Faculty & Staff
The Greene Center recognizes the important relationship that the University’s faculty and staff have with their students. While we offer a number of services to assist students in transforming their interests and education into meaningful careers, we also invite our faculty to collaborate in this process. If you find yourself discussing topics like career paths, internships, graduate school admissions, or conducting pre-major advising with a student we invite you to contact us regarding any materials, referrals, or program support that we may be able to offer. Below you will find additional resources available to you as a faculty and staff members.
Faculty and staff are invited to attend one of the Career Partners Program offered throughout the year, or request one for their department. This interactive workshop aims to support career-related conversations with students and explores several topics centered around career design and education, the future of work, career readiness, and experiential learning. In addition to being featured in our upcoming Career Partners Profiles on social media, faculty and staff who complete the program will also receive an invitation to our Career Partners Happy Hour along with a gift bag to thank you for your partnership!
As you begin to integrate career concepts into your syllabi, keep in mind that the Greene Center has the following options available to you:
- Absent Professor Program - If you are unable to be in class, consider using the Absent Professor Program to schedule a Greene Center professional to meet with your class and provide a 15-30 minute presentation on any career-related topic. Before our presentation, we can take care of pertinent administrative tasks such as checking roll or making announcements.
- Scheduled Presentation to Class - Presentations are not limited to just the Absent Professor Program. If your learning topics incorporate talking points related to career paths, one of our staff members can present in conjunction with you. Popular topics include:
- Career decision making & career exploration
- Experiential education such as internships, jobs, or volunteer experiences
- Post-graduation planning for things like job search strategies & graduate school prep
- NACE Career Competencies regarding the skills employers are currently seeking in the job market
- Department Meetings Attendance - Greene Center professionals can attend departmental meetings and learn about you and your students’ unique needs
For more information please contact Christina Pero.
To request a faculty or staff account, please click here.
To refer a student to our office, submit this online form.
To refer a professional resource or connection, click here.
If you would like to share news and updates about a particular student or graduate with our office, click here.