Bard Career Development Office
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About Us

About Us
The Bertelsmann Campus Center is home to the CDO. (Photo by Pete Mauney)
Our dedicated staff members work with students during their careers at Bard and invite first-years to meet with us as soon as they arrive on campus. We will meet with you one-on-one for resume review and career advice or consult with you on the phone. Our programs, workshops, and events throughout the year will give you the tools to translate your Bard education to the professional world and find meaningful, rewarding work.

Contact Us

Please drop by the office or contact us to schedule an appointment.

We’re on the second floor of the Campus Center in
room 201.
Office hours: Monday–Friday,
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Tel: 845-758-7539

Who We Are

Elisabeth Giglio, Director

B.A., Earlham College; M.S.W., University of Wisconsin-Madison

In addition to working in higher education and human resources, Elisabeth Giglio has worked in nonprofit and social service organizations as a social worker and program director. Elisabeth has also worked in the film industry as manager of a post-production sound facility. She is certified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and completed a certificate in Career Planning and Development at New York University. Elisabeth was a career counselor at NYU’s Center for Career Management and has taught classes at NYU’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies. Elisabeth partners with students to translate their academic interests, co-curricular activities and skills into career options and assists students with exploring internship and employment opportunities.

Sarah Drabick, Assistant Director

B.A., Manhattan College

Sarah Drabick joined the Career Development Office after spending four years working in public relations in New York City. She has worked with a variety of companies and organizations across many different fields. At CDO she manages the annual Fall Recruiting Consortium (FRC) and works directly with employers throughout the year to post jobs and internships, host on- and off-campus events, and recruit Bard students. Sarah is also the first-year adviser and meets with all freshmen to talk about internships and help sort out next steps. She is a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Certified Practitioner and is currently working on obtaining her Certificate in Career Panning and Development from NYU.

Maureen Aurigemma, Career Adviser

B.S., Fairfield University

Maureen Aurigemma has joined the Career Development team with several years work experience in institutions of higher education, finance and lending. As a facilitator of internships, she advised and coached students throughout the career planning process. Acting as an employer liaison, Maureen researched and developed field related opportunities and partnered with faculty to enhance student learning through successful internship experiences. In the Career Development Office at Bard College, Maureen advises students seeking internship and employment opportunities and provides resources and guidance in life-long professional skill development and career planning strategies. Maureen is also a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Certified Practitioner.