Join Elise Goss-Alexander, American University, and Philip Wilkerson, George Mason University, to discuss the two-way relationship between mental health and career development, an intersection of increasing importance in higher education. On the one hand, students with mental health issues may have unique needs in career development and the job search relating to managing their health and deciding if or how to disclose their disability. On the other hand, career development and the job search itself are common stressors for most students regardless of previous mental health concerns. This webinar will explore common issues related to this intersection and suggest strategies for career services professionals.
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During this one-hour webinar, the presenter will deliver a synchronized audio and PowerPoint presentation. Participants will have time for live Q&A throughout the program and may be asked to contribute opinions or feedback via live chat, virtual polling, and other mechanisms.
Elise Goss-Alexander, Career Advisor, American University-School of International Service
Elise Goss-Alexander is a graduate career advisor with the School of International Service Office of Career Development. Previously, she worked in human rights and foreign policy, including at the National Endowment for Democracy, the E-Collaborative for Civic Education, and the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. She completed her MTS at Harvard Divinity School and her BA in International Studies and Religious Studies at American University. She is certified in Mental Health First Aid and has provided mentorship and job readiness training to immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers since 2014.
Philip Wilkerson, Career Services, George Mason University
Philip is a Manager of Industry Advising and Employer Development at George Mason University Career Services. He oversees all industries that fall under the Creative Industries umbrella, including Media, Performing and Visual Arts, Entertainment, Journalism, Public Relations, and Graphic Design. This role serves both student and employer stakeholders, meaning Philip both collaborates with employers to make them aware of the talented students and meets with students to market their creative skills through personal branding. He recently was awarded Employee of the Month for GMU in September and was also included on the “Forty under 40” list for GMU Black Alumni.
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