Profile TabsProfileTrish Raridan PrestonCareer Counselorraridanfirstname.lastname@example.orgOffice: 210K Kottman Hall, 2021 Coffey Rd., Columbus, OH 43210Professional InformationBiography: Trish is a graduate of the School of Environment and Natural Resources and worked professionally in conservation law enforcement and environmental education for 12 years at the federal, state and municipal levels. She joined SENR in 1998 and serves as the Career Development and Internship Coordinator for both undergraduate and graduate students. In her role, she works directly with employer relations, professional development workshops, one on one coaching, and is the instructor and administrator for the internship courses. She collaborates efforts as a member of the Career Development team with Adam Cahill and Mary McLaughlin in the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Principal Responsibilities Student & Alumni Career Development: (Environment and Natural Resources Lead) Career exploration and planning for undergraduate and graduate students; Resume preparation, Job-search strategies, Interview and experiential learning preparation skills. Internship Coordinator: (All ENR Majors) Approve internships experiences for academic credit; Instructor for ENR 2191 and ENR 4191, internship courses. Assist in management of Masters in Environment and Natural Resources (MENR) internship course, ENR 7191, in conjunction with Dr. Fineran. Employer Relations: (Environment and Natural Resources Lead) Recruitment & Outreach; Liaison for students, Faculty, and Staff Career Expo Coordination: (Environmental and Sustainability Career Expo Assistant) Assist in planning and securing employers for event Hireabuckeye: Manage student workers who enter job posting information daily into system Journal advising appointment data in system and prepares reports pertaining to same Workshops: (SENR Lead) Resume writing & critiques Interview skills LinkedIn Alumni and Employer Networking Receptions Additional relevant professional development workshops for undergraduate and graduate students.