifying interested and qualified candidates. Well publicize your available positions, collect via CareerNet, our password-protected intranet, and make them available to you via our website. Posting Jobs If you have specific positions available in your company at any time during the year, we invite you to post job descriptions at no cost on CareerNet for viewing by the Haas community. We can post immediate hire, post-graduate positions, summer internships, and part-time jobs. Posting is easy just visit recruit.haas.berkeley.edu or contact your account manager. Career Fairs On-campus early evening Career Fairs are efficient and cost-effective ways to meet face-to-face with our students from both the Full-time and Evening & Weekend MBA programs, as well as with alumni. We host Career Fairs during both the fall and spring semesters. Experienced Hiring We are happy to help you staff your positions that require more industry experience than our average MBAs. Our 900 part-time MBA students have deep industry experience and are reachable through our CareerNet jobs board. We also have a new Berkeley MBA Experienced Hire Resume Database, containing both current Evening & Weekend MBA students and Berkeley MBA alumni for those looking for prospective hires with even more extensive work histories. Our alumni have a wide range of experience and skills and are located all over the world. To post jobs directly to them go to www.haas.berkeley.edu/alumni.

Clifford Dank MBA 08


Associate Monitor Boston, Massachusetts
Summer internship:

Summer Associate Monitor Boston, Massachusetts


Previous degree:

BA, English Johns Hopkins University


Job prior to Haas:

International Trader First New York Securities New York, New York

During his time at Haas, Dank has actively sought out any experience with the word leadership attached to it implicitly or explicitly. He found no shortage of opportunities: He served as the MBA Association president and co-founded the Leadership Club. He also worked as a graduate student instructor in the Leadership and Leadership Communications classes. Students should know from their first day here that questioning and challenging the status quo is how Haas does business, says Dank. Sustaining any cultural movement in a place with as transient a population as a business school is tough. What Haas is doing is creating a culture among not just the students, but also among the faculty and administration that recognizes and rewards innovation year after year. That is leadership.

The Haas Recruiting Team


Lisa Feldman
Director of MBA Recruiting & Account Manager representing: Healthcare/ Biotech, Manufacturing, Real Estate 510-643-4212 lfeldman@haas.berkeley.edu

An Excellent Return on Your Investment


International Students at Haas Rich Wong
Associate Director, Account Manager representing: Technology, Entertainment/New Media, Government/ Public Sector, Nonprofit 510-643-4211 rwong@haas.berkeley.edu International students from 34 countries comprise almost one-third of the full-time MBA class at Haas. These students bring outstanding work experience, academic accomplishment, multilingual abilities, cross-cultural insight, and keen business skills that produce results across cultures. Your candidate pool will have that much more depth by including these students in your interview schedules. The vast majority of our international students study while on an F-1 visa. These students can accept summer internships regardless of citizenship through the campus curricular practical training (CPT) program, a credit-bearing elective course. Work permission is handled by officials on the Berkeley campus, so companies and organizations can offer summer internships to international students without limitations. Upon graduation, F-1 international students can work in the US for up to 12 months, depending on the length of their prior internship. During this time, these students, in partnership with their sponsoring employer, can apply for an H1-B visa, which authorizes the student to work in the US for an initial period of three years, with a possible extension of three more years. Many Berkeley MBAs US and international students alike are interested in international careers. Last year 12.3% of the class of 07 accepted full-time opportunities outside of the United States, while 13.3% of the class of 08 took overseas internships. Berkeley MBAs are business leaders around the globe. With students who have worked in all corners of the world in a wide variety of industries and functions, we encourage our recruiting partners to post positions from all of their global offices at Haas.

Jenn Bridge
Account Manager representing: Consulting, Consumer Products/Retail 510-643-4388 jennb@haas.berkeley.edu

Nicole Gehrmann
Account Manager representing: Energy, Financial Services 917-536-1017 nicoleg@haas.berkeley.edu

Jocelyn Newman
Recruiting Coordinator 510-643-0344 newman@haas.berkeley.edu

Betsy Worth
Account Coordinator 510-643-2024 bworth@haas.berkeley.edu

Debra Underwood
Accelerating Careers in Real Estate (ACRE) Program Manager 510-643-4359 underwood@haas.berkeley. edu

Abby Scott
Executive Director, MBA Career Services 510-643-4520 abby@haas.berkeley.edu

FIVE STEPS TO RECRUITING SUCCESS

On-Campus Recruiting
Each year, approximately 75% of our full-time MBA student body takes part in on-campus recruiting. By following these steps,
your company can select and interview the best candidates in an efficient and economical manner.

Scheduling Your On-Campus Interviews

Please contact your account manager to schedule your interview dates, keeping the following information in mind:

Position Title and Description Firms that provide detailed information about the available positions, as well as some information about the company and division, consistently receive the most vigorous response from students. Type of Schedule Invite Only: Pre-select all of your interviewees based on a resume drop or other means.
Bid Only: Students bid for the opportunity to be interviewed by you. Mixed: (Recommended) Pre-select some of your candidates and allow interested students to bid for the remaining slots. This ensures a balanced mix of students whose backgrounds fit your needs, as well as students who are very interested in the company. Rotating: Can be invite-only, bid-only, or mixed. Allows two interviewers to see a single candidate in back-to-back interviews.
The Berkeley MBA Program is one of Googles targeted programs, and events such as the Google Tech Trek help the company recruit top talent. Recent recruits include (from left to right) Diana Adair, MBA 06; Marc Lefkowitz, MBA 07; Kihyun Jung, MBA 06; and Dai Pham, MBA 07.

Length of Interviews Generally, firms choose to conduct 30-minute interviews (12 students per schedule) or 45-minute interviews (8 students per schedule). However, we are happy to amend the standard template to your specific needs.

Populating Your Schedule: Resume Drops and Invite Lists Top Hiring Companies
Full-time Employment and Summer Internships Combined
Adobe Systems Amazon Bain & Company Boston Consulting Group Credit Suisse Deloitte eBay Genentech Google IBM Johnson & Johnson Lehman Brothers McKinsey & Company Yahoo! Wells Fargo ZS Associates

If you choose to conduct invite-only or mixed schedules, we will manage a company-specific resume drop approximately one month prior to your interview date. You will be notified by e-mail when your resumes are available to view online. We also recommend that you order a complete Student Resume Book set. This is an excellent tool for proactively identifying interview candidates and can be ordered online at http://www.haas.berkeley.edu/careercenter/haas_mba_resume_books.html. Two weeks prior to your visit, you may select your interview candidates online. We will invite and schedule the students for you. For schedules with open slots, we will conduct the bid process and award slots to the highest bidders.

Brooke Golden MBA 08


Previous degree:

Consumer Marketing Manager Clif Bar & Co. Berkeley, California BA, Spanish and Portuguese University of Minnesota
Job prior to Haas:

Coming to Campus

Your final schedule, along with driving directions and logistical information, will be available online a few days before your interview date. Parking passes may be mailed to your interviewers with at least one weeks prior notice. Typically, interviews begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Haas Recruitment Center, room S330. On the day of the interviews, we suggest that you arrive at least 30 minutes before your first interview to park, acclimate yourself, and prepare for the day. Upon arrival, you will be provided with a packet of information including your updated schedule and resumes of the students that you will meet. We provide morning coffee and pastries as well as lunch.

International Trader First New York Securities New York, New York

Final Rounds, Follow Up, and Feedback

Since firms have varying timetables for advanced interviews, we ask that you keep students apprised of their status throughout your hiring process. Students greatly appreciate open communication, regardless of the final outcome of their candidacy. We also ask that after your interviews, please be sure to complete the recruiters survey, which provides us with valuable feedback that helps us meet your needs.

Within weeks of beginning her Berkeley Evening & Weekend MBA Program studies, Brooke Golden launched a new career with Clif Bar. For Golden, the synergy was ideal. She was building her business skills while beginning work with a highly successful consumer products company. And, she was studying at Haas, a school she was drawn to for its work in corporate social responsibility, while working at a company she admired for socially responsible business practices. By challenging us to think outside our comfort zones, the Haas curriculum and learning environment foster creativity and innovation. says Golden. She has also found the insights and camaraderie of her fellow students exceptionally valuable. There is nothing like sharing this experience with 60 fellow cohort members, she says. Working in teams with people who have such different perspectives, communication styles, and professional experience is tremendously helpful for problem solving and has made me a better listener, mediator, and leader.

The Offer

Accepting an offer is the culmination of a students time at Haas. It is an important decision that requires the time to ensure that it is right for both the student and your firm. For more information on our policies regarding offers, please see the Recruiting Guidelines section, page 10.

Recruiting Guidelines
The Haas recruitment team strives to make the MBA recruiting process as successful as possible for both our students and recruiting partners.
We hold our students to the highest standards of professionalism. Policies are in place to insure that students respect your time and effort. Behavior such as failing to attend an interview with sufficient prior notification, or, most seriously, reneging on an accepted offer carry various repercussions, up to and including loss of recruiting privileges. In turn, we ask you to respect the following guidelines when recruiting our students. This is a student-initiated policy and is provided as a guideline to our recruiting contacts. Though students are free to agree among themselves not to disclose grades, the nondisclosure policy is not an official policy of the Haas School of Business. The administration and faculty believe that grades are an important source of information for employers about potential employees.

5. Offer Consideration and Acceptance


Because of the importance that recruiters, students, and the Haas recruitment team place on accepting an offer, we strongly recommend that firms provide sufficient time for a student to consider an offer. Students who have received a full-time offer should be allowed until December 12, 2008, or at least fifteen business days from the date of the offer, whichever comes later, to respond. Students who have received an internship offer should be allowed until March 13, 2009, or at least five business days from the date of the offer, whichever comes later, to respond. Because we know that your plans depend on student acceptance of offers, we coach and encourage students to respond to offers promptly and, if possible, prior to these dates.

3. First-Round Interview Schedules


We do not condone students missing class in order to attend an interview, and we allow students to swap interview times prior to finalizing your schedule in order to accommodate their academic work. Recruiter changes to a schedule after it has been published can result in a conflict with a class time for a candidate and can impact a students academic work. Hence, we ask that you make every effort not to change your schedule after it becomes final. In the event that you need to change your schedule at the last minute, we ask that you be flexible with our students and give them the option to reschedule the interview with you at a later date.

1. Confidentiality
Students have consented to make their resumes available to companies and organizations through the various Haas resume books and resume drops. These are to be used solely for recruitment.

2. Student Grades Nondisclosure Policy


In order to foster a cooperative learning environment, the class of 2009 has adopted a non-disclosure policy with respect to their grades and academic honors earned during their MBA program. The policy calls for students not to verbally or in any other way disclose Haas grades during the first round of the on-campus recruiting process.

6. Negative Offer Terms and Actions


Negative offer terms, such as exploding offers, requiring students to respond to verbal (not written) offers, changes to offer terms, delays in employment start dates, changes in position roles and responsibilities, or rescinding an offer, can do great harm to a firms credibility at Haas and impact future recruiting. If you find yourself faced with such a situation or have any questions regarding this, please contact your account manager immediately.

4. Second-Round Interview Schedules


We ask that recruiters make every attempt to provide students with sufficient notice of the timing of second-round interviews. We appreciate your making every attempt to avoid scheduling conflicts with students academic responsibilities and recommend that you offer at least one alternate date for secondround or on-site interviews. Please notify your account manager of your proposed call-back schedule as early as possible so that we can help you manage potential conflicts.

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Academic Calendar
Fall Semester 2008 Orientation First Day of Classes Labor Day Holiday Veterans Day Holiday Thanksgiving Holiday Final Examinations Aug 18-23 Aug 27 Sep 1 Nov 11 Nov 27-28 Dec 13-20 Spring Semester 2009 Martin Luther King Holiday Jan 19 First Day of Classes Presidents Day Holiday Spring Recess Cesar Chavez Holiday Final Examinations Jan 20 Feb 16 Mar 23-27 Mar 27 May 14-21

Berkeley MBA Fall 2008 Recruiting Calendar


Interview Week Presentation Dates combined for both full-time and internship opportunities Sep 8 - 19 Sep 15 - 26 Sep 22 - Oct 3 Sep 29 - Oct 10 Oct 6 - 17 Oct 13 -24 Job Description Due (Wed) Students Resume Drop (Mon, 11pm) Resumes Available to Recruiters Online (Wed, Noon) Finalized Invite Lists Due (Wed, COB) Student Accept/ Decline/Bid Deadline (Mon, Noon) Schedule Available Online (Mon, 2pm) Oct 6 Oct 13 Oct 20 Oct 27 Nov 3 Nov 10

1 2 3 4 5 6

Oct 13 - 17 Oct 20 - 24 Oct 27 - 31 Nov 3 - 7


Nov 10 - 14 (not 12th)

Aug 20 Aug 20 Aug 20 Sep 15 Sep 15 Sep 15

Sep 22 Sep 29 Oct 6 Oct 13 Oct 20 Oct 27

Sep 24 Oct 1 Oct 8 Oct 15 Oct 22 Oct 29

Oct 1 Oct 8 Oct 15 Oct 22 Oct 29 Nov 5

Nov 17 - 21

**All schedules become final at noon Pacific Time two business days before the interview date.

Berkeley MBA Spring 2009 Recruiting Calendar


Interview Week Presentation Dates for companies recruiting only in spring Job Description Due (Wed) Students' Resume Drop (Mon, 11pm) Resumes Available to Recruiters Online (Wed, Noon) Finalized Invite Lists Due (Wed, COB) Student Accept/ Decline/Bid Deadline (Mon, Noon) Schedule Available Online (Mon, 2pm)
Jan 20 (Tue)

1 2 3 4 5 6

Jan 26 - 30 Feb 2 - 6 Feb 9 - 13 Feb 17 - 20 (not 16th) Feb 23-27 Mar 2-6

Nov/Dec Nov/Dec Nov/Dec Nov/Dec Jan 22-30 Jan 22-Feb 6

Nov 12 Nov 12 Dec 10 Dec 10 Jan 14 Jan 14

Jan 5 Jan 12 Jan 20 (Tue) Jan 26 Feb 2 Feb 9

Jan 7) Jan 14 Jan 22 (Thu) Jan 28 Feb 4 Feb 11

Jan 14

Jan 21 Jan 28 Feb 4 Feb 11 Feb 18

Jan 26 Feb 2 Feb 9 Feb 17 (Tue) Feb 23

**All schedules become final at noon Pacific Time two business days before the interview date.

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Employment Report
Primary Sources of Accepted Jobs

MBA Class of 2007 Full-time Employment


Annual Salary by Industry
Industry Bio/Pharma/Health/Med Devices Biotech/Pharma Healthcare Services Medical Devices Consulting CPG/Retail % 5.2% 0.9% 1.4% 2.9% 17.5% 6.6% 5.7% 0.9% 4.7% 1.9% 0.9% 1.9% 3.8% 2.4% 0.9% 0.5% 23.1% 3.2% 1.9% 9.0% 6.1% 0.5% 2.4% 2.8% 1.4% 0.5% 0.9% 6.6% 1.9% 4.7% 28.3% 1.4% 2.4% 1.9% 12.2% 0.5% 7.1% 2.8% 0.9% 0.5% 100.0% Mean Salary $105,001 n/a $ 116,000 $ 99,402 $112,264 $ 87,264 n/a $ 87,211 $ 68,677 $ 66,667 n/a $ 70,667 $100,503 $ 103,604 n/a n/a $ 99,325 $ 95,000 $ 105,000 $ 94,588 $ 97,500 n/a $ 117,000 $ 93,500 $ 91,667 n/a $ 93,500 $103,286 $ 101,250 $ 104,100 $103,941 $ 108,333 $ 89,360 $ 115,000 $ 100,495 n/a $ 115,000 $ 93,000 n/a n/a $101,859 Median Salary $100,000 n/a $ 125,000 $ 100,000 $118,000 $ 90,000 n/a $ 90,000 $ 68,500 $ 65,000 n/a $ 71,000 $100,000 $ 100,000 n/a n/a $ 95,000 $ 95,000 $ 100,000 $ 95,000 $ 100,000 n/a $ 120,000 $ 92,500 $ 90,000 n/a $ 92,500 $107,500 $ 100,000 $ 107,500 $100,000 $ 110,000 $ 90,000 $ 112,500 $ 105,000 n/a $ 110,000 $ 95,000 n/a n/a $100,000 $ Mean Signing Average Total Bonus Other Comp* $ 20,286 n/a n/a $ 22,000 $ 22,439 $ 14,401 n/a $ 14,333 n/a n/a n/a n/a $ 26,750 $ 26,750 n/a n/a $ 29,633 $ 15,000 $ 15,000 $ 41,800 $ 27,000 n/a 9,250 $ 23,650 n/a n/a $ 28,000 $ 40,839 $ 12,375 n/a $ 13,429 n/a n/a n/a n/a $ 28,335 n/a n/a n/a $ 29,003 n/a n/a $ 13,473 $ 34,844 n/a $ 45,000 $ 18,263 $ 10,000 n/a $ 18,263 $ 77,925 $ 35,500 $ 96,107 $ 23,203 $ 10,000 $ 24,185 $ 44,167 $ 22,818 n/a $ 24,512 $ 10,063 n/a n/a $ 31,069

The data below show the sources of jobs as reported by students.

Haas-facilitated Activities 72.6% Graduate-facilitated Activities 25.1% Unknown 2.3%

Search Firm/ Employment Agency 0.9% Personal Off-campus Career Network 2.8% Fair 0.9% Summer Internship 2.8% Previous Employer 4.7% Off-campus Recruiting 12.3% Haas Career Forum 0.9% Haas Contact 6.1% Haas-sponsored, Off-campus Recruiting 8.5% On-campus Recruiting 25.0% Other 0.7% Unknown 2.3%

Consumer Products Retail Educ/Govt/Nonprofit Education Government Nonprofit Energy/Environment/Resources Energy/Petroleum/Utilities Environmental Services

Summer Internship 22.2%

Metals/Mining Financial Services Commercial Banking Diversified Fin. Serv. Inv. Banking/Brokerage

Haas Job Posting 9.9%

Investment/Portfolio Mgmt Private Equity Venture Capital Media/Entertainment

Total 100%

$ 12,450 $ 10,000 n/a $ 12,450 $ 14,444 $ 13,333 $ 15,000 $ 14,656 $ 18,333 $ 11,533 $ 8,333

Class of 2007 Full-time Positions by Region


Location United States % 87.7%

Advertising/Marketing Services Leisure/Entertainment Media/Publishing Real Estate Development Finance Technology Diversified High Tech Electronics Hardware Internet Semiconductors Software Telecommunications Widely Diversified Manufacturing Other GRAND TOTAL

West Northeast Pacific Northwest Midwest Middle Atlantic South Southwest


International

74.1% 4.2% 2.8% 2.8% 2.4% 0.9% 0.5%


12.3%

$ 13,575 n/a $ 16,583 $ 15,375 n/a n/a $ 20,272

Asia South America Europe Canada


Grand Total

7.5% 1.5% 2.8% 0.5%


100%

* Average Total Other Comp includes annual bonus, performance bonus, and other guaranteed compensation. N/A indicates less than 2% of students reporting.

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Annual Salary by Function


Function Description Consulting Finance General Management Marketing Other GRAND TOTAL % 18% 36% 18% 23% 5% 100% Mean Salary $ 112,348 $ 99,529 $ 104,497 $ 98,315 $ 90,000 $ 101,859 Median Salary $115,000 $ 98,400 $105,000 $ 100,000 $ 90,000 $ 100,000 Mean Signing Bonus $ 23,236 $ 24,369 $ 16,103 $ 16,063 $ 12,500 $ 20,272 Average Total Other Comp* $ 38,563 $ 35,571 $ 30,100 $ 18,508 $ 36,686 $ 31,069

*Average Total Other Comp includes annual bonus, performance bonus, and other guaranteed compensation.

Vandana Agarwal MBA 08


Marketing Manager Yahoo! Sunnyvale, California

Top Industries
Education/Govt/ Nonprofit 5% Technology 28% Real Estate 7% Consumer Products/ Retail 7%

Top Hiring Companies Full-time Employment


Abbott Laboratories Apple Bain & Company Bank of America Chevron Citi Deloitte Google McKinsey & Company Yahoo!

Summer internship:

Biotech/Pharma/ MedDevices/ Healthcare 5%

Associate Brand Manager Del Monte Foods San Francisco, California


Previous degree:

BA, Computer Science University of California, Berkeley


Job prior to Haas:

Senior Software Engineer Kana Software, Inc. Menlo Park, California

Consulting 18% Financial Services 23%

Company executives look at the world differently than other people. Haas@Work has given me the opportunity to understand how they think and to adapt my thinking and my presentations to deliver what they are looking for. Ive learned how important it is to prioritize your recommendations and always have support for any idea you present. Its exciting to know that something real will happen as a result of the work were doing in Haas@Work. Millions of people will see and experience the marketing strategy weve put together. We hope to have a true, positive impact on the companys bottom line.

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MBA Class of 2008 Internships


Monthly Salary by Industry
Industry % 10.2% 5.4% 4.4% 0.4% 11.9% 7.5% 3.1% 4.4% 4.4% 5.8% 19.9% 1.8% 2.2% 7.1% 4.4% 3.5% 0.9% 0.9% 5.3% 31.4% 0.4% 2.2% 10.6% 4.5% 10.6% 3.1% 0.9% 1.8% 100.0%

A Profile: 258 students


Women Minority International Median Work Experience 35% 36% 31% 5 years

Top Hiring Companies Summer Internships Abbott Laboratories Amazon.com Bain & Company Boston Consulting Group Chevron Genentech, Inc. Google SAP Salesforce.com Wells Fargo Bank

Mean Salary $ 6,472 $ 6,260 $ 7,250 n/a $ 8,689 $ 5,582 $ 5,260 $ 5,600 $ 2,040 $ 6,444 $ 6,248 $ 6,195 $ 6,747 $ 6,520 $ 6,861 $ 5,500 n/a n/a $ 6,292 $ 6,528 n/a $ 5,956 $ 6,640 $ 6,052 $ 6,758 $ 6,340 n/a n/a $ 6,475

Median Salary $ 6,400 $ 6,400 $ 7,500 n/a $ 10,000 $ 5,080 $ 5,080 $ 5,600 $ 2,400 $ 6,893 $ 6,420 $ 6,240 $ 7,035 $ 7,900 $ 7,959 $ 4,000 n/a n/a $ 7,000 $ 6,667 n/a $ 5,440 $ 6,800 $ 6,105 $ 6,917 $ 6,340 n/a n/a $ 6,591

Bio/Pharma/Health/MedDevices Biotech/Pharma Healthcare Services Medical Devices Consulting Consumer Products/Retail Consumer Products Retail Education/Government/Nonprofit Energy/Petroleum/Utilities Financial Services

Top Industries
Technology Financial Services Consulting Biotech/Pharma/ Health 31% 20% 12% 10%

Primary Sources of Accepted Internships

Commercial Banking Diversified Financial Services Investment Banking/Brokerage Investment/Portfolio Management

The data below show the sources of internships as reported by students.


Haas-facilitated Activities 79.1% Graduate-facilitated Activities 20.9%

Venture Capital/Private Equity Other Media/Entertainment Real Estate Technology

Search Firm/ Employment Agency 0.6% Off-campus Recruiting 18%

Previous Employer Off-campus Career Fair 0.6% 1.7%

Diversified High Tech Electronics Internet Semiconductors/Hardware Software

Haas Career Forum 1.1% Off-campus Recruiting 15.3%

Telecommunications On-campus Recruiting 42.4% Widely Diversified Services Other Industries GRAND TOTAL

Job Posting 20.3%

Monthly Salary by Function

Total 100%
Class of 2008 Summer Internships by Region
Location United States % 86.7%

Function Description Consulting Finance General Management Human Resources Marketing Operations Real Estate Other GRAND TOTAL

% 14% 22% 22% 1% 31% 2% 5% 3% 100.0%

Mean Salary $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 8,294 6,449 6,455 4,782 6,118 6,000 6,648 3,773

Median Salary $ 9,750 $ 6,934 $ 6,604 $ 4,650 $ 6,270 $ 6,000 $ 7,500 $ 3,000 $ 6,591

West Pacific Northwest Northeast Midwest Middle Atlantic South


International

74.7% 5.3% 3.6% 1.8% 0.9% 0.4%


13.3%

$ 6,475

Asia Europe South America Africa


Grand Total 14

6.2% 2.2% 3.1% 1.8%


100%

Recent Recruiters of Berkeley MBAs


Selected companies that either participated in on-campus recruiting and/or hired a Berkeley MBA during the recent school year
24 Hour Fitness A.T. Kearney Abbott Laboratories Abbott, Stringham & Lynch Accenture A-Connect Activision Acumen Fund Adobe Systems Agilent Technologies, Inc. AIG, Global Investment Group Alexander Group, Inc. Allied Irish Bank Alvarez & Marsal Amazon.com American Express Amgen Analysis Group Apax Partners, Inc. Apple Applied Biosystems (Applera) Archstone Consulting Archstone-Smith Trust Ariel Development AT&T Atom Entertainment Augmentum Corporation Autodesk, Inc. Aveda Babcock & Brown LP Baby Center Bain & Company Banco Itau S.A. Bank of America Barclays Capital Barclays Global Investors BEA Systems, Inc. Beacon Capital Partners, LLC BearingPoint, Inc. Belo Corporation Benetech Bertelsmann, Inc. Black Rock Realty Blackstone Medical Blue Shield of California Boston Consulting Group Boston Properties Boston Scientific Corp. Brandes Investment Partners BRE Properties Bridgespan Group Broad Center Brocade Communications Brog Properties Brown-Forman BTS Buongiorno Marketing Services, Inc. Burrill & Company California Environmental Associates California Pacific Medical Center CalPERS Cambridge Associates, LLC Campbell Alliance Capgemini Capital Group Companies Capital One Carmel Capital Management LLC CashView CB Richard Ellis / Trammell Crow Company Center for Community Self-Help Centerline Capital Group Charles Schwab Chartis Group, The Cherokee Investment Partners Chevron Corporation CIM Group Cisco Systems Citi Clipper Windpower, Inc. Clorox Company, The Cohen & Steers Continental Mills Cornerstone Research Corporate Executive Board Countrywide Financial Cowen and Company, LLC Credit Suisse Daewoo Securities., Ltd. Daiwa Securities Co. Ltd. Danger, Inc. David and Lucile Packard Foundation De Novo Ventures Del Monte Foods Deloitte & Touche LLP Deloitte Consulting Deutsche Bank Deutsche Post World Net Dimensional Fund Advisors Doosan Group Doppelganger Inc. DOW Chemical Company Draper Fisher Jurvetson Dunlap Equity Management, LLC E. & J. Gallo Winery eBay Inc. Echosign Education Pioneers, Inc. Education.com Endeavor Global, Inc. Equistone Partners, Inc. Ernst & Young LLP Farallon Capital Management Farmers Insurance Group Fast Search & Transfer FE Clean Energy Group Federal Bureau Of Investigation Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Fenwick & West Fidelity Investments Financial Technology Partners Focus Features Ford Motor Company Fortress Investment Group Foundation Strategy Group (FSG) Franklin Templeton Investments Friedman Billings Ramsey Group FSG Social Impact Advisors Gallup Organization Gap, Inc. Genentech, Inc. General Electric Company Georgetown University GIC Real Estate, Inc. Gilead Sciences, Inc. GMO Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy Goldman Sachs & Co. Good Capital, LLC Goodby Silverstein & Partners Google Government Accountability Office Great Schools Inc. GRID Alternatives Griffin Capital Grosvenor Harris Williams & Co. HCL Enterprise Helium Report Heller Ehrman LLP/Venture Law Group Hewlett Packard Hines Hix Rubenstein Companies, Inc. Houlihan Lokey HSBC Hyperion Therapeutics IB Partners Ltda. IBM Industry Ventures Infosys Technologies Ltd. ING Group Intel International Finance Corporation Intuit Jack Larson Jefferies & Company JibJab Media Inc. JNR Johnson & Johnson Johnson & Johnson / International Johnson & Johnson / LifeScan Johnson & Johnson / Neutrogena Joint Juice Inc Jones Lang Lasalle JP Morgan Kaiser Permanente Kaplan Higher Education Katzenbach Partners LLC Keystone Strategy KIPP Bay Area Foundation KLA-Tencor KPMG LLP LaSalle Investment Management Lazard LBA Realty LECG Legacy Partners Commercial, Inc. Legg Mason Lehman Brothers LEK Consulting Lenders for Community Development Leucadia Capital Partners Levi Strauss & Co. Lewis Operating Corp. LG Telecom Llenroc Capital Lowe Enterprise Investors Ludic Labs LVMH Macy's West Marcus and Millichap Co. MarketBridge Mattel, Inc. MBIA Insurance Corporation mBlox McCann Worldgroup McKesson McKinsey & Company Medtronic Mercer Management Consulting Merrill Lynch Merriman Curhan Ford & Co. Method Metropolitan West Asset Management Microsoft Corporation Mirae Asset Management MOG.com Monitor Company Morgan Stanley Motorola, Inc. National Agricultural Cooperative Federation National Park Service Nature's Cure Nearon Enterprises Nestle USA, Inc. NetService Ventures Group New City Capital NewStar Financial, Inc. Nomura Research Institute Nth Power NVIDIA Oakland Small Schools Foundation OC&C Strategy Consultants Onyx Pharmaceuticals Opus Capital Pacific Community Ventures Palo Alto Investors Panda Restaurants Group Papyrus PARSEK Systems, Inc. Partnership Capital Growth Advisors (PCGA) Passport Capital Patagonia PATH (Program for Appropriate Technology in Health) PayPal PBS PCB Piezotronics, Inc. PDL Biopharma Inc. Penumbra, Inc Pfizer PG&E Corporation Pinnacle Rock Associates Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath PlayFirst Point B Solutions Group Polymetal PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP Property & Portfolio Research, Inc. Prophet Prudential Capital Group QRM Qualcomm, Inc. Rambus RBC Capital Markets RealNetworks Recurrent Energy Red Bricks Media Red Octane (Activision) Redwood Trust, Inc. Reynolds & Brown Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program Roche Molecular Diagnostics Rockwood Capital LLC Rohm and Haas RPO Management Consultants RREEF Russell Reynolds Associates Rutberg & Company, LLC Safeway Salesforce.com Samsung Sandisk SAP Sares Regis Satmetrix Savvian Scale Venture Partners Schnitzer Northwest Sears Holdings Corporation Seven Hills Partners LLC Sidestep, Inc. Sierra Ventures Silver Spring Networks SK Holding Company SKS Investments Solaria Corporation Spring Ventures Standard & Poor's Stanford Hospital & Clinics State Planning Organization of Turkey Stockbridge Real Estate Funds Sun Microsystems Sungevity Inc. SunPower Sutter Health Swiss Reinsurance Company Syanptics, Inc. Symantec Taco Bell Corp. Tapatap TechnoServe Tefen USA Ltd. TerraPass Inc. ThinkEquity Partners Thomas Weisel Partners Group, Inc. Tishman Speyer T-Mobile USA Trianz Tropi Exports Trumark Companies Tuscan Group US Secret Service UBS UCSF Global Health Sciences Unilever URS Corporation US Cellular Venetian Resort VeriSign Visa VMware Wachovia Walden Asset Management Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Walt Disney Company Washington Mutual Water Capital Wellington Management Company, LLP Wells Fargo Bank Wente Vineyards William Blair & Company Williams-Sonoma, Inc. World Food Program WOW Yahoo! ZS Associates

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PLANNING YOUR VISIT TO BERKELEY

Helpful Tips for Recruiters


Choosing Your Corporate Representatives
Interviewers and presenters from functional areas who have been with the company for a while are ideal representatives. Students prefer to meet directly with hiring managers during the interview process. We especially encourage alumni participation, since their support and enthusiasm are valued by students and corporate staffing alike. More senior members of your leadership team can often be helpful in the later stages and for closing the deal.

Consolidate Your Recruiting Efforts


You may have several divisions of your company hiring MBAs. Designate one representative from your company as the Haas team lead to centralize your recruiting strategy across your firm. The more you combine efforts with other divisions, the more powerful your on-campus brand will be.

Job Descriptions
Let students pre-screen themselves by providing a detailed job description. Be sure to include information on job locations and work authorization requirements.

Include Bidders
A mixed interview schedule allows the employer to select a number of candidates and also for students to select employers through a bidding process. This way, companies have a mix of students whose backgrounds fit their needs, as well as the opportunity to meet students who show a very strong interest in the company.

Printed Materials
Be sure to bring business cards with you. If you have corporate literature or applications for the students to complete, you can send them to us in advance of your presentation or interviews.

Parking
Parking on the UC Berkeley campus can be difficult, even with a parking permit. Use public transportation, take a taxi or a car service, or a carpool with other recruiters from your company. You can find information on local transportation services on page 17 or contact us with further questions.

Watch the Clock


With a full day of interviews, its important to stay on schedule. Be aware of your (or your interviewers) style and needs, and choose from 30-, 45- or 60- minute interview slot options.

Communication
This is a vital part of your recruiting strategy. Students really appreciate hearing from a company soon after their first interview, even if they have not made it to the next interview round. Let them know at the interview what your follow-up process and time frame will be. It not only provides a good impression with the student, but also enhances the companys reputation with the student body.

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Getting Here from There


Traveling to Berkeley
Travelers to Berkeley may fly in to either Oakland or San Francisco. The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is located on the peninsula south of the city, across the bay from Berkeley. The Oakland International Airport (OAK) is smaller and closer to Berkeley. You can take public transportation from either airport. A taxi to Berkeley costs approximately $40-50 from OAK versus $60-70 from SFO.

Public Transportation to Berkeley


While UC Berkeley certainly supports the use of public transportation, given interviewers tight schedules we highly recommend the use of a taxi or car service to travel to Haas. For those wanting to use public transportation, please go to www. bart.gov for schedules and directions.

Parking on Campus
Parking is very limited on the Berkeley campus and parking regulations are strictly enforced. For your on-campus interviews, you may request that a parking permit be mailed to you in advance. Please contact the Recruitment Center with any questions: 510-643-0344.

Driving Directions to Berkeley


From Oakland Airport 1. Take 880 North to Oakland. 2. At the 880-80 junction, take 80 East to Berkeley. 3. Exit on University Avenue and head east (right) toward campus. 4. Just before you enter the campus, turn left onto Oxford Street. 5. Turn right onto Hearst Avenue. 6. Turn right onto Gayley/Piedmont Road (to the left, this street is called La Loma). 7. At the second stop sign, the Haas School of Business will be on your right. From San Francisco Airport 1. Take 101 North to San Francisco. 2. Take 80 East across the Bay Bridge and stay on 80 East to Berkeley. 3. Exit on University Avenue and head east (right) toward campus. 4. Just before you enter the campus, turn left onto Oxford Street. 5. Turn right onto Hearst Avenue. 6. Turn right onto Gayley/Piedmont Road (to the left, this street is called La Loma). 7. At the second stop sign, the Haas School of Business will be on your right.

Campus Map
A campus map is available at www.berkeley.edu/map/.

Airport Shuttles to Berkeley


Bayporter 510-864-4000 or 415-467-1800 City Express Shuttle & Limo 888-874-8885 East Bay Direct Air Porter Non-Stop Service 510-812-7326

Accommodations
Below is a list of selected hotels in Berkeley. Some provide shuttle service to and from SFO and/or OAK. Bancroft Hotel (1 block from Haas) 2680 Bancroft Way 510-549-1000 Claremont Resort Hotel (approx. 1.5 miles from Haas) 41 Tunnel Road 510-843-3000 Courtyard Marriott (approx. 3.8 miles from Haas) 5555 Shellmound Street Emeryville, CA 510-652-8777 DoubletreeBerkeley Marina (approx. 2 miles from campus) 200 Marina Boulevard 510-548-7920 Hotel Durant (2 blocks from Haas) 2600 Durant Avenue 510-845-8981

Taxi Companies
Yellow Cab 510-234-1111 OAK-Haas $35-40 American Yellow Cab 510-655-2233 OAK-Haas $35 Budget Towncar Services 866-594-2500 or 510-594-2500 OAK-Haas $60 SFO-Haas $70

Career Center
Executive Director, MBA Career Services Abby Scott

Recruitment Center
Director of MBA Recruiting Lisa Feldman

University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business


Chetkovich Career Center 545 Student Services Building #1900 University of California Berkeley, CA 94720-1900 MBA Recruitment Center: 1-510-643-0344 Fax 1-510-643-5257

Account Managers Jenn Bridge Nicole Gehrmann Rich Wong Recruiting Coordinator Jocelyn Newman Account Coordinator Betsy Worth

Advising & Operations


Operations Manager Christine Blaine Program Coordinator Rebecca Miller-Ricksen MBA Career Advisors Lesah Beckhusen Mark Friedfeld Ainka Fulani Sheri Lockshin

EWMBA, BCEMBA, and Haas MBA Alumni Career Services


Director of Career Services Pat DeMasters Associate Director John Morel Assistant Director Jeanne Lew Career Services Manager Gael Meraud Program Coordinator Jeanne Rich

Undergraduate Recruiting at Haas


Paul Savage 1-510-642-0464 savage@haas.berkeley.edu

Credits
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