Did you know that you can visit the Center for Career and Community Engagement at any time during your student career to talk to a Career Coach?
We welcome students to come to us to explore majors and careers, discuss job and grad school applications, and much more. To schedule an appointment, just log in to Handshake and go to Appointments. From there, you'll be able to schedule a meeting at a time that works for you. If you have documents you'd like to review with your Career Coach, such as a resume, cover letter, or graduate school essay, please attach those to the appointment request.
If you would like to request a Career Education program for your class, organization, or event, please use this form. Our Career Coaches can speak to your group about possible careers, resumes, cover letters, interviewing skills, fellowships, grad school, and other career-related topics.
Meet Your Career Coach
Lea Staedtler is the Career Coach for Humanities students majoring in:
- Ancient & Classical Studies
- Comparative Languages & Linguistics
- French & Francophone Studies
- German Language & Literature
- Spanish & Hispanic Studies
Lea also coaches students majoring in:
- International Studies
- Peace & Global Studies
Jessie Pilewski is the Career Coach for Natural Sciences students majoring in:
- Computer Science
- Physics & Astronomy.
Jeffry Neuhouser is the Career Coach for Social Sciences students majoring in:
- Global Management
- Sociology & Anthropology
Jeffry also coaches students majoring in:
- Environmental Sustainability
- Human Development & Social Relations
- Public Policy
- Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
Eboni Stevens is the Career Coach for Visual & Performing Arts students majoring in:
Eboni also coaches students majoring in:
- African & African American Studies
- Japanese Studies
About Career Advising Appointments
Our Career Coaches are happy to help you with:
- Internship & Job Search Strategies
- Career & Interest Exploration
- Resume Reviews
- Cover Letter Reviews
- Interview Skills & Mock Interviews
- LinkedIn Reviews
- Graduate School Application Assistance
- and more!
The Center for Career and Community Engagement is a bridge for Earlham students into the professional world. As such, we expect students to be on time to appointments and events, and to communicate clearly with career coaches and staff when they are running late or need to cancel an appointment or an event registration. By letting us know as soon as possible about any changes in your plans, we are better able to readjust our own plans and/or allow other students to make use of that time.
We strive to serve as many students as possible with our appointments and events, so please show courtesy to other students and to our faculty and staff by always being on time and in communication if your plans change. We reserve the right to restrict access to appointments and events if a student is frequently late or fails to attend an appointment or event for which registration was required.