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|A||3||Associate Director, Student Services||Karen||Ivyfirstname.lastname@example.org||(210)458-7136||As the Assistant Director of Student Services for the University Career Center, Karen Ivy provides oversight for the counseling group within the office, while also focusing on further developing programs for our graduate students in Master's and Doctoral programs. She has her Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology and has finished her coursework for her Doctorate of Educational Psychology, both from Texas A&M University in College Station. Previously, she has worked with college students regarding issues in personal deveolopment as well as being involved in a grant project with high school students in the Rio Grande Valley, assisting them with career planning and adjustment to college. She is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), National Career Development Association (NCDA), Southern Association of Colleges and Employers (SoACE), and locally, San Antonio Colleges and Universities Career Center Association (SACUCCA). Karen sits on the Recruiting District Assistance Council (RDAC), a regional U.S. Navy committee, as well as a member of the Professional Development committee with SACUCCA. She has worked at the UTSA Career Center since 2006.|
|A||2||Associate Director, Technology||Yvonne||H.||Gonzalezemail@example.com||(210)458-4109|
|A||4||Assistant Director, Employer Relations||Otis||Scott Jr.||Otis.Scott@utsa.edu||(210)458-4780|
|A||5||Assistant Director,DT Campus||Kimberly||Watts Hoggatt||Kimberly.Hoggatt@utsa.edu||(210)458-2914|
|C||1||College of Architecture||Kimberly||Watts Hoggatt||Kimberly.Hoggatt@utsa.edu||(210)458-2914||
Career planning is an integral part of your four-year experience here at UTSA. And, for architecture majors in particular, career exploration during these four years is critical. I'm here to help you make decisions about the path that you will pursue upon graduation and I look forward to helping you make a smooth transition after college.
Kimberly earned a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Political Science from The University of the Incarnate Word in December 1997, a Juris Doctor from The University of Texas School of Law at Austin in May 2001, and a Master of Arts in Counseling from The University of Texas at San Antonio in December 2009. She completed studies abroad in both Guanajuato, Mexico and Kumamoto, Japan. She is passionate about cultural exchange, higher education, and career discernment. She has presented at the American Counseling Association’s national conference on the use of career assessments, and has spent the better part of the last decade working in Career Services. Kimberly looks forward to working with students and faculty on the Downtown Campus to further develop the available career opportunities and services provided.
|C||2||College of Business||Penny||Powers||Penny.Powers@utsa.edu||(210)458-4766||
Career planning is an integral part of your four-year experience here at UTSA. And, for business majors in particular, career exploration during these four years is critical. We are here to help you make decisions about the path that you will pursue upon graduation and we look forward to helping you make a smooth transition after college.
Penny works as a Career Counselor primarily serving students in the College of Business. Penny's professional experience includes career development coaching; multiple managerial and trainer positions with corporate, nonprofit, state and federal organizations; public speaking (local to international), and technical writing. She has also owned and operated several small businesses and is a certified communications coach. She co-authored a book, Goals and Proven Strategies, with Steven Covey, Les Brown, Dr. John Gray and others.
Prior to joining the University Career Center, Penny taught Business Communication with the UTSA College of Business. She has taught at multiple colleges throughout San Antonio for over 5 years. As a representative of the UTSA College of Business Center for Professional Excellence, she served as the Business Writing trainer with JP Morgan Chase and has taught courses for the UTSA paralegal program.
Penny enjoys inspiring students to identify and reach their career goals. She earned a Master of Arts in Communication, graduating with honors from St. Mary’s University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in education from the University of Texas at San Antonio.
|C||3||College of Business, Career Counselor II||Lauren||Hoffmannfirstname.lastname@example.org||210-458-4767||
Lauren Hoffman joined the UTSA Career Center in September 2014 as a Career Counselor for students in the College of Business. Prior to becoming a Roadrunner, Lauren spent one year at Palo Alto College working as a Student Success Advisor in the Center for Academic Transitions. During her time at Palo Alto College Lauren focused on career services- which included assisting students with career guidance, mock interviews, resume reviews, and job searching, in addition to planning career-related workshops and events. Lauren received her Masters Degree in Higher Education Administration & Student Personnel from Kent State University in 2013.
Lauren is a member of ACPA-College Student Educators International and is actively pursuing certification as a Global Career Development Facilitator through the Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) and the National Career Development Association (NCDA).
|C||4||College of Education and Human Development||Michael||Zucker||Michael.Zucker@utsa.edu||(210)458-7138||
Career planning is an integral part of your four-year experience here at UTSA. And, for liberal arts majors in particular, career exploration during these four years is critical. I'm here to help you make decisions about the path that you will pursue upon graduation and I look forward to helping you make a smooth transition after college
Mike Zucker is the Career Counselor that is designated to work with students in the College of Education and Human Development. Mike has been with UTSA Career Center for over 5 years. He is a graduate of UTSA and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Mike has also completed his Master of Arts degree in Community/School Counseling. Mike enjoys spending his free time volunteering in the community to coach youth basketball. He coached Team San Antonio to the Bronze medal at the 2007 Maccabi games and the consolation Gold medal at the 2010 Maccabi Games in Denver. Mike has also presented at national conferences on issues such as workplace diversity and career placement. Mike is also currently serving as the staff advisor for the COLFA Council, a Student Organization here at the University of Texas at San Antonio and has served as a staff representative on the NCAA Recertification Committee for UTSA. Mike has also taught the COU 2103 Personal Career Planning Class for the previous 4 semesters..
|C||5||College of Engineering||David||P;||Gomez, Jr.||David.Gomez@utsa.edu||(210)458-8571||
David P. Gomez, Jr. is the Career Counselor for the College of Engineering, where he will be working with students to help them determine their career path. Prior to joining UCC, he was the Project Manager for the UTSA TRiO Upward Bound Math and Science — San Antonio Program, where he helped guide local area high school students in electing to pursue a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) major, in college. Before coming to Texas and UTSA, David had an 18 year career in higher education, in the New Jersey Educational Opportunity Fund Program, an academic support and financial aid program for academically and economically disadvantaged college students, where he served as a Recruiter, Student Development Specialist and a Program Director.
David is also a 10 year United States Military Veteran, having served on active duty in both the Air Force and Army in several occupational specialties, including: Radio Operator, Microwave Communication Systems Technician, and Unit Supply Non-Commissioned Officer. Currently, he is active in his community as a volunteer at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, in San Antonio, where he serves as a Catechist, Choir Member and a Fourth Degree Knight in the Knights of Columbus. David completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology at Queens College, The City University of New York, and a Master of Arts in Education degree, with honors, in Psychological Studies, at Seton Hall University, in South Orange, New Jersey. His goal is to provide exceptional service in helping UTSA students develop and realize their educational and career goals through guidance, mentorship and instilling the values of UTSA..
|C||6||College of Liberal and Fine Arts||Mysti||Frazieremail@example.com||(210)458-6850||
Mysti nghnFrazier is a proud UTSA Alumni, earning her Master of Arts in Counseling in December 2011. She is now one of two Career Counselors focusing on students in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts (COLFA) in the University Career Center (UCC). Since receiving her Bachelor's in Psychology from Texas A&M University in 2005, Mysti has worked in various non-profit education and social service agencies around Texas including: Bryan Independent School District, The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc., and Merced Housing Texas.
She has worked in 5 different UTSA Departments in the past 4 years, including an internship for 2 semesters with the UCC in 2011. She is a National Certified Counselor, a member of the National Career Development Association, and has previously served as the Co-Editor of a national newsletter for the Association of Creativity in Counseling. Mysti cannot be happier to provide career development services to COLFA students and she is looking forward to meeting with you.
|C||6||College of Liberal and Fine Arts||Marshall||Uhligfirstname.lastname@example.org||(210) 458-7487||
He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2009 from UTSA and his Master of Arts in Counseling in 2012 from UTSA as well. He is one of two Career Counselors that assist College of Liberal and Fine Arts students. Marshall has held various job titles at UTSA over the years including, being a Resident Advisor, Graduate Assistant, Student Development Specialist, Academic Advisor, and in his current role as a Career Counselor.
Marshall has been an active member in the society in San Antonio since coming to San Antonio in 2007. He has founded two Psychology Clubs while in his undergrad, one at Northeast Lakeview College and the other at UTSA. He was a leader in various Christian organizations on campus while enrolled at UTSA. Marshall has worked with non-profits in the area helping at-risk teenagers learn skills needed to be successful in adulthood. Marshall is a member of the American Counseling Association.
|C||8||College of Public Policy||Dionne||Davilaemail@example.com||(210)458-2078||
As the Career Counselor for the College of Public Policy (COPP) at the downtown campus, Dionne Davila-Granados serves students and alumni by helping them with various levels of career exploration to development needs to include such services as: career assessments, job search help, resume assistance, internship search, mock interview help, and special topic workshops (i.e. What can I do with my major; Salary Negotiations, Selecting a Major). Dionne is also the point of contact for students interested in the US Marshals' Co-Op program. Dionne is a two time graduate from UTSA where she earned both her B.A. in Psychology and her M.A in Counseling. She has 12 years of experience in the Counseling/Social Service field, of which, 6 years has been with UTSA and has over 6 years of experience teaching at the university. Currently, she teaches a Personal Career Planning course (COU 2103) to undergraduate students and is the Social Media Committee Chair for the University Career Center where she helps moderate and oversee the various social media platforms for the Career Center. Her professional interest areas include Career Development for First-Generation students, Social Media for Professional Development and Social Media's impact on Student Engagement. In addition, she frequently facilitates and presents on StrengthsQuest and the theories/principles proposed by strengths psychology and how others can apply those principles to their career, academics, and personal life.
|C||9||College of Sciences||Rachel||Enochsfirstname.lastname@example.org||(210)458-5500||
Career planning is an integral part of your four-year experience here at UTSA. And, for Science majors in particular, career exploration during these four years is critical. I'm here to help you make decisions about the path that you will pursue upon graduation and I look forward to helping you make a smooth transition after college.
As a Career Counselor at UTSA, Rachel Enochs focuses primarily on assisting students whose majors are within the College of Sciences. She also serves as the liaison between the Career Center and the Health Professions Office. Rachel received her Master’s Degree in Counseling and Guidance with an emphasis in Student Affairs and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, both from Texas State University- San Marcos, where she also completed an internship in the Career Services office in 2009. Previously, she worked as an academic advisor in the College of Sciences at UTSA, assisting students with scheduling and degree plans. Rachel has given presentations at the regional and national conference level on topics ranging from Advising Student Veterans to College Mental Health issues. She is a UTSA ally, serves as the advisor for the Oak Hills College Student Ministry, and is a member and former fellow of the Texas Association of College and University Student Personnel Administrators.
|C||10||Freshman and Undeclared Majors||Heidi||Sawyeremail@example.com||(210)458-4767||
A degree alone is not enough. If you want to stand out of the crowd, let's maximize your potential with the proper career planning and start taking initiative. I look forward to guiding you in discovering your unique skills and strengths and assisting in achieving your future career goals.
Heidi Sawyer is one of two Career Counselors for the College of Business. Prior to joining the University Career Center, Heidi worked as an Academic Advisor in the College of Sciences at UTSA for two years. As an academic advisor, she specialized in working with academic probation students through the Strategies for Academic Success program and presented at the UTSA Advising Conference on using a holistic approach to student’s success. Heidi received her Masters Degree in Professional Counseling from Southeastern University.
In addition, she has worked as a Senior Admission Counselor and a Counseling Intern in the University Counseling Center at Southeastern University. Heidi is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern working on completing her hours and plans to become fully licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor in 2014. She has been involved in several professional organizations, including memberships in the National Academic Advising Association (NCADA), American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) and American Psychological Association (APA). Heidi is a UTSA Ally and a group facilitator at the Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas.
|C||11||Student Athletes, Health & Kinesiology||Stefanie||Cisnerosfirstname.lastname@example.org||(210)458-7730||
Career planning is an integral part of your four-year experience here at UTSA. And career exploration during these four years is critical. I'm here to help you make decisions about the path that you will pursue upon graduation and I look forward to helping you make a smooth transition after college.
Stefanie Cisneros is currently the Career Counselor for all Student-Athletes. She graduated from UTSA in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and in 2008 with a Master of Arts degree in Community Counseling. Her tenure at the UTSA Career Center Office spans over 10 years. During this time, she has had the opportunity to speak to national audiences through presentations at the National Career Development Association Annual Conference, American Humanics Management Institute, California Association for Counseling and Development Regional Conference, and as a co-presenter at the National Careers Conference. Her professional affiliations have included membership in the National Career Development Association (NCDA), South Texas Counseling Association (STCA), National Association for Colleges and Employers (NACE), and the Texas Cooperative Education and Internship Association (TXCEIA).
|C||12||Generalist and Veteran Career Counselor||Audrey||Magnusonemail@example.com||(210)458-6846||Career planning and professional development is an integral part of your four-year experience here at UTSA. Our talented team of professionals at the Career Center are here to help you make decisions about the path that you will pursue upon graduation and we look forward to helping you make a smooth transition after college.||
Audrey Magnuson is the Director of the University Career Center and has been with the University of Texas at San Antonio since January 2007. She provides direction and oversight to the programming and activities for student services and works with each college career counselor to specifically tailor services to the needs of the students and special student populations. She also is involved in the development and delivery of customized professional development courses and events. She has a Masters Degree in Human Resources Development and Management. She has worked in various levels of the Career Counseling field to include Vocational training and local Industry Cluster training development, higher education and curriculum development, career counseling, planning and assessment for students from High School to professional clients seeking a career change. She is also a 23 year Military Veteran and understands their unique needs. She is a member of the Texas Cooperative Education and Internship Association, National Association of College and Employers, National Career Development Association, Southern Association of Colleges and Employers and the American Society of Engineering Education.
|C||13||Alumni, Career Counselor II||Bennett||Grey||Bennett.firstname.lastname@example.org||(210)458-4593||
|As the alumni career counselor, Bennett brings 6 years of career services experience to the UTSA career center. His educational background includes a Bachelor’s in Sociology from the University of Texas at Austin, a Bachelor’s in Education from Central Washington University and a Master’s in Counseling and Guidance from Texas State University-San Marcos.
His professional work experience includes 5 years of public school teaching in Alaska, Texas and North Carolina. Bennett is also a United States Army veteran having served overseas in an infantry unit. Currently he is an adjunct faculty member in the psychology departments at Northwest Vista College and San Antonio College.
Outside interests for Bennett include running various races locally and nationwide. He has competed in several events including the Boston marathon, the Chicago marathon (3 times) and the Houston marathon (2 times).
Bennett is prepared to facilitate further success and exploration for alumni whether they are newly minted Roadrunners seeking guidance for their first professional career or seasoned alumni transitioning to a new career calling.
|E||1||Assist. Director of Career Services||Otis||Scott||Otis.Scott@utsa.edu||(210)458-4780|
|E||2||Program Development Manager||Morris||Ellingtonemail@example.com||(210)458-6844|
|S||1||Administrative Services Officer I||Marcela||Cabello||Marcella.Cabello@utsa.edu||(210)458-4860|
|S||3||Downtown Welcome Desk Supervisor||Terre||Torresfirstname.lastname@example.org||(210)458-2910|
|S||2||Welcome Desk Supervisor||Lisa||Ojeda||Lisa.Ojeda@utsa.edu||210-458-4864|