After doing a soft launch with a content-front site and later following it up with a modern interface content layout, Levo League has finally launched their job assistance site for Gen Y women. According to co-founder Caroline Ghosn, the site aspires to help and assist the approximately 68 million educated 20 to 30 Gen Y women in the U.S.
The website is free for users as long as you are woman and you better be, as they would be verifying each and every profile. The task of verifying every profile sounds a horrifyingly laborious task considering the size of the market they are going after. They intend to charge companies who would be using the site for sponsorships and to post jobs.
The site had launched with a content front and had later tweaked the interface with a much more horizontal navigational interface. Now they are launching the job assistance platform.
“From undergraduate and graduate students, to employed professionals, to those seeking new opportunities to emerging entrepreneurs, The Levo League provides young women in the formative years of their career path with the necessary resources to achieve personal and professional success,” states Caroline Ghosn, Co-Founder and CEO of The Levo League.
The site has been built using state-of-the-art technology and sophisticated design elements to provide an enhanced user experience for both community members and recruiters on the platform. On the network members will have direct access to:
Community – Connect with professional Gen Y women on issues that matter to you.
Career – Find your dream job and browse career opportunities at established, start-up, and philanthropic organizations across industries.
Content – Receive career advice and interact with experts, influencers, and the most influential women in business.
The site plans to launch the site with around 100 employers ranging from giants like AOL to small non- profit organisations.They hope to have 1 million registered users and 1000 companies online by summer.Companies will pay $1500 a month and $250 per job listing.
The site has garnered support from heavy weights like Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and Gina Bianchini, co-founder and former CEO of Ning, and other high profile business women have raised Angel Investment of USD 1.25 million dollars. Levo League is founded by Amanda Pouchot, 26, and Caroline Ghosn 25, who met while working at Mckinsey. If it would make the background for this ladies any more powerful, Caroline Ghosn is the daughter of the automobile power figure Carlos Ghosn who is the CEO of Nissan and Renault.