University Career Center Staff
Career Services Staff at Georgia College
University Career Center
• Michelle Berg, Internship Coordinator
• Mary Roberts, Director
• Sarah Schanck, Job Development Consultant
• Michell Mitchell
• Career Peer Advisors
The University Career Center in partnership with our four colleges, use Career Connection to post jobs to students.
The University Career Center is a university wide service that is available for all students and alumni, regardless of major.
Mary Roberts, Director
Mary has led the University Career Center since 2007 and has worked in the career services and higher education field for over ten years. In addition to managing the department, she also advises students about the graduate school application process and works with seniors and alumni during the job search. Mary has a M.Ed. in Student Personnel Services from the University of South Carolina and a B.A. in English from Presbyterian College. Currently, Mary is also a student in the Student Affairs Leadership Ed.D. program at the University of Georgia. Mary is a past chair of the University System Committee for Career Services and the Georgia Careers Consortium.
Mary is also the advisor of the Georgia College chapter of Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity.
Sarah Schanck, Job Development Consultant
Sarah joined the staff in 2010 and works directly with employers who want to recruit at Georgia College. In addition to coordinating campus interviews and networking events such as our Senior Picnic, Sarah also provides advisement services to our graduates students. Sarah has a B.B.A. in Marketing and Management from Mercer University and previously worked as a Community Manager for the American Cancer Society. Sarah will also be a student this fall in the Higher Education Administration M.Ed. Program at Georgia Southern University. Sarah is the secretary for the Georgia Careers Consortium and currently serves as the conference co-chair for the Georgia Association of Colleges and Employers.
Sarah is also the Staff Council Delegate for the Division of Student Affairs at Georgia College.
Michelle Berg, Internship Coordinator
Michelle has been at GC since 2008 and works with our university internship programs. In addition to preparing students for the internship search, she also works with students as they explore majors and career options. She also serves as a liaison between students, faculty, and employers during the internship process. Michelle is a National Certified Counselor and has a M.S. and Education Specialist in Professional Counseling from Georgia State University as well as a B.S. in Psychology from Agnes Scott College. Michelle serves as Co-Chair of the Experiential Learning Committee for the Georgia Association of Colleges and Employers.
Michelle is also the advisor for Georgia College chapter of Circle K and is an active member of Kiwanis.
||Michelle Mitchell, Office Coordinator
||Ashley Lollar, Graduate Assistant
The University Career Center staff are affiliated with the following career development and employment professional organizations:
• National Association of Colleges & Employers
• Georgia Association of Colleges & Employers
• Southern Association of Colleges & Employers
• Society of Human Resource Management - Atlanta
• Georgia Career Development Association
• Atlanta Association of Healthcare Recruiters
• Georgia Careers Consortium
Meet with a Career Services
As a GC student, you have access
to Career Services professionals on
campus who can give you advice on
your resume as well as your job and
career search. Find out the latest job
search trends so that your resume and
interview will outshine other candidates.
Alumni can also schedule appointments
if they are going to be on campus.
Graduate students in Macon and
Warner Robins should ask about
opportunities to meet at the Macon
Appointments can be used for
discussing the following topics:
• Exploring majors and careers
• Reviewing results from a career
assessment you took in Counseling
• Looking for internships
• Developing a resume
• Writing a cover letter
• Research grad school options
• Networking to locate a part-time job
• Creating a job search strategy
• Preparing for an interview or career
• And anything else that is career
To make an appointment with a Career
Center staff member, contact Pam
Spires at 478-445-5384 or via email.