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First NameLast NameUniversityTwitter HandleEmailCurrent GA/ SA AreaWhat do you need help with?MentorUniversity/OrganizationTitleEmail AddressTwitter Handle
JamesLorelloAppalachian State University@jlorellolorelloja@appstate.eduResidence Director/ University HousingCover Letter and Resume, Job Search at TPE. Interested in Housing, Student conduct, spirituality and student affairs. Carolyn GolzLake Forest College
HollyThomasArkansas Tech University@holleyelizabethholly.thomas10@gmail.comUniversity AssessmentI'm a 1st year CSP grad @ Arkansas Tech set to graduate in Dec 2011. This past year I was an intern for NACA Central and will be working with ATU's Activities Board this spring. I am also looking into applying for a NODA internship summer 2011. Aside from student activities and new student orientation, my interests are student orgs, freshman programs, assessment, student life/leadership, service-learning, and spirituality. I am interested in advice or assistance that will help me make the most of my last year of grad school as I embark on practicum experiences and prepare myself for the job search next fall. Eventually, help with resume building (and condensing :)), and tips for the interview process, for conducting a job search outside my region, and for making a successful transition from graduate student to new professional would be amazing! I love what I have experienced in Student Affairs thus far and cannot wait to begin a career in it!Michael CashmanSUNY Plattsburg
DennisCampbellBaldwin-Wallace College@dcampjrdenniscampbell87@gmail.comCommuter ServicesI am a first year masters student in BW's Leadership in Higher Education Program. I am looking for general support, professional development, resume and cover letter writing, and general guidance. I am interested in working in Student Activities, Residence Life, and Greek Life.Ben NewhouseTrinity University
HeatherSchwagerBaldwin-Wallace College@hnschwagerhschwage@bw.edu I'm seeking a position in the area of student life/involvement/activities, etc.Brett BrunerBaker University
KariWetzelBaldwin-Wallace College@kariwetzelkwetzel@mail.bw.eduDistance Learning/Information Services InternHaving a lot of undergrad experience with SA, I decided that my first internship in grad school would be on the academic side. During my second year I will be soley focused on SA. I am hoping to learn more about internships, conferences to help me continue on to my career path to become the director of student activities- focusing on student organizations,Greek life and leadership.Ed CabellonBridgewater State University
AllisonRossettiBaldwin-Wallace College@AllisonRossettiarossett@bw.eduHonors ProgramI am in my second and final year of graduate school at Baldwin-Wallace College in the Leadership in Higher Education Program. I am looking for a job in either student affairs or academic affairs, specifically in an Honors Program, student activities, leadership, community service, or student success. I am very open to other areas however.Jarrett KealeyUtica College
AmandaMeansBaldwin-Wallace College@ameans912ameans@bw.eduCenter for Alcohol and Related-Issue Education/ProgrammingI will graduate in May 2011 with an MAEd in Leadership in Higher Education. I will be conducting a job search and also looking into doctoral programs. From this mentor experience, I would like to network with other professionals and explore career opportunities within the scope of my experience and interest.Melissa JohnsonUniversity of Florida
AbbyJoyceBaldwin-Wallace College@abbycjoyceajoyce823@gmail.comStudent Success Initiatives I am a 2nd year graduate student and would like help with some tips for job searching and interviewing. Also, I would like to have more networking opportunities. My grad program is in Academic and Student Affairs and my current internship is a collaboration of both. I would like help with finding ways to connect the two sectors in higher ed. I would love any knowledge that anyone wants to pass down! Tony SmithUniv. of Colorado at Denver
MeghanOsterBaylor University@meghanosteroster.meghan@gmail.comResearch and AssessmentCover letter and resume. I am moving to Washington DC when I graduate so anyone for that area would be great! Earl Cabellon Univ of MD
HollyWidickBaylor University@holly_widickhmwidick@gmail.comGA: Spiritual Life/Public Relations &International Student EngagementGraduating in May; doing a national search (but would love to move back home to the SEast). Looking for mentorship & encouragement in the job search process (resumes, interviewing, negotiating). Areas of interest: International student services/programming, study abroad, PR&Marketing (in SA), year-specific programming (esp. transfer and upperclassmen). Top Strength: Maximizer :) Jackie GlogerJohn Hopkins University
JesseHinesBaylor University@brwneyejessJesse_Hines@baylor.eduNew Student ProgramsI am a second year grad looking for support and advice through the upcoming job search and through my first year as a new professional. Help with resume, cover letters, and interview tips is always welcomed! Hoping to find a position in Leadership Development, Greek Life, Residence Life, or New Student Programs. Interested in effective administrative practices and women in higher education administration. Teri BumpAmerican Campus Communities
EricaThompsonBinghamton Universityekgeers@gmail.com@ericakthompsonAssistant Director of Residential Lifewomen in student affairs (or just women), commission for social justice educators, social justice, learning outcomes, innovation, work/life balance, residence life, lifelong learningYolanda NormanUniversity of St. ThomasDirector of Housingnormany@stthom.edu@firstgencollege
KathleenMaherBoston Collegekaty_mahermaher.kathleenk@gmail.comResidential Life, Orientation, Career ServicesI am entering into my second and final year as a graduate student pursuing my M.A. in Higher Education with a concentration in Student Affairs. I'm looking for a mentor to regularly communicate with to reflect on and process some of my experiences to be able to better articulate them as the job search comes closer. I am interested in learning more about networking, professionalism, the job search process, marketing my experiences, and gaining general advice and wisdom about the field from a professional. This summer I am doing a NODA internship at Bridgewater State University, and in the fall I will be working in Residential Life at Boston College as well as at the Office of Internships and Career Development at Emmanuel College.Manny RuizGettysburg Collegemruiz@gettysburg.edu
MattEnriquezBowling Green State University@menriquez10enriquez.matt@gmail.comCampus ActivitiesI'm a 1st year in the College Student Personnel program with an internship in Student Org Services in our Office of Campus Activities. I have an interest in student leadership development, assessment for SA, and know that I'd like to pursue my PhD someday. To me, #sagrow is a great opportunity to network and gain perspective from a professional who has experience in these areas.Joe SabadoUC Santa Barbara
JessicaPikeBridgewater State University @jpike01jessicakpike@gmail.comCampus Center Print ShopI am in my first year in the Student Affairs Counseling program at BSU, and looking for internship opportunities. Also would like assistance in Cover letter and resume. Interview prep, and job search support. Tim St. JohnUniversity of New England
CarlosLopez GarciaCalifornia State University, Fullerton@carlosl824carloslopez824@gmail.comVP for Student Affairs Office - AssessmentBuilding network, job search support/advice, interviewing skills, other professional development opportunities. Interested in new student programs, student activities/leadership, multicultural affairs and housing/reslife. Will be at NASPA national! Thanks! :Carlos MuddBaylor University
SamanthaKramerCanisius Collegekramers@canisius.eduGrad AssistantInternational Student Programs; looking to get into Res Life after graduationKari StoneLoyola University New OrleansArea Directorkariastone@gmail.com@karistone
SmithDanielCanisius College@Captainstridesmith132@canisius.eduResidence Life Apartment Living. Community AdvocateResume/ Cover Letter building, Help with job searching and discussion in functional areas of interest: GLBT issues, Commuter Students, Student ConductTom FritzTexas A&M University
SeanThompsonCentral Connecticut State University@seanyfreshseanjamal.thompson@gmail.comStudent Center Operations/Activities Graduating in May 2011 from Graduate School, looking for job search, resume and interviewing advice. Also, I would love to explore other departments of the Student Affairs division. Very interested in Orientation/ First Year Experience, Greek Life, Student Activities and Student Center/Union Operations.Jeff LailUNCGreensboro
LizMongrelloCentral Connecticut State University@gooserelloemongrello@gmail.comStudent Center OperationsI'm a second year grad who'll be job searching in the Spring. Looking for some help with that process. Supervise tech staff, trying to figure out best practices. Also just looking to network, have an outside resource.TJ WillisNC State Univ.
ShawnBrackettClemson University@shawnbrackettshawn.brackett@gmail.comHousing & Residential LifeAdvice on transitioning grad programs (leaving with support of my dept and faculty), developing network in international education, looking for opportunities in residential life, study abroad, disability support, or fraternity and sorority lifeCasey VargoIndiana University - Bloomington
BrettMeadorsClemson University/University of Utah in the Fall@brettmeadorsbrett@brettmeadors.comResident Assistant/Assistant Residential Education Coordinator in the FallInterested in General Guidance, academic support, professional development and just general help as I start out in a semi professional position. Ernie CrumrineWentworth Institute of Technology
LeslieWilliamsClemson Universtiy@leslielavonlwilli9@clemson.eduResidence LifeNational Job search, resume, cover letter, and private job search. I am mainly looking in housing at this time and will be attending TPE as well as searching privately. Licinia "Lulu" KaliherUniv. of Deleware
EmilyMorriscurrently working at Willamette Univeristy, M.Ed. from Vanderbilt University @anemilymorrisaemorris@willamette.edu or emilymorris@alumni.vanderbilt.eduInterim Student Development Coordinator: Residence Life and Student Conduct. Administrative hearing officer, developing thematic learning communities, staff development/training (residence life and conduct boards), supporting students who are at risk for attrition. Interests: first year programs, summer bridge/transition or retention, LLCs, ISSS.Professional development; advice on re-entering the field (from a private sector focused on pre-college programs), balancing personal life and careerKyle Hunt McCoolIUPUIkyhunt@iupui.edu
KathrynKingDrexel UniversityN/Ackingjr699@aol.com and kck46@drexel.eduMulticultural AffairsI am a first year Higher Education Administration graduate student. I am currently searching for positions within higher education; my particular interests are within multicultural affairs, diversity initiatives, and improving racial minority student retention rates. I am new to the field, and have no prior experience, so I am very much interested in gaining inside perspectives from a professional in the field, or elsewhere in Student Affairs!Cara Bernstein ChernoffUniversity of South Florida
MelissaJudyDrexel University@MelissaJudymelissajudy191@gmail.comGreek LifeI am finishing my first quarter of graduate school in higher education administration. I have known for a couple of years that I wanted to work with students but have finally started my master's. I currently work at Embry-Riddle in the Alumni Relations office, but I am a total Greek geek and take every opportunity to volunteer for the Greek Advisor here, along with advising a local collegiate chapter of my sorority. I ultimately would like to move up from Greek Life, but I know that's where I want to start. I am married to an Army officer, so I am doing my master's online since we will be moving next year. I would very much like to work at a university in a student activities or residence life office while pursuing my master's but understand that this may prove difficult since I'm still in graduate school so any advice or help with that would be appreciated.Chris BlackburnUNCP
CourtneyCollinsDrexel Universitycraecollinscraecollins@gmail.com; cc892@drexel.eduStudent Affairs and DevelopmentI am in my third quarter in Drexel University's Higher Education program. I currently work for Troy University's Western Regional Office in El Paso, TX but will be giving up work for a little while as my husband's military career will be taking us to DC for a short while and then to Brussels, Belgium for 3 years. I want to be in touch with someone who may be able to help me transition to overseas higher education or be able to help me keep on track for my return to the states. I'm open to just have someone to talk with about higher ed!
RossRodriguezDrexel University@Ross_Rodriguezrr474@drexel.eduStudent Affairs & AthleticsI am half way through my first year in Drexel's MSHE program. I came to this program after a combined 8 years of experience working in professional sports and 2 and a half years working for an NCAA Division III athletic department where I learned my gift is mentoring students and student-athletes. I was hoping to find someone who can help me shift from a professional mind frame to an academia mind frame and guide me in the path to returning to collegiate athletics.
StellaMaherEmory Alumni Association@StellaM_NYCstella.maher@emory.eduAlumni Relationstransition from mid-level position in alumni relations to the student affairs world, how best to market myself, changes in culture/climate, dealing with burnout Alumni relationsPatrick MarinoNiagara Universitypmarino@niagara.edu
StephenDominyFlorida State University@StephenDDominystephen.dominy@gmail.comCenter for Leadership and Civic Education, concentration in Service Learning and Community Partnership Initiatives 1st year GA looking for advice on research, publications, resume building, cover letters, how to find institutional fit, what else should I get involved in during my time, and how to build personal and professional relationships with professionals in the field. In addition, I would like to learn how to connect more theories into service based learning for student organizations. Areas of interest: Service Learning/Community Engagement, Alumni Relations, Fraternity/Sorority Life, Student Leadership Programs, GLBTQ Issues/Programs, and Student Activities. Josh DeanLouisiana State University
AshlieBatyFlorida State University@123Ashlieashliebaty@gmail.comStudent Activities Center specifically with Homecoming & Event PlanningI'm a first year graduate student at Florida State University graduating with my M.S. in Higher Education in April 2012. I'm a Texas A&M University former student now living in Tallahassee, Florida and loving live as a Student Affairs grad! My interest areas include: Student Activities, Leadership & Civic Education, Student Disability Resources, Veteran's Affairs, Orientation, Social Justice, Diversity and Women's Studies. Follow me on Twitter!Kim NehlsUNLV
VirginiaByrneFlorida State UniversityVirginiaLByrnevirginia.l.byrne@gmail.comCenter for Leadership and Civic EducationTalking through research ideas/strategies, staying involved with SA current events, getting published, networking, future Ph.D. programsSeth Matthew FishmanHigher Education Consultant
MichelleRobinsonFlorida State University@microbi23microbi23@gmail.comUnion Administration Graduate Assistant & Union Board AdvisorI am a first-year graduate student working in college unions. My interest areas are orientation, first-year experience, fraternity/sorority life, campus activities, and student conduct. My passion is empowering students to challenge norms and traditions, incorporating the challenge/support theory. I would like a mentor to discuss narrowing my focus and a mentor who I can have conversations about my research interests which are multiracial identity, hazing, and first-year transitions. Toni KochWest Chester University
PaigeAckerFlorida State University (Fall 2011)@PaigeA_SAGradPaige.Acker@gmail.com Currently the Tutor Coordinator for The University of Alabama in Huntsville. Will begin my graduate assistantship with the Academic Center for Excellence (Tutoring) at Florida State University in Fall 2011. I graduated from The University of Alabama in May 2010 and have been working full time in student affairs since July 2010. I will be a first year graduate student in the fall and I am looking for someone to provide advice for the transition from young professional to graduate student. I am very excited about continuing my professional development in the field of student affairs and would love to hear any advice, tips, etc. Thanks!Jennifer BrownMarshallProgram Manager for Internships and Experiential Learningbrown346@marshall.edu@jennbrown8
SarahMruzGeorge Washington University@smruz23smruz@gwmail.gwu.eduWould like to focus on Housing & Residence Life.I am pursuing a master's in Higher Education Administration with a concentration on Student Affairs. My passions fall within health/wellness of students and student leadership/involvement in the residence halls. After graduating I would like to stay on the East coast and work with various schools in their residence halls as a resident director. Looking mostly to connect with other professionals and have someone to help with professional growth throughout master's program at GWU. I currently have an assistantship with Marymount University working in Housing Operations which consists of mostly supervising 40 student employees in their position as desk assistants. I would love help and guidance on better working with student employees to create realistic expectations and reaching to students better. Mary TregoningUC, Riversidemary.tregoning@ucr.edu
JackieMillerGrand Valley State University@j5miller3jacqueline.n.miller@gmail.comResidence LifeAssistance with national job search and cover letters. I'll be attending TPE in March and will be looking at primarily Housing positions, especially ones with a living learning focus. Other areas of interests are student organizations, leadership development and the sophomore experience.Lynn EllisonAmerican Campus Communities
BryanBristolIllinois State University@bryanbristolvpsabjbrist@exchange.ilstu.eduConductMoving to Conduct in the fall, looking for advice on choosing functional area and finding alternative ways to develop certain skills that I cannot get in my assistantships. Beth WendlerCollege of Charlston
AudreyCloumIndiana State University@Audrey_Cloumacloum@indstate.eduAssistant Hall Director/Academic Peer Advocate SupervisorI'm finishing up my first year in my SAHE program and I am looking to make my second year more intentional. I am looking for someone to act as a sounding board as I focus my passion to a functional area. Erin EbertTexas A&M University
BrittHudsonIndiana State University@SAHE_Hippiebritt.hudson1@gmail.comAssistant Hall Director/Programming Supervisor1st year grad in the SAHE program at Indiana State looking for advice on figuring out exactly what I want to do in Student Affairs. Along with resume and interview advice. My interest are working with and improving retention/success rates of First Generation Students, LGBTQ students and African American students. Loves social media and using it to connect with students.Heather Shea GasserUniversity of Idaho
TimScullyIndiana State University@tscully_sagradtscully@indstate.eduGraduate Assistant for New Student Orientation and Fall Welcome at New Student Transition Programs in the Office of Admissions at Indiana State UniversityFinishing first year of graduate school. Trying to branch out and discover internship opportunities at other schools and at various student conferences. I am committed to the accessibility of public higher education in all forms. I also have interests in Marketing and Communications in Higher Ed, New Student Programming, Transfer Students, and Commuter Students. Jacelyn KeysEastern Oregon University
JacobIsaacsIndiana State UniversityWallyWabash99jisaacs1@sycamores.indstate.eduCommunication Studies (teaching)/ Higher Education Leadership (area of study)
I am ABD, in process of completing a dissertation on the interpretations of an honor code by male students attending a single-sex college. I am looking for help in transitioning from a position on the faculty track to one in student affairs. I am particularly looking for general support and guidance on how to articulate my skills from a purely teaching focus to an administrative/staff pposition. I could also use feedback on my resume and cover letter and networking tips.Karen MyersSaint Louis Universitykmyers11@slu.edu
KatNiemannIndiana State UniversityKatNiemann_SAHEkschwartzkopf@indstate.eduAssistant Hall Director - Res LifeManging the last year of my grad work and the upcoming job search in a year. Balancing a spouse as well as grad work and the demands of the field.
Katarina "Kat"NiemannIndiana State University@KatNiemann_SAHEkschwartzkopf@indstate.eduAssistant Hall Director in Residential Life and Indiana State University. Currently works with 250 freshmen-upperclass men students in a predominantly upper class hall Finding my niche in Student Affairs, is ResLife for me in the long run? Finding positions after graduate school. Articulate skills aquired to benefit me in the job search.
Jordan ToyIndiana State University/DePauw U.@jordan_toyjordantoy@gmail.comCampus Living and Community DevelopmentFirst year grad interested in social media research in relation to students. I'm starting a thesis on conflict through social media and how it affects students' interpersonal relationships, more specifically, roommate conflicts. Hoping to gain perspective from other reslife people in the field about the subject and perspective from individuals who have written a thesis.Dan BureauUniversity of Memphis
KasieWeinaIndiana State Univesity@Kasie_SAHEkc.weina@gmail.comAssistant Hall Director in Residential Life1st Year Grad student and 1st year in Residential Life. Would love to have a mentor to help with the residential life experience and how to make the most of my grad school experience as a whole. Passion for leadership development and considering doing a thesis on the topic - would love advice. Also, how to conduct a job search, prep for interviews and the typical resume and cover letter tips! My interest is still very similar to what I stated previously. I am a second year graduate in Residential Life and I have a strong passion for leadership, especially women's leadership. I am currently working on a thesis for my graduate program that focuses on the campus environment and how it influences women's leadership development and their perceptions of leadership. Kristan SkendallUMD/ACPAkcilente@acpa.nche.edu@kskendall
DanBoyleIndiana StateUniversityDan_BoyleBoyle1DT1987@gmail.comGraduate Assistant for Residential LifeI am a 2nd year graduate student at Indiana State University. I have a passion towards programming, training, and first year male involvement. I am looking for a mentor that will help challenge my ideas and encourage me to constantly continue as a developing student affairs professional. Christy AnthonyMITchristineellenanthony@gmail.com
MichaelGoodmanIndiana University@mi_goodmicagood@indiana.eduAdvisor to the Student Organization Ethics Board, and Judicial Hearing OfficerI am in my 2nd semester in the IU HESA program, looking to further connect myself to this field, and also to continue helping my students through different venues. I would also just love the opportunity to be mentored by someone in the field.. My specific interests are Greek Life, Conduct, Res. Life, and GLBT. Amber FlickingerUniversity of Mary
SarahMillsIndiana University@smillsemillsse@indiana.eduStudent InvolvementResume and cover letter review, and general support in the job search. I am a master's student, graduating in May, interested in the areas of Orientation, First-Year Experience, Leadership Development, College Unions and Student Activities. Looking primarily in Indiana, but will relocate anywhere (even internationally) for the right position and good fit. Doug SmithPenn State University
AndrewBennettIndiana University@Drew_LGabennett1911@gmail.comGraduate Hall DirectorCover Letter and resume; National Job Search. I am primarily looking in to schools in New York/ New Jersey, but am open to relocating anywhere. I am interested in housing, multicultural/ diversity/ social justice, or Greek Life positions.Mickey FitchUniv. of Wisconsin - Superior
BrianGallagherIndiana University@gallagbgallagbr@iupui.eduGraduate Hall DirectorCover letter & resume, International & National job search. I have a previous Masters in Teaching & 4 years in the 6-12 classroom. I'm looking beyond that entry level position (hopefully). Will be at NASPA TPE. Interested in HRL, Leadership, acad advising, International Students, Conduct, & Academic or Disability Support Services. (wide range of stuff I know...)Rey TennisonLoyola University Chicago
Sean JohnsonIndiana University@SeanJohn_sonserjohns@indiana.eduResidence Life-Graduate SupervisorI would appreciate any assistance offered. Some of the specific areas are cover letter preparation and phone interviews. I am looking for positions in housing, athletics(advising or CHAMPS/Life Skills). I would prefer to stay in the GLACUHO region for housing positions, but that is not definitive as I am searching for the best position. I graduate in May 2011 and would like to be as prepared as I can be as I go through my job search process. Torry BruceUniversity of Arizona
RCStabileIndiana University of Pennsylvania@touch0verateddlmr@iup.eduAssistant Residence Hall DirectorI need help with separating personal and professional and becoming a stronger advisor/supervisorBrian LalliRhode Island College
FrancescaCatalanoIndiana University of Pennsylvania@FMCatalanopdkr@iup.eduResident Hall Director at Saint Vincent CollegeGeneral guidance, helping with intentionality in my practical experience, and overall professional developmentJeannine HagadornCornell University
RebeccaLemmelIndiana University of Pennsylvaniarebecca.lemmel@gmail.comDisability Support Services/ OrientationI am completing my first year of my Student Affairs in Higher Education program at IUP. I currently have an assistantship in the Disability Services office and I plan on having two practicums (one in career services, one in graduate school administration) by the time I graduate. I am looking for a willing mentor to offer support through my time in the program. I would also like to hear other professional's experiences in the field, and how they compare grad school to their professional career. Any support would be greatly appreciated!Megan WetzelWebster University
KadianneFrancisIndiana University of Pennsylvaniakadiannefrancis@yahoo.comAssistant Coordinator of Judicial AffairsI am a first year graduate student , I would like advice on the different funtional areas that might fit affter I graduate. Any advice on job searching techniques or just advice on the student affairs field in general.Phil CampbellMiami University
KelliAylorIndiana University of Pennsylvania@KelliMAylorkelli.aylor@gmail.comAssistant Resident Director for the Office of Housing and Residence Life at IUPGeneral guidance within the field, overall professional developmentShigeo Iwamiya
Rutgers University Newark
KenNutterIndiana University of Pennsylvaniakbjl@iup.eduCenter for Student Success Peer Mentor Program at IUPI'm interested in academic support, Greek affairs, and administration, primarily; I'm hoping to gain more insight into these functional areas, and any other general advice.
AmandaMartinIowa State University@mandajeanneamartin@iastate.eduStudent Activities Center (Student organizations, service programs, marketing)Assistance with cover letters and resumes, interview skills, resources, job/internship search support. Interested in Service learning, leadership, student activitiesCindy KaneBridgewater State University
AlissaStoehrIowa State Universityastoehr@iastate.eduPh.D. StudentErica ThompsonBinghamton UniversityAssistant Director of Residential Lifeekgeers@gmail.com@ericakthompson
KateFeeneyIowa State University@kfeeney3kfeeney@iastate.eduOffice of Admissions - Experience Iowa StateFeedback on cover letters and resumes, interview prep, internship/job search support, interested in: orientation, admissions, student activities, leadership development, and academic advising.Justin SipesSonoma State University
DavidPletcherKansas State University@disabilityprepdavidtpletcher@gmail.comCurrently finishing KSU's MS in academic advising and graduating in May. No assistantship.Dawn TraynorUniversity of South Carolina
ErnieMuskaKean University (Undergrad)@erniemuskamuskaer@kean.eduLeadership, Orientations, FYE, and Student ActivitiesI am a Senior looking to go for my masters in Student Affairs Administration (fall 2012). I have been very involved with the leadership program and Orientations at the two schools I have attended (Kean and Ocean County College). I am looking to connect with someone that can give advice on what I should be looking for in a program, and then help with growth as I enroll and continue to achieve my goal of a Masters Degree.Bob Coffeycoffeyr1@msu.edu
CarterRoaneKeene State College alumniCarterGRoaneredsoxfan949@yahoo.comFree Agent Student Affairs Professional, background in Residence Life and Greek LifeI am an experienced Student Affairs professional who left the field for a number of years and am trying to get back in the field. I feel there is always room to learn and grow and gain knowledge and advice from other professionals. Looking for help and advice with interview skills. I feel I interview well but because I have been out of the field, I may have to approach an interview in a different manner than other candidates and am looking for help in that regard. Thank you!Stacey Pearson-WhartonUCFsmpearso@mail.ucf.edu
KristenRothfeldKent State University@kmrothfeldkmrothfeld@gmail.comStudent Assistant-Donor ServicesCover letter and resume. Interview prep, job search supportMallory BowerUNCP
KatieHartranftKent State University@khartranftkhartranft@gmail.comGreek Life and Student LeadershipI am a first year graduate student working toward M.S in Higher Education and College Student Personnel. I love my graduate assistantship and want to work in Student Involvement and Activities (including Greek Life and Student Leadership) following graduate. I also have interest in Orientation and Alumni Relations.Mike NeiduskiMaryville University of St. Louis
JenniferBrownLoyola University Chicago@jennbrown8jbrown14@luc.eduLeadership, Orientation, First Year ExperienceI am in my last semester at Loyola and will be graduating in May! Scary and exciting! I am looking to get some tips on the job search process, interviewing, cover letter writing, basically anything to do with finding the right first position. I have worked within and am interested in: Orientation, Leadership, First Year Experience, Career Development, Greek Life, and Student Activities. I am job searching primarily in the Chicago and Raleigh/Durham, NC area...but ultimately open to the east coast for the right position. Looking forward to getting some great tips and feedback!Amanda AntaraGeorgia State University
HenryShinLoyola University Chicagohshin2@luc.edu@hshin2Assistant Resident DirectorAnything and everything. Something I'd enjoy is chatting about introverted individuals & how to succeed as an introvert in Student Affairs.Bruce MannUniversity of Idaho Coordinator, volunteer programsMann@uidaho.edu@brucebmannAny
JuliaDuhanLoyola University Chicago@JuliaDuhanjulia.e.duhan@gmail.comAdmissions Assistant, University of Chicago Booth School of Business; Admissions Committee Member, Northwestern UniversityI'm a second year student graduating in May. I'm looking for resume and cover letter assistance, job search strategies and tips. Currently, I'm job searching in the Grand Rapids, MI area and hope to work in admissions, academic advising or study abroad, though I'm open to many types of experiences.Calley Stevens TaylorReading Area Community College
LeeAnnChomanicsLoyola University ChicagoN/ALChomanics@luc.eduEVOKE (Encourage Vocation Through Knowledge and Experience)I am a first year grad student working in a vocational discernment office. I am straight out of undergrad at the University of Dayton. I had a lot of experience there working in new student orientation, extended orientation, and community wellness offices. I am really interested in many aspects of higher education and would love to talk to someone about their journey and advice they have as I try to figure out my main interests and job options. Dan SchraederWright State University
ElizabethReyndersLoyola University Chicago@ElizKRelizreynders@gmail.comN/A (work part time in Student Services at University of Chicago Booth School of Business)I'm in my first year of graduate school and would love any advice on professional development, outlets for new SA professionals, insights about job searching and skills to develop. I am especially interested in Academic Advising/Affairs and Study Abroad Advising/international education (I worked at UC San Diego in the Programs Abroad Office as an undergrad). I am looking to expand my network and meet new, experienced professionals in the field from whom I can learn!Ed CabellonBridgewater State University
BrianaMathewLoyola University Chicago@Bri415Briana.Mathew@gmail.comOff Campus Student Life in Loyola ChicagoI will be graduating in May 2011 and would love assistance with resume, cover letter, interview skills and just overall support about the whole job search experience. I have an array of experiences that spans from my undergrad to my graduate work, so I am open to just about any job. I've worked in Residence Life, Activities, Orientation, Academic Advising, Off Campus/Commuter Relations, and Leadership. I loved each of these experiences so it's hard to choose just one that I would like to work in. I've been a city girl all my life, so getting a job in a city like place is important to me, but it is not a deal breaker. I just hope to just find someone to just mentor me through this process. Would love any help that I can get.Emory JordanSouthern Illinois University Carbondale
MelissaPollayLoyola University Chicago@helloitsmelmelissa.pollay@gmail.comStudent Conduct, but interested in Orientation, Advising, International Programs & Visitor ServicesI am a first year student in the Higher Ed program at Loyola Chicago. I worked in Res Life and Campus Tours as an undergrad, and then spent two years working in something similar to an off-campus student life office prior to attending grad school. I'm interested in Orientation, Advising, International (Study Abroad) Programs, Visitor Services, etc. I'm pretty open, at this point. I would love a mentor to bounce ideas off of, gain professional development advice, etc.Erin NunnOhio University
JessicaHaleyLoyola University Chicago@jessmhaleyjess.m.haley@gmail.com(n/a) Full-time in Faculty Administration as the part-time faculty coordinatorFirst year grad student, working fulltime and attending school part-time, with previous experience in student conduct. Undergrad experience in student government and student activities. Interested in professional development advice, expanding my network, assessment, research, social justice, diversity issues, and student development.James FrierTexas Tech University
SarahMcGinleyLoyola University Chicago@sarahruns10sarah.mcginley10@gmail.comN/A (part-time work in Loyola's Disability Office (SSWD) as Note Taker CoordinatorAdvice, tips, mentor on student affairs work, and life in general, as I continue my first year of graduate school. I am interested in Career Development and would love to find out more about getting into that field with a masters in Student Affairs (as I have heard most Career Counselors have Counseling backgrounds). Also, I am becoming more interested in Community Colleges, as well as Student Success departments in colleges and universities. Interview and job advice would be great too!Matt PistilliPurdue University
EmyCardozaLoyola University Chicago@emy_cardozaemy.cardoza@gmail.comN/A. I work with a non-profit that focuses on building interfaith cooperation on college and university campuses.I am a first year, part-time student at Loyola and am struggling to balance the demands of a job with coursework. I recently finished a MDiv. However, while pursuing that degree, I worked as a GA in my university's Office of Multicultural Affairs. Based on that, I decided to pursue a career in student affairs. I need help discerning what that'll look like and what type of position I would be best suited for.Melissa MorganCase Western University
AmyDerringerLoyola University Chicagoaderringer@luc.edu@amyderringerGraduate StudentSarah LauxSouthern Illinois University EdwardsvilleAssistant Director, Civic Engagementsarah.laux@gmail.com
KariStoneLoyola University New Orleans@karistonekariastone@gmail.comArea DirectorHousing and Residence LifeDenine RoccoThe University of AkronAssoc VP and Dean of Studentsdrocco@uakron.edu@deninerocco
xJenniferBrownMarshall@jennbrown8brown346@marshall.eduCareer ServicesSSAO
JenniferPrinceMeredith College@JenniferLPrinceprinceje@email.meredith.eduUG Work Study in Student Leadership, Service and Activities. Looking towards student affairs, specifically Leadership Development and Women's issues. Navigating 1st Job Search for a position that doesn't require masters and beginning to look towards grad school. Also looking at making the most of opportunities as undergrad to learn about the fieldBrenda BethmanUniv. of Missouri - KCbethmanb@umkc.edu
CraigBergerMiami University@CraigBergerbergercr@muohio.eduResidence LifeI am graduating in May from my Student Affairs and Higher Education masters program, and I will be applying to leadership positions, though I'll be specifically looking for anything with a civic engagement/service focus. I am looking at applying to schools in Virginia, specifically the Hampton Roads region. I am mainly looking for someone to talk to about this field or student affairs in general, as well as someone who can introduce me to a network of professionals in this subfield of student affairs. Any cover letter or resume reviewing is helpful, but not necessarily needed. Kevin ClearyUniversity of AZCoordinator, Student Programskevin.j.cleary@gmail.com@kevincleary
CatherineLewisMiami University@cllewis422cllewis422@gmail.comResidence LifeWith just starting Graduate School this year, I am currently trying to figure out where my interests lay in Student Affairs. My current interests include: First Year Programs, Student Activities, Academic Advising and Residence Life. I would like the opportunity to talk with professionals about their jobs and learn more about the opportunities available in the field. Laura LambethTexas Tech University
AmandaWilsonMiami University@amwilson03amwilson03@gmail.comCareer ServicesI will graduate in May 2011 with a M.S. in Student Affairs in Higher Education. I am conducting a national job search focused on opportunities in Career Services. I would to talk with professionals in this field about the job search as well as involvement, growth, and networking within the field. Personal and professional interest in existential aspects of career counseling. Lori BrasileWingate University
JoshFletcherMiami University@diverjosh10fletchj4@muohio.eduEducational Leadership TAI am interested in LGBTQ and multicultural affairs. I would like to discuss both areas and possible locations for summer internships. Melissa BrannenUniversity of South Carolina
AlexandraTroxellMiami University@allietrox14atroxell14@gmail.comResidence LifeI am a first year graduate student interested in Residence Life, Academic Advising, Career Services, Judicial Affairs, and Greek Life. I am currently looking for an internship in the any of the aforementioned fields over the summer, specifically during the month of June. I am focusing my search on east coast cities (mainly New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, D.C., Boston), but am open to any suggestions or offers.Valerie HeruskaUniversity of South Carolina
MeganBaldreeMiami University
KatrinaFloydMinnesota State University, Mankato@KatrinaFloydKatrinaMFloyd@gmail.comStudent Activities (emphasis in campus programming)I am a first year in the Counseling and Student Personnel: College Student Affairs at Minnesota State University, Mankato. I currently work with our campus programming board through Student Activities.Worked in undergrad as a Hall Director Career-wise I'm looking to go into Residential Life or Student Activities. Looking for a mentor to help bounce ideas off of, process my development, and help me become the best Student Affairs professional I can be!Andrea HartUniversity of New Mexico
JonTingleyMinnesota State University, Mankato@jontingleyjontignley@gmail.comResidence LifeI am a first year grad student in Residence Life. I'm not currently looking for job search info, but am interested in LGBTQIA issues, community health and student activities. I would just like a person to bounce ideas off of, as questions, and be a resource when that job search time comes again.Laurie BerryUniv of Southern Illinois
DesireeWalkerNortheastern UniversityD.walker@neu.edu@walker_desireeProgram and Event CoordinatorCampus activities, social justice, multicultural affairsDeb SmithUniversity of West GeorgiaArea Coordinator, Housing and Residence LifeDebra.smith28@gmail.com@d_smitty25
LoriLiebesmanNortheastern UniversityN/Alori.liebesman@gmail.comStudent ActivitesI am in my second year of graduate studies at Northeastern University in the College of Student Development and Counseling Program. I have been working as a graduate assistant in afterHOURS, Northeastern's late night music venue. I have also been completing a practicum in the Student Activities office at Boston University. I am beginning my job search and would love to receive resume and cover letter assistance.I am looking to work on the East Coast. Erin MorrellAlbertus Magnus College
MaryLentNortheastern UniversityN/Amaryelent@gmail.comAssistantship in Drug and Alcohol Education office, Practicum with Foundation Year - a first yer college access program for Boston students (www.neu.edu/foundationyear). I also have experience with admissions and financial aid.I am a 2nd year graduate student in the College Student Development & Counseling program at Northeastern. I worked in finance for 5 1/2 years before coming back to grad school for student affairs. I live in Boston and am tied to the Boston area for the next 4-5 years. I would love resume feedback and general mentorship. I am hoping to leverage my prior work experience in my job search and am wondering if there are any other career changers out there. I am interested in Health & Wellness, Academic Advising, and College Access / Bridge Programs (both community based and those at institutions of higher ed). Jeanette PassmoreOwens Community College
AmandaJohnsonNortheastern UniversityN/Aajohnson@une.eduAcademic AdvisingI am second year graduate student in the College Student Development and Counseling Program at Northeastern University. I have been working as a graduate assistant in an Advising/Counseling Center at a Community College and am very interested in this student population and the functional area of academic advising. I would be interested in help with cover letters, strengthening my resume, and a job search in academic advising in New England. Kristen RupertOhio State University
AnnaTakahamaNortheastern UniversityN/Aanna.takahama@gmail.comFull time Administrative Assistant at Northeastern University School of Law/Practicum Internship in Fraternity, Sorority, and Independent Living Groups at Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyI am second year in the College Student Development and Counseling Program at Northeastern. My interest range from orientation, service learning, student activities, fraternity/sorority life, LGBTQ Issues, and many more. I would love help with a national job search, resume, cover letter, doing a private job search (being in a role where your co-workers do not know you are job searching), etc. Meghan HarrOld Dominion University
SheenaKauppilaNorthern Arizona UniversityNAsheenakauppila@gmail.comAcademic Transition Programs (supervising Peer Instructors of Transition to College course)I am graduating in May with a M.Ed. Counseling, Student Affairs, and will be applying for positions with TRIO/EOP programs, or New Student/First Year Experience Programs. I am looking for someone who can help in the job search with resume/cover letter review, but also interview skills and advice. Also, some information about living in different parts of the country, and working for different types of institutions would be great, as I am very open with my job search. Joe GineseNichols College
HeilitBiehlNova Southeastern University@Heilithb367@nova.eduGraduate Assistant for Training & Development in the Office of Residential Life and HousingI was previously a Residence Director at Utah State University for three years before I came to South Florida to work on my M.S. in Student Affairs. I'm looking for someone who can help connect me to the profession in regards to the opportunities available outside of my immediate institution and in the larger Student Affairs field. I would like to build more relationships with fellow S.A. professionals as a resource to my campus, students, and self.I would like a mentor who can provide support and advice on career choices when I begin job hunting later this year and can help connect me with opportunities that enhance my strengths to better serve students.Carter Roaneredsoxfan949@yahoo.com@CarterGRoane
Kelley McCarthyNova Southeastern University@Amckrazy232kelleymccarthy1985@yahoo.comGA:Leadership Development Just finished my first semester. Interest: Leadership, orientation, first year students, res life. I'm looking for a mentor who is creative, been in the field for a while, someone who I can bounce ideas off of.Laura DaRosTufts University
Jose AaronHinojosaNova Southeastern Universityjh1774@nova.eduGraduate Assistant for the Special Events & Projects OfficeI am currently a first year graduate student in the M.S. College Student Affairs program. Prior to graduate school, I worked at Austin Community College for 4 years. I was responsible for overseeing the Student Life office at one of the campuses and served as the primary advisor for Student Government for almost 3 years. I am looking to connect with a Student Affairs professional to gain more knowledge on the field and learn about other trends in college campuses around the nation. I hope to gain a professional mentor from this program and look forward on getting feedback on being a successful Student Affairs practitioner.
ScottBusielOklahoma State Universityscott.busiel@okstate.eduResidential LifeThis year marks my second year as a Residence Director and second year in Oklahoma State's College Student Development Program. I have one year left and am looking for a mentor who will be able to provide me with advice as I job search next year. This summer, I'm working with Academic Initiatives in Residential Life and am hoping that this passion will eventual become a career.Harold FieldsRochester Institute of Technology
BrianLackmanOklahoma State University@BrianRLackmanlackman.brian@gmail.comDepartment of Campus LifeI am in my second year of graduate work at Oklahoma State University. Last year my assistantship was with our activities board. This year I work with our student organizations, website, and leadership development office. I've also been the co-coordinator of OSU's Welcome Week program, interned with our VPSA, & our Student Conduct Office. I'm really interested in student affairs. Looking to learn more about the field, connect with other professionals and grow more personally and professionally.Scott HelfrichCalifornia University of PAscotthelfrich@hotmail.com
JillPowellOklahoma State University@jillnicole34jill.powell10@okstate.eduResidential Life & HousingI'm in the midst of job searching this year. I will be working on my masters project, comprehensive exams, and of course resumes, cover letters, interviews, etc. I am interested in Residential Life, Orientation and teaching. I am not very tied down to one area, and am very flexible. I am also just interested in connecting and networking with professionals in the field!Tina K. HorvathSouthern Illinois University Carbondalethorvath@housing.siu.edu