Career and Student Employment Services offers a satellite office located within the Parkview Advising Complex at E-102. Although specifically serving students within the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, this satellite office is available to all students. Drop-in career advising is especially helpful to students who are looking for help with:
Cafe Critique, Parkview Cafe:
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, noon to 2pm.
Students and alumni can also schedule an in-person appointment by calling (269) 387-2745.
The Career and Student Employment Services office provides students and alumni with services and programs focusing on finding employment, exploring options and career management including:
Career and Student Employment Services also partners with employers to provide career development opportunities including:
If you are an employer who wants to become more involved with CEAS or its students and alumni, click here.
Julie Carr, MBA, MA
Career Development Specialist
Office: (269) 387-2745
Julie Carr joined Career and Student Employment Services in 2013 as a Career Development Specialist. In this role, she serves as a career advisor and as the liaison to the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Carr previously worked in the Chicago finance industry as well as the non-profit arena. She has a bachelor's degree in Finance, an M.B.A., and a Master of Arts in Counselor Education Counseling Psychology, all from Western Michigan University. Carr enjoys sharing her real-world experience with students as they develop their academic and career pathways. Outside of work, her favorite thing to do is travel and experience new cultures.
Career Services Graduate Assistant
Office: (269) 387-2745
Kelsey Nimmo is a graduate assistant liaison to the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. She is a graduate student in WMU's Counselor Education master's program with concentrations in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling as well as Substance and Drug Abuse. A 2011 Bronco alumna, Nimmo completed her undergraduate career in Behavioral Psychology, Anthropology, and Gender & Women's Studies. As an undergraduate, she actively participated in leadership professional development opportunities and was President of an RSO at WMU. As a helping professional, Nimmo enjoys blending her background in psychology, counseling, education, and multicultural affairs in helping WMU students to achieve their career goals.