Career Development

Vermont State University connects students and alumni with high-impact internships and applied learning opportunities, as well as help identifying the career path that will work for you. From exploring academic majors and minors to resume and cover letter review, mock interviews, and more, we’re here to help you achieve success as you define it.

Supports offered through Vermont State University Career Development

  • Resume and Cover Letter Critiques 
  • Major and Career Exploration 
  • Networking Opportunities and Support  
  • Employer Connections 
  • Graduate School Exploration
  • Job and Internship Searching 
  • Career Fair Preparation 
  • Social Media and LinkedIn Tips 
  • Job Offer Evaluation 
  • Interview Preparation 
  • Applied Learning Support 
  • 1:1 Career Advising and Counseling 

Visit What Can I Do With This Major? to learn more about how majors connect to careers. 


Contact Career Development at

Lyndon & Online

Amy Wright 
Assistant Director Career Readiness 
Academic Resource Center, LAC 323 

Johnson & Williston

Beth Walsh 
Assistant Director of Curriculum Integration for Career Readiness 
Dewey Hall, 154 

Randolph & Castleton

Karry Booska 
Assistant Director of Community Partnerships for Career Development 
Randolph: Conant 212 Suite, Office 211  

Jessica Duncan, Director of Career Development and Innovation,