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Career Services

John Moriarty, M.B.A., Director
Shaunelle Wall, M.S., Associate Director
Elodie Wendling, M.S., Career Counselor
Kimberly Timpone, M.S., Career Counselor
TBA, Coordinator of Employer Relations
Pshatoia LaRose, GA
Tara Turner, GA

Landon Student Union 205
Phone number: (305) 899-4010
E-mail: careerservices@barry.edu

Purpose Statement

The purpose of Career Services is to empower students and alumni to take personal responsibility for their lifelong career development.  The overall goal is to challenge every student to examine their values, interest, skill and abilities and to define his or her life in terms of vocation by providing opportunities for students to:

LEARN about themselves and the needs of society
REFLECT on who they are in relation to the needs of society and their role in it
SERVE the community while finding purpose in their lives
The following services are available to all Barry University students and alumni:

  • Individual and group Career Counseling
  • Workshops and assistance on vocational discernment, resume and cover letter writing, interview skills, job searching techniques, working a career fair, and the graduate school application process.
  • Full-time/part-time job and Internship listings via eBUC$ (the electronic Barry University Career System)
  • Majors and Minors Fair
  • Industry specific career fairs and programs
  • Career Interest Inventories such as the Strong Interest Inventory and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator
  • Career library resources
  • On-campus recruiting

It is the policy of the Center to provide services to employers whose mission is consistent with the mission of the University. We highly encourage faculty and staff to utilize our services within the scope of the classroom or student organizations you advise.

ORI 300 Career Readiness (1)
Special one-semester courses open to all second-semester junior or senior students. The goals of the course are to begin the adjustment process from the undergraduate academic life to graduate school or the world of work

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