Emily Kravetz

Emily Kravetz


Director, Mike Ilitch School of Business Corporate Mentor Program






Mike Ilitch School of Business
2771 Woodward Avenue
Suite 299
Detroit, MI 48201


Emily Kravetz


Emily has been dedicated to the career and professional development of Mike Ilitch School of Business students since 2012. She has over 20 years of experience in both higher education and corporate with a focus on program management, career services, on-boarding, training and development, teaching, recruitment and early career development.
Emily co-developed and currently manages The Mike Ilitch School of Business Corporate Mentorship Program. In this program, first generation college students are matched with experienced professional mentors in the student's field of interest.
Emily also previously served as an Assistant Director at DePaul University's Career Center where she oversaw the Co-Op Internship Progam and also served as an adjunct faculty for both the University Internship Progam (taught face to face and online experiential learning courses) as well as a staff instructor for Freshman seminars. 
Her additional experience includes University Career Services at Northwestern University and as a recruiter and Project Manager at LaSalle Network in Chicago, Il.
Emily earned her Master's in Education in Higher Education Administration-Student Affairs from Loyola University Chicago after making a career change from supply chain and finance. Emily has a special interest in helping students find their perfect career fit and ensuring students understand how to use their interests, skills, values, and personality preferences to identify career passions and launch sucessful careers after graduation.  Emily also is certified in the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator


M.Ed- Loyola University Chicago Higher Education-Student Affairs

BA- Michigan State University- Business Administration- Supply Chain Management



Career advice, Career preparation, Hiring trends, Resume writing, Mentorship, program management, first generation college student development