Meet the Career Associates in the Center for Career and Professional Development. Career Associates help with résumé and cover letter critiques and job searching. Please stop by our office on the first floor of Dewing Hall or contact us directly at email@example.com. We look forward to working with you!
Mysha Clarke '13
Mysha is an international student from Jamaica with a major in Economics and a concentration in Environmental Studies. As a senior, she participated in a Field Experience program at Farmworker Legal Services of South Central Michigan and studied abroad at Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. Mysha serves as the liaison for the Law Guild.
Mark Ghafari '14
Mark is a junior Economics major and Anthropology/Sociology minor. He was a Captain of the Varsity Men’s Basketball Team as a sophomore and studied abroad in Strasbourg, France for 3 months. Mark is serving his first year as a Career Associate and is the Business Guild liaison.
Sara Haverkamp '13
Sara is a senior with a double major in Spanish and International and Area Studies and a minor in Psychology. She participated in a Discovery Externship with Starfish Circus, is President of Cirque du K, and studied abroad in Quito, Ecuador. She is serving her first year as a Career Associate and as the liaison for the Justice and Peace Guild.
Alaina McConnell '13
Alaina is a senior at "K" with a Spanish and English double major and Anthropology minor. She is thrilled to be serving her first year as a Career Associate for the CCPD and as an Education Guild liaison. After graduation she plans to move to New York City to pursue a career in journalism.
Alicia Pettys '13
Alicia Pettys is a senior double major in Economics and Anthropology & Sociology who is serving in her second year as a Career Associate. She participated in a K-Internship, interned through The Philadelphia Center program, and studied abroad at the International Sustainable Development Studies Institute in Thailand. She plans to pursue a career in community-based sustainable development and public policy. Alicia is the Sustainability Guild Liaison.
Bianca Rasho '13
Biance Rasho is a senior economics major and Chinese major. Aside form her studies, she is the 2012-2013 president of Student Commission. Her SIP is focused on foreign direct investment theory as well as a look at how foreign direct investment have affected the Metro Detroit area. This Bianca's second year serving as a Career Associate.
Eeva Stout-Sharp '13
Eeva is a senior art history major and classic civilizations minor. She has worked for the CCPD for the past three years. This year she will take on the responsibility of Guild Liaison to the newly launched Art Guild. Eeva participated in a DEP externship at the Walker Arts Center and an FEP internship with the New York Municipal Archive. She studied abroad in Strasbourg, France and did a gap year in Antwerp, Belgium. In addition to her work with the CCPD, Eeva works as a dresser and make up artist with the Theater Department and as a Conservation Assistant with the college archive.
Shang Sun '15
Shang Sun (Sally) is a sophomore with anticipated major in chemistry and a concentration in health sciences. She is also a peer health advocate on campus. She worked with Dr. Bartz, a chemistry professor, in his lab over the summer. She is interested in doing chemistry research in the future. She is the Health Guild Liaison.