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Christendom will welcome alumni business managers Jackson Kulick (’09) and Dan Beller (’12) to campus on Wednesday, February 19, for the latest Life on Tap networking event for students. Designed to help interested students learn more about how to succeed in a business career, the event will offer them the opportunities to ask questions, hear success stories, and network with alumni.

Running a business, whether someone else’s or one’s own, is a popular career choice among college graduates, but knowing how to do get into the field can prove difficult. Christendom’s career office will offer students a way to get the knowledge they need through Life on Tap, all without having to leave campus.

Kulick and Beller are two examples of alumni who have found success in business management following graduation. In the case of Kulick (’09), he is now the joint CEO of Blue Ridge Graphics, a t-shirt screen-printing company that has helped major universities and businesses across Virginia. He also works as a consultant for a Solar company and has helped start two non-profits as well.

Beller, a 2012 graduate of Christendom, is the chief operating officer of Econize Closets & Blinds, where he has been employed since graduation. In his role, he helps serve clients in Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., and parts of Maryland as well, all while managing all aspects of operations for the company, including scheduling, sales, inventory, custom material orders, HR, and accounting.

Each has many insights into all aspects of managing a business, which should prove valuable to students eager to learn more about business management.

To find out more about Christendom’s career development office offerings, visit here.

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