Survey: What Do You Want to Know About Entering the Workplace?

| November 26, 2020
Submitted by Sarah Rotella

Over the past several months, Eva Havaris, EVP and Chief of Staff for York9 FC, has been developing a leadership development program, and has teamed up with Sarah Rotella, fourth-year DeGroote BCom student, to develop a unique experience for third-year students (and up) to launch their careers and enter the workplace.

They want to know what you  – the next generation of leaders – may be interested in learning about.

To help contribute your ideas (and for a chance to win 1 of 2 $100 Visa Gift Cards) please fill out the short Workplace 101 Survey by Friday, December 18. Your responses will be kept strictly confidential.

More about Eva & Sarah

  • Eva Havaris is an ambitious and driven senior executive leader with background as a competitive varsity athlete and coach. She is the current EVP and Chief of Staff for York9 FC and manages her own consulting practice. DeGroote welcomed Eva as the keynote speaker of the DWIBxMSBA: Women in Sports Business event in January 2020 where she shared her experience in the industry, including helpful tips on being resilient in the workplace.
  • Sarah Rotella is a fourth-year Commerce student with a passion for business and empowerment. She served as DeGroote Women in Business President during the 2019-2020 academic year, and loves to stay connected with fellow students throughout their university journey.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Eva (eva@evahavaris.com) or Sarah (rotellas@mcmaster.ca).

Your feedback is greatly appreciated and will be valuable to creating a program tailored to your interests as students!

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