Clarence is extremely passionate about working with students in the process of self-exploration, career preparation, and life planning. Clarence works with students via individual coaching appointments and also provides programming and presentations that aids students in career development. Specifically, Clarence will be managing the Emerging Wolverines Program and providing programming for doctoral students at U of M. He is also the liaison to the Comprehensive Studies Program and U of M athletics.
Kathleen assists employers with their campus recruiting plans. She manages the on-campus interviewing process to coordinate with participation in fairs, information sessions and other campus activities. She also provides support to employers using our online recruiting system, Handshake.
Don has a passion for inspiring and supporting students. As a Career Coach, Don helps students articulate goals, interests, and experiences. Don's goal is to help students engage and define next steps in their career decision-making process. In addition, Don coordinates and presents workshops and programs to students across campus on a spectrum of topics on Career Education.
Kerin is the Director of The Career Center. She provides leadership to the office and works with the staff to continually seek out interesting ways of providing career assistance to UM students, who share similarities, yet have also cultivated many diverse interests.
Joelle loves helping students articulate their skills, values, and interests as related to their future careers and passions. She provides 1:1 career counseling and advising to undergraduate and graduate students, and coordinates and presents a variety of workshops, programs, and events.
In her role as senior systems analyst, Angie Hall manages the Career Center's many technologies. Working with Career Center counseling and administrative staff, Angie helps choose and implements new technologies.
Outside of the office, you can find Angie walking her Golden Retriever or heading north to hang out in Frankfort, Michigan.
As the Social Media & Community Engagement Strategist, Nate manages The Career Center's online presence - including The Career Center's website, Facebook page and Twitter channel. He is excited about the opportunity to connect with you and other students using online technologies. He looks forward to helping you use social media to explore your career interests and build your community.
Andree works with employers to help them recruit U-M students. This includes cultivating and maintaining relationships with recruiting organizations in varied industries and developing relationships between students and employer organizations. She also provides career guidance to students with a master’s degree or PhD who are interested in exploring opportunities outside academia.
As the Senior Associate Director, Terri spends her time facilitating for today and planning for tomorrow. She believes in the power of possibilities, unfettered thinking and an open mind. She feels it is an absolute privilege to work with The Career Center’s talented staff and encourages you to put their expertise to work for you.
Kathleen serves as a Career Coach on the Recruitment Team within the University Career Center. She plans the Immersion Programs throughout the year which give students the opportunity to experience what it would be like to work at a company or in an industry of their interest. She also coaches students and works with employers in the areas of Advertising/PR/Marketing, Entertainment, Fashion, Hospitality, Telecommunications/Media and Sales.
At the University Career Center, Mariella oversees pre-med, pre-health, and pre-law services and supervises the UM Reference Letter Service. She is the Health Track manager and particularly enjoys coaching UM students through their application efforts via the Med App Canvas site. Mariella is also the Law Track manager and serves as the industry contact for organizations recruiting for healthcare and law-related (undergraduate) positions.
Chelsea serves on our career counseling team, working with undergraduate and graduate students from a wide spectrum of career interests in individual counseling and advising appointments. Chelsea also coordinates and presents workshops and programs to students across campus. Chelsea manages the Marketing, Advertising, and PR Career Track, so she works specifically with students interested in those industries on breaking in through individual advising and planning events and alumni networking opportunities.
Angelicia is probably the first person you will see when you enter the University Career Center as she manages the Information Desk. You will also see her at one of the many fairs that the office coordinates. She enjoys meeting new and familiar faces as they stop in the office for an appointment or just to say hello. She is always ready to connect you with one of the advisors in the office.
Sally works with undergraduate students through advising appointments and workshops. She serves as the liaison for the School of Education and RC and works with all students including pre-med and pre-law. In addition to advising responsibilities, Sally coordinates all of the The Career Center’s career expos and graduate school fairs.
As the Recruitment Coordinator, Tyler's role is to build, connect and maintain relationships with recruiting organizations in varied industries. These partnerships provide opportunity for employers to connect with students through both traditional and innovative avenues. Together with a team, Tyler enjoys executing events such as the Fall and Winter Career Expos, Career Crawls and Immersions so that students can connect with employers in ways which best fit their individual styles.
Dayna serves as an intern on the Career Counseling Team. She recently graduated with her Masters of Social Work and is currently working towards earning a Master of Arts in Higher Education both from U-M. She enjoys meeting and serving students in one on one appointments and through providing helpful information and resources. She is very passionate about working with college students and never believes that anyone can ask too many questions!
Christina is a senior currently pursuing a degree in International Studies with a concentration in Political Economy and Development as well as a minor in Business. She is from Ridgewood, New Jersey but loves calling Ann Arbor her home. Christina spent last summer interning with PwC in their Management Consulting practice. She is actively involved in Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Fraternity as well as Sigma Kappa Sorority on campus, and enjoys reading, sitting on the beach, and traveling.
Jacob is a sophomore pursuing a BBA through the Ross School of Business. He grew up in Columbus, Ohio and was the first to attend Michigan after a long lineage of Buckeyes. On campus, Jacob is actively involved in the Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity and the Michigan Real Estate Club. Jacob’s background includes prior internships in real estate private equity, private wealth management, and the founding of his automotive detailing business.
Sara is a Junior from Cheshire, Connecticut majoring in Political Science and International Studies. On campus, Sara is a research assistant in the Sociology Undergraduate Research Opportunity program, and is the Vice President of Policy for the Michigan Foreign Policy Council. She is also an active member of non-profit organizations working to eradicate poverty in Haiti.
Ariana is a senior studying Sociology and minoring in Community Action and Social Change (CASC). She is really passionate about working with kids. Ariana spent the past three summers working at summer camps with kids from around the world. She is interested in pursuing a MSW at the University. Besides working with kids, Ariana love going home to Chicago and seeing her puppy, Bella.
Drake is a Senior pursuing a B.A. in Economics with a minor in Entrepreneurship. He is originally from Northville, Michigan but now lives in West Palm Beach, Florida with his family. Drake interned at Davis & Hosfield Consulting, LLC in Chicago as a litigation analyst last summer, and hopes to return to Chicago after graduation. On campus, Drake is actively involved in Greek Life, MEconomics, and is a K-Grams Pen Pal to elementary students in the Ann Arbor area.
André Fisher was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. He moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan in the Fall of 2011. In Fall 2016, André transferred to the University of Michigan. He currently double-majors in Economics and International Studies, with intentions to pursue a career in public health policy. He is a member of the Student Advisory Group on Engagement, and is a student collaborator on a number of research initiatives at the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation.
Sohaib is a Senior from Sterling Heights, Michigan pursuing his BBA at the Ross School of Business with an emphases in Finance and Accounting. On campus, he is President of the Muslim Business Students’ Association, VP of Professional Development of the Global Investment Committee, and is heavily involved in the Muslim Students’ Association. Sohaib has extensive interview experience within Finance across banks and corporations. He interned at Delphi Automotive in corporate finance, as well as Morgan Stanley in their Global Capital Markets Division.
Maren is a junior doubling majoring in Communications and Psychology at the University of Michigan. She plans to attend grad school for Industrial/Organizational Psychology and hopes to become and Organizational Psychologist and work with companies within their human resources division. On campus, Maren has been a research assistant for the Emotion and Self-Control Lab for the psychology department and a Student Advisor for the University Career Center.
Sejal is a member of the class of 2018 and is majoring in Evolutionary Anthropology. She aspires to go on to medical school after graduating and leads presentations on medical school interview prep. At the University of Michigan, Sejal volunteers at Mott Children's Hospital, is an Advisory Board Member for the Center of Campus Involvement, facilitates study groups for Biology through the SLC, and participates in Evolutionary Anthropology departmental research with various professors.
Hannah is a member of the the class of 2020. She is originally from Lennon, Michigan, which is located about an hour north of Ann Arbor. She intends on majoring in English in the hopes of becoming an editor. Outside of class, Hannah enjoys reading and dancing.