About The Career Development Office

Our Staff & Mission
CDO Staff & Students During a Career Exploration Trip in New York City

Our Staff & Mission

CDO's dedicated staff bring with them unique professional backgrounds both within and outside of higher education. Our career advisers have several years of experience in corporate and non-profit sectors, in addition to significant career advising expertise.

Helping students translate their liberal arts education to the workplace, CDO staff meet with students one-on-one throughout their college life and after graduation to connect their skills, interests and values to a career path. In addition to career counseling, job and internship guidance, and career events that include an annual recruiting consortium in NYC, CDO offers many online resources that provide job and internship postings, career exploration assessments, and interview coaching. Informal talks, career-specific panels, graduate school information sessions and formal symposia take place throughout the year to help students learn about various professions and connect with alumni/ae and employers. 
Elisabeth Giglio, Director

Elisabeth Giglio, Director

B.A., Earlham College; M.S.W., University of Wisconsin-Madison
giglio@bard.edu

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.
Maureen Aurigemma, Assistant Director, Career Advising

Maureen Aurigemma, Assistant Director, Career Advising

B.S., Fairfield University; M.B.A., Mount Saint Mary College
maurigem@bard.edu

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.
Jacqui Rose, Career Advisor 

Jacqui Rose, Career Advisor
 

B.A, M.A. English Language and Literature, University of Michigan; M.Ed Counseling Psychology, University of Texas

Jacqui Rose has worked in a consulting capacity with Bard CDO for the past two years and now has joined the office as a Career Advisor. Her professional background includes teaching on the secondary and university level; career services in academic settings as  varied as Upward Bound and university law and business schools, as well as recruitment/professional development in law, professional services, and trade association environments. Through these positions, she provided services to diverse populations and clients. Jacqui is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator professional and is committed to assisting Bard students and alumni so that they may reach their professional goals.
 
Christopher Long '18, Office Coordinator

Christopher Long '18, Office Coordinator

B.A. Bard College

Chris Long '18 graduated from Bard College and majored in Human Rights, concentrating in Political Studies. Chris' senior project Contested Identities and Making Sense of Atrocity: Understanding the Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar analyzed the underlying conditions that created the on-going human rights crisis in South East Asia. While conducting interviews with students for his thesis, Chris taught English at the University of Mandalay to undergraduate students. Since completing his bachelor's, Chris has worked at the Bard Prison Initiative as an Office Assistant. As CDO Office Coordinator, Chris strategizes student outreach for CDO events, schedules appointments with CDO advisors and manages employer relations.

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