As of June 2012, Macy’s had hired over 1,000 college students for its executive leadership program and internship pipeline. However, large department stores oftentimes struggle to attract the candidates who would be the best fits for their management programs. Department stores offer career advancement opportunities for fresh college grads, as well as competitive starting salaries, but many students don’t take these opportunities as seriously as other job options.
Explain two things department stores can do to attract more students who would otherwise take offers at “hotter” companies like tech giants and major consulting firms.
|Pamudh Kariyawasam Uc Berkeley|
|Matt Bettonville Stanford University|
|Alex Villa Johns Hopkins University|
|Kaiying Liao Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Michael Teng California Institute of Technology|
|Miriam Prosnitz Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Julia Langholt The Ohio State University|
|Max Kolysh Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Grant Iwamoto Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Lauren Chin Johns Hopkins University|