A conversation with Career Engagement’s Norma Guerra Gaier

Since joining WashU in the fall, Norma Guerra Gaier, associate vice chancellor for career development, has fully launched a career communities program, developed new partnerships with academic divisions and moved to a unified career-engagement model. (Photo: Joe Angeles/Washington University)

Norma Guerra Gaier, leader of the new Washington University in St. Louis Center for Career Engagement, has assembled a talented team of career coaches, strategists and employer engagement specialists. Equally important, she is enlisting partners from every corner of campus to help prepare students for lifelong success.

“One of the great things about WashU is that it has established career as a priority,” said Gaier, the recently appointed associate vice chancellor for career development and education. “That means our partners in the classroom, student affairs, and so many others at WashU are all engaged in this work.”

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