Q&A with Sue Czepiel, Director of Career Development and External Relations

Sue Czepiel is the newest member of the International Development, Community and Environment department at Clark. Sue joins IDCE as the Director of Career Development and External Relations.  With twenty years of experience in Career Development, and a passion for guiding students to their career goals, IDCE is happy to have Sue!

Czepiel Photo (2)Q: Tell us a bit about what you have done in the past, and what brought you to Clark.

 Sue: I came to Clark IDCE for the opportunity to assist graduate students in finding internships and employment in the fields in which IDCE specializes.  I have worked in Career Development for 20 years and have helped students and graduates in searching for their perfect career.  I am looking forward to helping students to apply for and secure more internships and jobs in their fields of study.  I can help students and graduates with resume writing, cover letter writing, applications for jobs and internships, interview preparation, salary negotiations and career planning.  Please make an appointment so I can meet you!

Q: How did you become interested in career development?

 S: I have been lucky to have worked in Career Development for the past 20 years. I became interested in Career Development after a career as an investigative radio news reporter.  It is a privilege to assist people in achieving their career goals and dreams.

Q: What future ventures do you want to take on next?

S: I would like to bring more employers and alumnae to campus, either in-person or via Skype or other interactive means.  I would also like to position IDCE at Clark as the “University of Choice” for nonprofit, private, government, NGO and research organizations who seek employees and interns.

Q: Any fun facts about your hometown?

S: The town square in my town was donated to the town by John Hancock, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence!

To make an appointment with Sue, please email her at sczepiel@clarku.edu.

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