Information for Faculty and Staff 

 
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Career Services uses a liaison model to meet the specific needs of students, staff and faculty. Each liaison serves as a valuable resources for a particular area, and can assist with providing specific career readiness workshops and programs.

For more information please contact Career Services at (678) 839-6431 or at careers@westga.edu. We look forward to partnering with you. 

Career Services Liaisons

  • Wolf
     

    Vacant

    Career Counselor

    College of Arts and Humanities
    College of Education- Professional Counseling
    Undeclared

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    Kristi Conner
    Career Development Specialist
    Richards College of Business
    College of Science and Mathematics

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    Lauren Johnson

    Associate Director of Career Development

    Tanner Health System School of Nursing
    College of Education-Sports Management
  •  jasmine
    Jasmine Posey

    Career Counselor

    College of Social Science

    College of Education- Undergraduates

    Undeclared  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Request a presentation 

Career Services team members present on a wide range of topics designed to help students enhance their career readiness skills. 

Requests are granted based on availability and are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. We ask that you make your request at least 10 business days prior to your desired date. Presentations can be requested between 8:00 am – 7:00 pm, Monday – Thursday and 8:00 am – 5:00 pm on Fridays. For after hours or weekend presentations, please contact Career Services directly. All presentations require approximately one hour of class time. We recommend you select no more than one topics per class period.

To request a presentation, please use our online form.

Don't Cancel Class Campaign!

Planning on canceling class? Don't... If you are unable to teach a class, Career Services might be able to fill in. We can present to your students on our services, major-specific topics, resume-building and more! Schedule your request today. 

 

 Additional Resources

 interviewstream

 InterviewStream provides students an opportunity to digitally record multiple practice interviews using a home computer (equipped with a web-cam and updated software) or the available Apple or Android apps. Through InterviewStream, students can access interview tips from professionals, select interview questions to practice, and e-mail completed interviews to Career Services professionals, professors, or employers. This is a great tool for a student taking online classes, or for whose with busy schedules. To register click the interviewstream image below.

wolWolfWorks is a job searching tool for students, alumni, and employers. Full-time and part-time job opportunities and upcoming events are posted here. To learn more about WolfWorks click the imagine above. Additional event postings are located on the Career Services main page.

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 Vault is the world’s leading source of Career Intelligence. It will make your efforts at researching employers, industries, and career subjects infinitely easier and more efficient. Whether you are just exploring possible career paths or you are ready for your interview, Vault can help!  Download career titles on different Industries, Companies, and general Career Topics for FREE!

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The Student Externship Program. We partnered with alumni and employers to offer opportunities for students to shadow professionals in the career field of their choice. To learn more about our Student externship Program click here

National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) -How to Write a Reference Letter Article 

CAREER SERVICES FACULTY RECOGNITION AWARD

Career Services annually recognizes faculty who have demonstrated partnership and collaboration with our office, in the effort to support students' professional development. 

The Career Services 2016-2017 Faculty Recognition Winner is


awardDr. Ann McCleary
Professor and Director of the Public History Center 
College of Arts and Humanities - History
  • Biography
    Get to know Dr. Ann McCleary

    Ann McCleary is the Professor and Director of the Public History Center here at the University of West Georgia. She is a seasoned professor who received her Bachelor's in History at Occidental College in 1976, her Masters in American Civilization at Brown University in 1977, and her Doctorate's in American Civilization at Brown University in 1996.

    At the University of West Georgia she teaches an abundance of History courses, some include Studies in American Culture, History of American Architecture, and so much more. Dr. McCleary work has also been published several times. To learn more about Dr.McCleary click here