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1 SCOOPS Brock Mitby, Manager of University Relations - Corporate Brent Emmett, Store Manager #106 Geist September 22, 2005

2 AGENDA Kohl’s Present Career Opportunities Why Kohl’s?

3 79 stores in 6 states

4 stores in 41 states 120,000 associates 2005 New Markets: Florida!

5 SALES $13.0 Billion $1 Billion $ Billions

6 Customers who want more value Customers who want better name brands Department Stores Discounters Kohl’s The Middle Market Customer COMPETITIVE POSITION Positioned To Serve Customers Who Shop Department Stores As Well As Discount Stores

7 “The Soccer Mom” Female Family years of age Suburban Middle Income Time-crunched KOHL’S TARGET CUSTOMER

8 FORMULA FOR SUCCESS Brands Value Convenience What strategies does Kohl’s execute better than anyone else in the industry?

9 WHAT’S NEW? Continued Expansion New Store Prototypes New Brands and Categories New Systems

10 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Merchandise Analyst Trainee Store Manager in Training

11 THE BUYING OFFICE

12 MERCHANDISE ANALYST RESPONSIBILITIES DRIVE SALES THROUGH: Merchandise Allocation Right Store, Right Time, Right Content Business Analysis Short & Long Term Planning and Trend Analysis New Store Openings Primary Driver of the New Store Process Merchandise Replenishment Maintain and Manage In-Stock Standards

13 MERCHANDISE ANALYST 2 Major Benefits of Working as an Analyst at Kohl’s: 1) Significant financial responsibility within a short period of time 2) Exposure to many other divisions within the organization

14 CHARACTERISTICS OF KOHL’S MERCHANTS Strong Leadership Skills Action-Oriented Thrive on Responsibility Problem Solver Desire to Make an Impact

15 STORE MANAGEMENT TEAM

16 STORE MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES  Customer Service  Retention of Associates  Management / Leadership Development  Freight Flow and Merchandising  Payroll and Sales - store profitability  Ad Set - pricing integrity and accuracy

17 MANAGER IN TRAINING PROGRAM  4-5 month executive training program  A combination of hands-on and computer based training  Upon completion of training you will be placed as an Assistant Store Manager at one of Kohl’s 732 stores   Learn all aspects of Store Management including: -Freight Flow -Merchandising -Advertising -Customer Service -Tracking Sales Trends …The fast track to success!

18 TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT months “Core” months “Advanced” months “Growth” months “Transitional”

19 WHY BECOME PART OF THE KOHL’S TEAM? ØA strong, financially stable company ØPositioned to drive market share ØCompany growth leads to career opportunity ØBig responsibilities in a short amount of time ØContinuous training and executive development ØPower to be creative and advance the business

20 INTERVIEWS Information Session Thursday, October 13, 6:00pm On-Campus Interviews Friday, October 14, CSO Final Interviews November 14 - Intern November 21&22 - MAT

21 For internship or full-time opportunities contact: Brock Mitby, Mgr. Of University Relations - Corp Casey Landes, Mgr. Of University Relations - Stores


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