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About Career Development

  • Career Development Staff 2019
    Location and Hours

    We're located in the Blackmore Library on the west end of the second floor. During the school year we're open from 8:30 am to noon and 1-5 pm
    Phone: 614-236-6606
    Email: CareerDevelopment@capital.edu

    Directions

    Directions and parking for Capital University‘s Bexley Campus  

    Ethical Standards

    Principles for Professional Practice

    Career Development Services Policies
    Students/Alumni 
    Employers

    Career Development Research and Presentations 
    2018 Employer Survey Results and Analysis
    Employer Survey Presentation Slides

    Vocation

    Classroom presentation notes
    Vocation Handout
    Job-Career-Vocation
    Arm-folding exercise
    Three Views on Vocation

  • Career Development Staff

    Eric New  

    Eric Anderson

    Director


    Eric works with students on major & career planning, internship & job preparation, and the graduate & professional school application process. He also serves as an advisor for Undeclared students, and works closely with faculty to deliver a broad range of classroom presentations on a variety of career topics.

    Eric’s articles and conference presentations include “Practical Exercises for Understanding Vocational Fit” (2017), “Free Will, Choice, and Discovery on the Career Voyage” (2015), “A Practical 'Happenstance' or 'Voyage' Exercise” (2014), “Stop Saying Career “Path”!” (2013) and “The future is actually behind us: why chaos and happenstance theories are counterintuitive” (2012).

     

    Eric New  

    Jennifer Vrobel

    AssOCIATE Director


    Jennifer works with students on career planning, internship & job preparation, works closely with our Peer Career Advisor program, and serves as the lead administrator for Capital’s job board. She also works with employers who are seeking Capital students and alumni, and coordinates Capital’s participation in the annual career fairs.

     

      Meet our 2019-20 Peer Career Advisor Team

    Amanda PCA 2019  

    Meet Amanda


    Amanda is a senior Journalism and Professional Writing major. She is a part of the English Honor Society, Sigma Tau Delta. After graduation, she plans on pursuing a career in editing.

     

    Brianna PCA 2019  

    Meet Brianna


    Brianna is a senior Honors student with a double major in Psychology and Adolescent/Young Adult Education. She is the captain of the Crusader Dance Team and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She’s involved in Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society where she serves as Vice President and Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society where she serves as Secretary. She is also a NASPA Certified Peer Educator.

     

    Dava PCA 2019  

    Meet Dava


    Dava is a senior Professional Writing major with a minor in Literature. She is the Chief Copy Editor of the Chimes and the Chaplain of the sorority Pi Phi Epsilon. In addition, she is the Editorial Intern at Ohio Cooperative Living magazine. After graduation, she would like to work in editing or publishing.

     

    Nic PCA 2019  

    Meet Nic


    Nic is a senior Criminology and Psychology double major with minors in Human Resource Management and Public Relations. He serves as the Ritual Chair for Sigma Alpha Beta Fraternity, the Vice-President of Operations for the Inter-Fraternity Council, and the President of Psi Chi Honors Psychology Organization. He is also working in the Office of Student and Community Engagement. After graduation, he is planning on pursuing his Masters in Forensic Psychology.

     

    Sam PCA 2019  

    Meet Sam


    Sam is a senior Public Relations major with a minor in Marketing. She is the Social Media Coordinator for the office and plans to work for a non-profit organization after graduation.

     

    Tronston PCA 2019  

    Meet Tronston


    Tronston is a senior Communications: Electronic Media & Film major with a minor in Marketing. He is the President of Ebony Brotherhood Association and the Spiritual Social Chair of The Students for the Advancement of Afrikan American Culture. He also is a Smooth Transitions Peer Mentor. After graduation, he hopes to pursue a career in Customer-Community building.