Last Day for Drop-In Hours is May 2nd

The last day for all drop-in hours (PCA and Career Advisor) will be Wednesday, May 2, 2018.

The Loeb Center offers drop-in hours in Frost Cafe or the Loeb Center almost every day. The drop-in slots are 20 minutes and first come, first serve.

Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) are the perfect place to start your career exploration and planning. They are highly trained students who can review and approve resumes; give feedback on cover letters; share your concerns about finding a meaningful career path; and answer questions about Quest, internships, interviewing, networking, self-assessment, and other Loeb Center resources.

PCA Drop-in Hours (Spring 2018) January 22 - May 2.

Monday 2-3 pm South College Hall & Charles Pratt Hall
Monday  7-9 pm  Frost Cafe
Monday 10-11 pm Multicultural Resource Center (MRC)
Tuesday 4-5 pm Appleton Hall
Tuesday 7-9 pm Frost Cafe
Tuesday 8-9 pm James Hall
Wednesday 7-8 pm Williston Hall (Willston residents and first years)
Wednesday 7-9 pm Frost Cafe
Thursday 12-1 pm Center for International Student Engagement (CISE)
Thursday 5-7 pm Frost Cafe
Thursday 7-9 pm Frost Cafe
Thursday 8-9 pm Stearns Hall
Sunday 4-6 pm Frost Cafe

Advisor Drop-in Hours (Spring 2018) January 22 - May 2.

Note: Last appointment is 20 minutes before the end time!

 Monday

Victoria Wilson, Assistant Director of Internship Programs

Population Served: Current students only
Advising: Resume/cover letter reviews, interview strategies, internship search, students who are undecided about a career direction.

2-4 p.m.
Monday

Richard Aronson '69, Assistant Dean & Health Professions Advisor

Population Served:  Students and alumni
Advising: Careers in Health Professions (e.g. biomedical science research, human medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, nursing, etc.)

3-4:30 p.m.
Tuesday

Stephanie Hockman, Program Director for Amherst Careers in Business & Finance

Population Served: Students and alumni
Advising: Careers in Business and Finance

 

NO DROP-IN HOURS TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 2018

1-3 p.m.
Wednesday

Casey Jo Dufresne, Program Director for Campus Engagement
*in Keefe 204

Population Served: Students and alumni

 

Advising: Students who identify as first-generation college and/or low-income- including international, undocumented and DACA, and transfer students. Advises on access to the College's resources; explore interests and experiences; pre-reviews resumes, provides interview support. If this time does not work for your schedule, please email Casey Jo to set up an appointment at cdufresne@amherst.edu.

 

1-3 p.m.
Wednesday Carla Costa, Director for Amherst Careers In Arts and Communication

Population Served: Students and alumni
Advising: Careers in Arts and Communication

 1:30 -3:30 p.m.
Wednesday

Laura Litwiller, Associate Director for Career Advising

Population Served: Students and alumni
Advising: International student advising, students who are undecided about a career direction, resume/cover letter reviews, interview strategies

 2-4 p.m.
Thursday

Robert Siudzinski, Program Director for Amherst Careers in Education Professions

Population Served: Students and alumni
Advising: Careers in Education Professions

1-3 p.m.
 Friday

Kali Odell, Assistant Director for Career Advising

Population Served: Current students only
Advising: Careers in Government & Nonprofit, Law, resume/cover letter reviews, interview strategies, internship and job search, students who are undecided about a career direction.

2-4 p.m.