CareerArc Group serves as a complete career ecosystem for college students, job seekers, employers, higher education institutions and government entities. CareerArc Group, which consists of Internships.com, TweetMyJobs and CareerBeam, builds on the power of the Internet as well as social and mobile networks to connect employers with job and internship seekers.
Working across the entire employment marketplace, the CareerArc Group ecosystem now serves 35 million annual visitors, 50,000 companies (including more than 66% of the Fortune 100), 385+ universities and powers the jobs platform of cities like Houston, TX, Atlanta, GA, Newark, NJ and Columbia, SC.
With a fundamental shift in the way people find and consume content, businesses have an enormous opportunity to stay more connected with job seekers and generate powerful word of mouth about their brand. CareerArc Group provides applications to make this possible as well as online job, internship and content solutions to aid job seekers and career professionals to strengthen their skills.
By leveraging the cloud, running on world-class infrastructure and combining web, mobile and social media applications, CareerArc Group is able to provide job seekers with the tools and connections they need to succeed.
Our mission is to empower the workforce of the future.
To learn more about CareerArc Group or Internships.com, TweetMyJobs or CareerBeam, contact us.
Honored as a Readers’ Favorite in Inc. Magazine’s 2007 Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Mr. Richards has also received Customer Interaction Solutions Magazine’s Lifetime Achievement Award and the LAVA (Los Angeles Venture Association) Award for Best M&A. He is a member of several boards, including LASEC (Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission), University of Southern California Marshall School of Business – Board of Leaders and Ad.ly.
Prior to forming The NTI Group Inc., he served as the CEO of Vivendi Universal Net USA, an entity created to oversee the U.S. Internet-related companies owned by Vivendi Universal. Mr. Richards was also the founding president and chief operating officer as well as a director of MP3.com, Inc., the Internet’s first and preeminent digital music provider that had the largest IPO for an independent Internet company at that time. He was the lead negotiator in the sale of MP3.com to Vivendi Universal.
Previous to MP3.com, Mr. Richards served as managing director of Tickets.com, Inc., an Internet ticketing service company that was sold to Advantix. He was the founder, president, and CEO of Lexi International, the largest tele-services and database management company in the United States by mid-1991 and appeared twice on the Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies list. The company was successfully sold to Thayer Capital.
Mr. Richards currently serves as president of the Chase Foundation.
Mr. Richards holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University and attended Whittier College School of Law.
Mr. Ouyang successfully built several start-up ventures into high growth companies that either went public or were sold to strategic partners. He has been directly involved with over $15 billion of strategic and financial transactions.
Previously, Mr. Ouyang was the co-founder, President and COO of The NTI Group, Inc., the premier SaaS based time sensitive mass notification system that was later sold to Blackboard, Inc. in 2008. Prior, he was the Chief Executive Officer of Vivendi Universal Net USA, a subsidiary of Vivendi Universal in online entertainment, and also served as its Chief Operating Officer. As Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of MP3.com, Inc., Mr. Ouyang played a key role in the sale of MP3.com to Vivendi Universal after orchestrating what was, at the time, the largest initial public offering for an independent Internet company. Mr. Ouyang has also served as Executive Vice President of Operations and Chief Financial Officer of Tickets.com, Inc. that was acquired by Advantix and held a similar position at Cheap Tickets Inc. He was a Managing Director of Corporate Finance at KPMG Peat Marwick LLP and a Vice President in Investment Banking at J.P. Morgan & Co.
Mr. Ouyang is currently a director of Huntington Hospital, Bluebeam Software, Inc., Internships Holding Corporation and a trustee of the Collis P. and Howard Huntington Memorial Trust. Previously, he was a director of the NTI Group, VU Net USA, FastSoft, Inc., Southern California Healthcare Systems, SeeUthere.com, and a trustee of the Chandler School. He also gives talks on entrepreneurism at Caltech, USC and other institutions.
He received his Master of Business Administration in Finance and a General Electric Fellowship from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Amherst College.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Harvey was Chief Strategy Officer at Blackboard Connect, Inc., where he was responsible for acquiring and retaining the company’s highest value clients. His strategic guidance resulted in the company’s ranking as the premier time-sensitive mass notification service in the United States.
Prior to Blackboard Connect, he was Senior Vice President of Vivendi Universal Net USA, where he was responsible for new business development and revenue generation. He was also Executive Vice President of Sales at Tickets.com, where his strategic initiatives led to Tickets.com being ranked as the premier automated ticketing agency in the world.
Mr. Harvey is an angel investor and he is active on many nonprofit boards. He also gives numerous talks on Entrepreneurship and strategic business development at colleges and universities.
Scott holds a Bachelor of Arts from California State University Long Beach.
Previously, Mr. Cotter was the senior vice president of market development at Blackboard Inc. (NASDAQ:BBBB). He focused on the initiatives for the next generation of notification and alerts technology, with an emphasis on proximity and CMAS (cell broadcasting alerts). Prior, as president of Blackboard Connect for Government, he led Blackboard Connect (formerly The NTI Group) to be the number one provider of hosted, time-sensitive mass notification services focused on assisting K12 leaders, government and civil leaders to communicate quickly and efficiently with their constituents using multi-modal technologies.
Mr. Cotter has an extensive background in developing and managing new business expansion, client management, sales, and market strategy. Previous to joining the NTI team, Mr. Cotter was a founder and chief executive officer of the F2F Group, Inc., a leading business and technology process consultancy firm.
Prior to joining the company, Mr. Lander was founding President of CTSpace, where he led the organizations global marketing and sales teams and was the driving force behind their consistent year-on-year growth. The company which was the market leader of SaaS based content collaboration solutions for the architecture, construction and engineering industries was later acquired by Sword Group. CTSpace resulted from the merger of Citadon and BuildOnline where he oversaw global operations.
Mr. Lander has launched and consulted for several other Internet start-ups and was a founder of Koral, an Internet based document management product that was sold to Salesforce.com. Earlier in his career Stuart was an attorney with the international law firm, Herbert Smith where he worked on multiple corporate finance transactions including mergers, acquisitions and restructurings.
Mr. Lander has a first class honors degree in International History and Politics from the University of Leeds in England and a law degree with distinction from the College of Law in London, England.
Immediately prior to joining the company, Mr. McCormack was the CTO of Slingshot Labs, the NewsCorp’s Web 2.0 incubator. He oversaw the creation of Web sites ranging from celebrity gossip to events invitation to dating. These were all built with a focus on creating reusable technology to be leveraged across the incubator.
Previous to Slingshot, he held multiple management positions in technology for Fortune 500 companies, government offices, mid-sized organizations and fledgling startups. He has built and led development teams working both domestically and abroad in India, and Russia, for companies such as AIG, MySpace, Maersk /SeaLand, Korn/Ferry and San Diego County.
Mr. McCormack has experience leading teams utilizing multiple development platforms including .Net, LAMP and Java. He has overseen departments and personnel implementing solutions using technologies such as MS SQLServer, MySQL, Oracle, NetApp, 3Par, EMC, Akamai, Citrix, F5, and Siebel.
Mr. McCormack earned a Bachelor of Science at San Diego State University, with dual concentrations in Information Technology and Sociology.
Before TweetMyJobs, Mr. Zukowski owned an IT consulting firm, EasySoft Solutions, where he provided staffing services to many corporations such as SeaLand, CSX, RR Donnelly, Textron, and Bank of America. In addition, Mr. Zukowski has worked in a technology capacity for corporations such as General Electric and MITRE Corporation.
Mr. Zukowski holds a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts and a Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Northeastern University.
Prior to joining the company, Mr. Wang oversaw all financial, human resources, and administrative functions for MeziMedia, a start-up company in the on-line shopping and deals space. He was part of the executive leadership team that was responsible for the sale of MeziMedia to ValueClick (NASDAQ: VCLK) in 2007 and stayed on in a senior operational role subsequent to the sale.
In addition, Mr. Wang has worked in a financial and analytical capacity in a variety of industries, including such Fortune 500/multi-national Companies as Yahoo! (NASDAQ:YHOO), PPG (NYSE:PPG), and Nestle (OTC: NSRGY.PK). He began his professional career at Price Waterhouse Coopers where he earned his CPA.
Mr. Wang holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics-Accounting-Psychology from Claremont McKenna College.
Mr. Riemer has planned and successfully executed new product launches in the internet and mobile technology markets. He was previously part of the founding team at Amuzu, a location based mobile advertising startup, where he led product launch plans and business development efforts across the higher education and mobile sectors.
In the venture capital industry, Mr. Riemer performed due diligence on potential investments, analyzed market characteristics, and presented research findings and recommendations to a team of angel investors, primarily focused on SaaS startups. Earlier in his career as a strategy consultant at Putnam Associates, Mr. Riemer worked with Fortune 50 companies on Business opportunity sizing, growth strategy, sales & marketing analytics and joint ventures.
He received his Master of Business Administration from Bar-Ilan University in Tel Aviv and his Bachelor of Arts from Vanderbilt University.
Prior to joining the company, Mr. Sung was Vice President of Customer Care at MySpace where he oversaw customer support, customer care, content review and policy enforcement. He scaled the organization to support over 125 million monthly active users worldwide in six languages.
Previous to MySpace, he was the head of Content Review at Yahoo! where he led a team of over 100 editors to optimize search marketing campaigns across Yahoo!’s broad advertiser base.
Additionally, Mr. Sung has held management positions in business development, account management, operations analysis and finance in the insurance and software industries.
Mr. Sung received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Diplomacy and World Affairs from Occidental College.
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