Career Enrichment Network

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The Career Enrichment Network is a resource for Liberal Arts students who are seeking opportunities to engage in career-related, international, and professional development activities.

Check out the Network resources that can help you with your search for:

The links above provide more details on each of these resources/services.

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Office Address and Contact Information

Career Enrichment Network
The Pennsylvania State University
101 Sparks Building
University Park, PA 16802

Phone: (814) 865-1070
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 Information for Faculty/Staff

 

Jillian Balay

  • Communication and Stewardship Coordinator

jeb52@psu.edu

Brenda Colby

  • Career Coach
101 Sparks Building

(814) 865-1070

bll36@psu.edu

Lauren Granese

  • Student and Alumni Relations Coordinator

101 Sparks Building

(814) 865-1070

leg5147@psu.edu

Stacey Hoffman

  • Program Coordinator
101 Sparks Building

(814) 865-1070

sae111@psu.edu

Chelsea Keen

  • Global Experiences Manager

101 Sparks Building

(814) 865-1070

cer19@psu.edu

Susan Knell

  • Director, Career Enrichment Network

101 Sparks Building

(814) 865-1070

sek104@psu.edu

Katie Wysocki

  • Assistant Director

101 Sparks Building

(814) 865-1070

kmw30@psu.edu

View more Student Profiles

Profiles of Liberal Arts majors participating in a variety of enrichment experiences, such as internships, education abroad programs, for undergraduate research.

  • Kye Mitchell Kye Mitchell

    '91 General Arts and Sciences | Chief Operations Officer, Kforce, Inc. | Tampa, FL

  • Allison (Frederick) Barycki Allison (Frederick) Barycki

    '13 International Politics, History, Spanish | Senior Event Producer and Creative Director, Bond Events | Washington, D.C.

  • Elizabeth Bower Elizabeth Bower

    '97 History | Litigation Partner, Willkie Farr & Gallagher | Washington, D.C.

  • Christine MacAulay Christine MacAulay

    '05 International Politics | Middle East Regional Platform Program Officer, USAID | Frankfurt, Germany

  • Jamie Grossman Young Jamie Grossman Young

    '79 Speech Communication | President, Three Limes Media | Washington, D.C.

  • Jim McJunkin Jim McJunkin

    '82 Administration of Justice | Vice President, Chicago Cubs | Chicago, IL

  • Dennis Jackman Dennis Jackman

    '76 Sociology | Senior Vice President of Public Affairs, CSL Behring Biopharmaceuticals | King of Prussia, PA

  • Frances Burden Frances Burden

    ’09 Crime, Law, and Justice (Ph.D.) | Principal and Co-Founder, Ad Hoc Analytics | Washington, D.C.

View more Alumni Profiles

These profiles of Liberal Arts alumni provide a glimpse into career choices and job search strategies for current students. Find out how our alums, both recent and seasoned, got to where they are today, and connect with them to expand your professional network.

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