Employment Specialists provide career advising to students and connect employers to campus and community resources based on an organization's needs.
Linda Cooper, M.B.A., M.A.
260.665.4124 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Ketner School of Business | Franks School of Education | Undergraduate and Graduate programs (including Communication, Informatics, and Master of Science in Engineering Management)
Ms. Cooper is an adjunct faculty member for the Ketner School of Business, internship supervisor, and is a professionally certified practitioner of the Strong Interest Inventory® and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® career assessments. She advises students majoring in business, communication, education and informatics.
260.665.4123 | email@example.com
Allen School of Engineering & Technology and Co-op Program Manager
Ms. Johnson is the Cooperative Education Program Manager and is a professionally certified practitioner of the Strong Interest Inventory® and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® career assessments. She advises students majoring in engineering fields.
260.665.4279 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jannen School of Arts & Sciences | Ross-Rinker School of Health Sciences
Mr. Watson brings over a decade of experience in staffing and career development. He advises students majoring in the arts and sciences, criminal justice, psychology, and health sciences fields.
260.665.4978 | email@example.com
College of Graduate and Professional Studies | Continuing Education Programs
Ms. Sullivan advises students from the eight Trine Education Centers majoring in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Design Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Management, Psychology, as well as graduate school students.
The Employment Resource Center (formerly Career Services) is located on the second floor of the Jim and Joan Bock Center for Innovation and Biomedical Engineering.