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Adapting & Reimagining Resources During COVID-19: A Panel Discussion

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 | 12:00 - 1:00 PM EDT

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, career centers around the country have had to adapt swiftly to a new normal. Despite the challenges, many offices are making it work through reimagining existing resources, adding new programming to their offerings, and thinking of innovative ways to stretch budgets and other resources. In this webinar, we will talk with two career services professionals who have helped their respective teams adapt to pandemic-related constraints. They will offer advice on how fellow career services professionals can also be creative and mindful during these challenging times, while still creating unique opportunities for students. 


  • Tracey Hanton, Assistant Director of Career Services, Purdue University Fort Wayne

    Tracey Hanton is the Assistant Director of Career Services at Purdue University Fort Wayne. She serves as the Career liaison for diverse student populations and affinity groups. She has 11 years of experience in career services in a community college setting prior to coming to Purdue in 2019. She has been active with EACE since she joined in 2017. She is the recipient of the EACE 2019 Rising Star Awardee. She is a Philadelphia native, she has 2 grown sons and 1 adorable 4 year old grand son.

  • Catherine Cosgrove, M.Ed., CAGS, Coordinator of Career Planning, Middlesex Community College 
    Catherine started at MCC in October of 2018. As a member of the MCC Career Services Team, she works with students in all areas of career development including career exploration and job search strategies. Catherine is also the point person for employers seeking to partner with MCC. This partnership between MCC and employers includes networking events, panels, classroom visits, career fairs, and recruiting. She earned a Bachelor’s degree from Assumption College and her Master’s and CAGS from Bridgewater State University. Prior to joining MCC, she worked in several college and university career centers including Stonehill College, Boston College, College of the Holy Cross, Framingham State University, and most recently, Worcester Polytechnic Institute. She has also worked over 10 years in finance at Putnam Investments and Dean Bank. 

    Catherine is an active member of multiple professional development associations. In her spare time she enjoys golfing, running, gardening, and reading.


Kayla Lauricella, EACE Webinar Sub-Committee Chair & Strategic Communications Manager, Fordham University 


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