To the SoHE Community:
I am excited to announce that Danielle Croegaert will join the Student Academic Affairs & Career Development Office in the School of Human Ecology (SoHE) as our new Employer Relations Coordinator/Career Advisor effective February 1 2019.
This is a brand new position for SoHE that will help coordinate and manage employer relations, recruiting services and events, and employer-focused marketing and communications on behalf of the entire School. In addition, Danielle will serve as a career advisor to undergraduate students in the Consumer Science department.
Many of you are all already familiar with Danielle, as she has been working as the Assistant Director of the Kohl’s Center for Retailing for the past two and a half years, where she assists Jerry O’Brien in developing and maintaining relationships with retailing industry employers, professional organizations and alumni. In addition, she has helped coordinate experiential learning opportunities for and currently serves as a career advisor to Retailing & Consumer Behavior (RCB) students, along with co-teaching the Retail Leadership Symposium.
Prior to her work with the Center, Danielle was a Campus Life Advisor at Sonoma State University where she supported and advised 100 student organizations. She also brings to this new role the employer perspective from her work as an Assistant Store Manager for Kohl’s Department Stores in Milwaukee post-graduation.
We are very excited for Danielle to take on this new role for our School, which will begin on February 1st.
Please join me in congratulating Danielle!
Alicia Hazen, Director of Career & Leadership Development
School of Human Ecology | 608-265-6467 | email@example.com
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