Four to five companies are invited to participate. Company representatives will talk about what it’s like for young professionals to live in the city, (cost of living, what
Four to five companies are invited to participate. Company representatives will talk about what it’s like for young professionals to live in the city, (cost of living, what areas most young professionals try to live in), and the fun things there are to do. Finally, and most importantly, we’ll discuss jobs and opportunities within the represented companies for that city. The event will last an hour.
Students who attend will receive a T-shirt, information from the local Chambers of Commerce, and a full list of jobs for that city from Handshake. Students must register via Handshake events to receive the Zoom link for the event.
Hear from Caitlin Jones, Global Director of Talent & Development Delivery at The Coca-Cola Company during our Women's History Month Speaker Series.
About Caitlin Jones
Caitlin Jones is the Global Director of
Hear from Caitlin Jones, Global Director of Talent & Development Delivery at The Coca-Cola Company during our Women’s History Month Speaker Series.
About Caitlin Jones
Caitlin Jones is the Global Director of Talent & Development Delivery at The Coca-Cola Company, based in Atlanta, Georgia. In this role, Caitlin is responsible for driving the programs and platforms that connect, develop, and manage talent across the global Coca-Cola network.
Caitlin joined the Coca-Cola system in 2013 as an HR intern and returned to the Company via an accelerated HR leadership development program in 2014. Since then, she has taken on various roles of increasing responsibility, with experience in Talent Management, Compensation, Talent Acquisition, Employee Relations, and as an HR Business Partner. She has been a strong advocate for agile ways of working and continues to address organizational barriers to agility in her current role.
Prior to joining Coca-Cola, she worked for Mercedes-Benz in Organizational Development, and in project management with an industrial construction firm.
Caitlin graduated from The University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2011, with a concentration in Human Resource Strategy and a minor in Psychology. She later obtained her master’s degree in Industrial & Labor Relations at Cornell University in 2014. Caitlin is originally from Birmingham, Alabama, where she attended Vestavia Hills High School. In her spare time, Caitlin enjoys the outdoors, cycling, hosting an Airbnb, and being a mom to her fur babies, Panda, Aida, DJ, and Pluto.
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