Director of Career and Professional Development
Cooley Hall 308
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Jen Spataro-Wilson is the Director of Career and Professional Development. She holds a bachelor of arts from Campbell University in Public Relations and a master of arts from West Virginia University in Communication Studies. Jen has worked in higher education in several capacities, including admissions and alumni relations and annual fund. She provides workshops, career counseling appointments, resume critiques, classroom presentations and related assistance to Career Services constituents. Jen is a strong proponent of helping SU students further their career goals. Read about Jen’s major and career exploration
Assistant Director of Career Services
Cooley Hall 316
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Amanda Grantham is the Assistant Director of Career Services. She holds a bachelor of arts in English from Shepherd University and a master of arts in College Student Development and Administration also from Shepherd University. Amanda has worked in higher education both in and out of the classroom and has a passion for learning outside of the traditional classroom setting.
Career Education Coordinator
Cooley Hall 312
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Amanda Dixon is the Career Education Coordinator. She holds a bachelor of arts in Psychology and Spanish from Radford University and a master of arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management from Appalachian State University. Amanda has taught a variety of classes in higher education prior to joining Career Services. She hopes to guide students in discovering and achieving their future career.
Employer Relations Coordinator
Cooley Hall 310
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Rachel Lombardo is the Employer Relations Coordinator. She holds a bachelor of arts from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania in biology and plans to pursue her master’s degree at Shenandoah University in the near future. Rachel has held positions in a varietyof student service roles during her undergraduate career including Peer Mentor of SRU’s First-Year Leader Scholar Program and University Alumni Association Ambassador. She is excited for the opportunity to use her experiences to assist others as they explore their own unique career paths and provide a basis for connecting students to valuable learning resources.