About the Career Development Center
The Career Development Center is conveniently located in Starbuck Center, Second Floor Room 204.
Career Counseling Appointments
Appointments are available for Skidmore students and alumni to meet with career counselors in-person or via phone/Skype. Please call us (518-580-5790) to set up an appointment.
APPOINTMENTS CANNOT BE SCHEDULED VIA E-MAIL.
Drop-Ins have expanded. Career Coaches (paraprofessionals) are now available Monday - Friday during the academic year from 10 AM - 4 PM in the Career Development Center.
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Meet Our Staff
Associate Director of Alumni Career Development
Associate Director for
Early Career Engagement
Corine Houry-Kling (Cori)
Staff Assistant/Website & Database Administrator
Career Coaches are student leaders on-campus who provide support to students by assisting with career-related tasks, such as resume and cover letter reviews and e-reviews, networking practice, and career development programming in Residence Halls. These student leaders act as an example of effective career development. All Career Coaches undergo extensive training with Career Development Center staff, and serve to supplement services provided by counselors.
Head Career CoachArlene Hernandez, '17
- Dan Kapp, '17
- Andrés Beltre, ’18
- Tammy Liang, '18
- Tyler Crowe, '18
- Andrea Tehan, '18
- Jackson Price, '19
- Sarina Musallam, '19
- John Leitner, '19
Career Development Ambassadors are our front desk associates who will make your appointments, answer questions and promote Career Development events. They are on site Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Call or stop by to learn more from them.
Career Development Ambassadors
- Isabelle (Izzy) Gaw, '17
- Gabrielle Pagnozzi-Schwam, '18
- Allyson Schult, '17
- Julia Budsey, '19
- Kartik Shah, '19
- Yanyun (Carol) Hu, '19
- Desiree Sim, '19
- Isabelle (Izzy) Gaw, '17
Skidmore's Career Development Center is committed to supporting all students and alumni through the creative process of integrating their liberal arts education and experiences into a satisfying career. In keeping with the College's founding principle of linking theoretical with applied learning, we help students and alumni develop self-knowledge, cultivate partnerships on and off-campus, prepare for experiential opportunities—such as internships, collaborative research, and community involvement—and manage their careers proactively. We encourage students to build skills and participate in engaged liberal learning practices early in their Skidmore experience, and we offer guidance to both students and alumni in forging meaningful careers for a world of rapid change.