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About Career Development

  • Career Development Staff
    Location and Hours

    We're located in the newly renovated Blackmore Library on the west end of the second floor. During the school year we're open from 8:30 am to noon and 1-5 pm
    Phone: 614-236-6606
    Email: CareerDevelopment@capital.edu

    Directions

    Directions and parking for Capital University‘s Bexley Campus  

  • Career Development Staff
    Our Staff
    Eric
    Eric Anderson
    Director
    Jan Rich 
    Jan Rich
    Assistant Director
    Peer Career Advisors for 2014-2015
    CassandraCassandra
    Cassandra is a senior Business Management major with a Human Resources minor. She is a member of Cru and is an active supporter of campus activities. She is actively competes in horse-back riding. After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in Human Resources.
     
    ChelseaChelsea
    Chelsea is a junior Business Management major and a Sports Management minor. She is currently the President of Capital’s Sports Management Society and a member of student government. Last summer she interned with both Edward Jones and OSU IMG Sport Marketing Buckeye Mobile Tour. In the fall she will be an usher for the OSU home football games. After graduation, she hopes to get a job in sports, particularly in the NFL.

    EvanEvan
    Evan is a junior Psychology major. He is a member and fraternity educator for the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. Evan also is a member of Cru and serves as a vocalist for their worship band. After graduation, Evan plans to attend graduate school to pursue a career as a therapist.
     
    LeviLevi
    Levi is a senior double majoring in Leadership and Management and Marketing. He is a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and is the Social Chair. Levi is the director of Intramural Basketball while also participating in Intramural Football. Last spring, Levi had a sales internship and will be continuing in the sales field upon graduation.
     
    OliviaOlivia
    Olivia is a senior Psychology and Criminology student. She is currently a Resident Assistant in Lohman for the third year, the founder of Capital’s first feminist organization, Women’s Empowerment Alliance (WEA), and a member of Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society. Last summer she had a research internship at Harvard University. Her future plans are to apply to Ph.D. programs in clinical psychology.
     
    RachelRachel
    Rachel is a junior Communication Studies major with a double minor in Public Relations and Digital Design. She is a member of Alpha Chi National Honor Society, PRSSA, and works in the Admission Office as a Telecounselor. She has interned at the AIDS Resource Center Ohio as well as the Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board at Franklin County.