Welcome New IAC Career Educator Camille Liverpool

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Camille Liverpool and Kyle Poe will be charged with supporting the career development needs of all Ivan Allen College undergraduate students.

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Camille and Kyle Poe will be charged with supporting the career development needs of all Ivan Allen College undergraduate students. Camille joins us from the University of Georgia Career Center where she served as a Lead Career Consultant for the Terry College of Business. In this role, she supported students studying several majors including marketing and management information systems. Camille believes career services is the area she can best serve students during their time in college as she helps them determine how their values align with their career path.

As the second career educator at Georgia Tech for Ivan Allen College, Camille will contribute to growing the success of the Institute’s career education initiative by:

  • Creating opportunities and programs to identify career paths and to secure internships and/or cooperative education (co-ops);
  • Creating career education content that is relevant and deliverable in multiple forms;
  • Facilitating programs, training, classroom presentations, and career coaching for students;
  • Supporting Career Center and Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts initiatives to create and activate a robust career ecosystem that serves students pursuing majors from diverse disciplines; and
  • Developing strong relationships with students, faculty, staff, academic advisors, and Career Center staff.

Camille received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Florida and then her Master's degree in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University in Ohio. She is a member of the Southern Association of College and Employers and has served on the Awards Nominations Committee in the pas

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  • Created On: Jun 18, 2021 - 10:50am
  • Last Updated: Jun 18, 2021 - 10:58am