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Alumni Spotlight – Hanover Recruiting at Penn State

JustinKanamineforBlogPenn State: Justin Kanamine

In brief, what is your role at Hanover?

I am an Account Manager for the Higher Education team.  I am responsible for all commercial interactions with our client pool and collaborating with fellow Content Directors to manage our clients’ expectations for the partnership.  I also work on special projects ranging anywhere from revamping onboarding processes to assisting in dropped revenue analyses.

Why did you decide to work at Hanover?

During the interview process, Hanover was exactly the type of market research company that I was looking for actual market research, not just sales that parades as marketing.  Also, because this is such a young company, I have the ability to influence my career path to the fullest extent.

In your opinion, what sets Hanover apart from other organizations?

We are a young and dynamic organization that is committed to being different than the larger, research-based consulting firms.  Hanover tailors our services to our clients’ needs and, from my experience, our clients’ find our approach valuable.

Why should graduates at your alma mater be interested in working at Hanover?

Not to be repetitive but the people are great! We are a group of talented, smart, and energetic individuals.  Living in DC is a huge benefit because there are always things to do and Hanover encourages that with events like Field Day, Community Service opportunities, sporting events, and team celebrations.

What is your favorite part of your job/the company?

My favorite part of my job is probably a tie between the opportunity to grow my career to fit my expertise and my coworkers. Hanover has a  great group of people. I would have been happy to share my Penn State experience with them.

 

Hanover will be at Penn State’s Fall Career Fair on September 16th, see you there! 

We’ll be coming to a school near you soon! Be sure to check out all our upcoming visits.

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