Jaddler is a web-based career board that makes it easier than ever for college students to find internships and for recent college graduates to find entry-level jobs. Much like the “common app” lets high school students send the same information to colleges when applying for admission, Jaddler lets its users send the same profile with personal and background information to corporations when applying for jobs. This information is stored in an applicant tracking system (ATS) that makes it easy for corporations to organize interviews and manage the recruitment process.
Robert Sobiesk is one of the four co-founders of Jaddler. He is a current student at Lehigh University earning a double major in Accounting and Finance. Robert is a very involved student who excels academically. He has been extremely active in his fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha, serving as president for the 2010-2011 school year, and currently contributes his leadership skills to the wider Greek community serving as the secretary for the Inter-fraternity Council. This past summer, Robert interned with KPMG in the audit practice and will be returning to the firm in October 2012 in the advisory practice, focusing on financial due diligence for mergers and acquisitions. Robert has groomed his leadership abilities during his tenure at Lehigh and looks forward to applying his skills to a business he greatly believes in.
We formed a Delaware corporation for Robert and his co-founders.