Alumnae Career Counselor
Cori Ashworth, M.Ed., C.A.G.S., C.M.C. Director of Alumnae Career Engagement, provides career counseling and job search coaching for undergraduate and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences alumnae/i at all stages of their careers, at the College or by phone/skype. Contact Cori at (610) 526-5230 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: undergraduate alumnae less than 2 years out are served by the CPD's undergraduate counselors and should call 610-526-5174.
Kathy Marcolina MSS '85, Career Counselor, provides career counseling and job search coaching for Graduate School of Social Work & Social Research alumnae/i as well as current students. To arrange an appointment at GSSWSR, main campus or by phone/skype, call 610-526-5174 or email email@example.com.
Local Career Development Representatives
Eight cities across the country currently have CDRs. The CDRs plan local programs and serve as a link to local career resources. Most events are "Bi-Co-" events with Haverford and may be networking receptions, speaker events, or panels. Contact your local rep for information.
The Alumnae Association is pleased to provide an online directory to aid in your career investigations. The directory is password protected. If you do not already have a User ID and Password, please contact Megan Ward (firstname.lastname@example.org). The directory allows you to search by name, class year, geographical location, company name, industry and occupation. The online directory only contains career information on those alumnae/i that have granted their permission. Please contact Cori Ashworth at 610-526-5230 or email@example.com for additional support.
To view the many on-line resources linked through the Career and Professional Development, go to the CPD Alumnae Portal. Certain online resources will require the use of a password. You will be prompted to request an Access Code which will then reveal these passwords.
To post a job or internship for alumnae or students go to the CPD Employer Portal.
Join a Local Career Committee
Contact your local Career Development Representative and volunteer to serve on the career committee. You can help plan events or participate in a number of ways. You may even want to serve as the CDR when the position opens. We welcome your ideas for programming, program locations, and career resources. If your company has space for programs, let your CDR know.
Watch the website, your email, and your mail for notification of local events. Check our list of current events for something near you.
Sponsor an Extern
Consider allowing a BMC or HC student to shadow or work with you over their winter or spring vacation, a great way for them to learn about a career option. To request an extern email Amy Feifer (firstname.lastname@example.org),
List Positions at the CDO
Recent graduates and alumnae/i of BMC/HC make talented candidates for all kinds of employment. Consider listing opportunities at your company through the CPD. Job listings are also posted in Network News at no charge to employers. Contact Career and Professional Development at 610-526-5174 to provide job information.