We’re on a mission to get motivated students into great jobs. So are these educators. Meet the top 50 four-year higher-ed institutions in the U.S. that are innovating in the classroom and setting up their students for career success.
Assistant Dean for Career and Industry Engagement
University of Houston, C.T Bauer College of Business
Jamie Belinne is the Assistant Dean for Career and Industry Engagement at the C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston, where she leads career services and experiential learning. Prior to joining UH, Jamie managed Recruiting and Staffing at The University of Texas at Austin. Earlier at UT, she built McCombs' first dedicated MBA Career Services division.
Director of the Eastin Center for Career Readiness
Oklahoma State University, Spears School of Business
Robin Darmon is the Director of the Eastin Center for Career Readiness at the Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University. Robin’s focus is quite simple – to guide and support Spears Business students as they prepare to pursue professional opportunities and practice continued growth.
Director of Experiential Education
Stony Brook University
With over 19 years of experience, Urszula is invested in implementation of high impact practices in higher education, career readiness initiatives and the ROI of a college degree. As the Director of Experiential Education, she is committed to ensuring that all students have access to experiential opportunities inside and outside the classroom including internships, industry project based learning, student employment and community outreach programs contributing to student success goals and employability outcomes.
Associate Co-op Faculty/PT Lecturer
Smajl Cengic has over 25 years of experience as a career advisor, counseling urban youngadults, refugees, immigrants, undergraduate and graduate students. During this time, Smajl has helped thousands of people searching for internships and employment, and he has loved every minute of it. At Northeastern’s Khoury College of
Computer Sciences, he assists graduate students secure co-op positions and post-graduate employment.
Digitial Commons Director
Dr. Cazembe Kennedy obtained his PhD in Human-Centered Computing in 2020 from Clemson University. His background is in computer science, with research specializing in science education, education policy, active and evidence-based learning, and misconceptions in learning. His current work focuses on immersing faculty, staff, and students into digital tools to assist with their education and research interests. This is done through multiple internal and external partnerships, including the one with Forage.