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Since March 1 2010 Evelyne Kappel is responsible together with Martin Ghisletti for the development of the Career Center.
Ms. Kappel was born in Zurich on August 20 1977, where she attended primary and high school. In 2004 she completed her studies in Romance languages and business administration at the University of Zurich, specializing in HR and business management, corporate policy and marketing. After graduating, she joined a leading executive search company in Zurich which specializes in search and placement of qualified executives. As project manager during three years, she has gained a broad knowledge of the Swiss labor market and valuable experience in career counseling, recruitment and project management. In May 2008 she joined the ETH, where as part of the ACAP (Academic and Career Advisory Program) pilot project she assumed responsibility for career counseling as well as employer relationship to industry. Since then Evelyne Kappel has advised and guided over 200 ETH students and post docs with their career entry and has organized several career events for students and companies.
Evelyne Kappel enjoys classical ballet and roaming the countryside with her dog as a counterbalance to her professional life.
«I am delighted to be able to draw on my knowledge of ETH student needs, labor market qualifications and recruitment as well as my consulting experience in my new role. A well-planned career start is a big advantage for both ETH graduates and for companies».
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