CNH Executives Presented Wonderful Opportunities for UW-Parkside Business Students
By: Anthony Aiello
On March 14, 2018, four managers from CNH Industrial made presentations concerning job and internship opportunities to a large number of business majors attending this special event. Opportunities are increasing at CNH Industrial with an emphasis on career development and the potential to grow within the company for employees and interns.
CNH Industrial is an impressive corporation that has 62,828 employees, generated almost $25 billion dollars in revenue, and owns 7,719 active patents. The CNH managers who made presentations are:
- Dean Devereaux- Commercial Accounting Control
- Kathy Stevens- NAFTA Talent Acquisition
- Jenna Stengert- Case & New Holland Construction Program
- Gilberto Colin- NAFTA Finance Talent Development Program
There was great interaction between UW-Parkside business majors and these managers. Many students asked questions, and also came prepared with their resumes to pursue job and internship positions at CNH. The Department of Business is quite pleased that CNH continues to be very interested in hiring its student majors and alumni.
This special career development event was coordinated by Jenna Stengert, a UW-Parkside MBA student as well as CNH manager. The event moderator, Dr. Michele Gee, Associate Dean and Professor in the College of Business, Economics, and Computing noted: “Jenna was an honors business major and my student as an undergraduate at the UW-Parkside. She is now my honors graduate student in the MBA Program while working at CNH. We are very proud of Jenna’s accomplishments, and glad she is doing so well at one of our most important employers in the region.”