of the Class of 2018 are either employed or furthering education within 6 months of graduation. Learn more about student outcomes.
The Career Center supports and empowers you in exploring, defining, and achieving your version of success, honing your civic and professional self, and connecting your education with post-graduate aspirations.
One of the benefits of a liberal arts education is that graduates from any major go on to pursue a wide variety of interests in their careers. Career Communities help you explore career industry areas, regardless of your major! We encourage you to explore multiple communities that align with your interests, goals and post-graduation plans.
Get to Know Us
Mike O'Connor, Riaz Waraich Dean for the Career Center & Center for Community Engagement and Social Change
Emily Bowles, Coordinator, Experiential Learning Funds and Professional Networking
Ty Collins, Assistant Director, Career Center – Communications, Journalism and Written Arts & Government, Law & International Affairs
Lori Fares, Career Center Coordinator
Jacklyn Fischer, Assistant Director, Career Center – Health Professions
Grace Kutney, Associate Director, Career Center – Career Advising & Technology
Teri Mueller, Assistant Director, Career Center – Visual & Performing Arts, and Education & Community Engagement
Mandy Netzel, Assistant Director, Career Center – Employer and Alumni Relations
Community Engagement and Social Change (CCE)
Michelle Buchinger, CCE Administrative Assistant