Kaylinn Castillo

BBA in HR Management, Fox School of Business, Temple University

Email: kaylinn.castillo@temple.edu


Thanks for looking at my eportfolio! I am originally from Hazleton, PA and went to Hazleton Area Career Center. I chose HR Management as a major because I love the recruiting aspect of it and hope to be a recruiting manager in the future.

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  • HI, I am also majoring in MIS for the same reason. In additional, I believe that this is a more practical degree and will direct me to real world applications, instead of theory.

  • I am not majoring in MIS, but I will say this class has caught my interest. I feel like this class will help me out a lot with real world business problems.

  • Hi, I am Zhen. I am not MIS students,but I feel this course is really helpful to resolve some business problem by IT.

  • I am not majoring in MIS but it seems like an interesting field to be in so should be a good and engaging class

  • I am not major in MIS, but i think this class can help me clearly understand the procedures of doing business.

  • I am not MIS major, but I am thinking in minoring in it, it seems like an interesting filed

  • I’m not an MIS major, but since I began learning about it, I have had a huge interest in it. I believe that MIS will help me better understand the language of business and the processes that occur daily.

  • I am not majoring in MIS, but have gained some traction to finding some sort of interest in it. MIS allows. me to be aware of how the innovation in technology and business operations can drastically change. in such short time.

  • Hi Kaylinn, I think it’s cool that you know what you wanna do and how your major is gonna help your career. Wish you the best of luck in your future careers!

  • Kaylinn, I love your reasoning behind becoming an HR major. It was my first interest when I thought about going to business school, but I was too concerned with the human aspects such as the hiring and firing of jobs. HR managers are very important in all aspects of business and I wish you good luck with your future!

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