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Career Coaches

Career coaches at Wheaton College are assigned to academic departments, allowing them to specialize in their work with students and build deeper connections with faculty and alumni. This strategy is part of our effort to engage with all students so that they can prepare their unique plan, develop the skills and tools necessary to achieve their plan, and be given the opportunities to implement their plan so that they are ready to build the church and benefit society worldwide.  

Today a coach is a teacher, focused on preparing students for the future. They interact with students to guide them in the practical steps they will need to take to understand their skills, interests, and values. Coaches connect students with real-life opportunities to explore a wide range of careers where they can put those to work. Finally, coaches teach students about the hiring process, including telling their stories, networking, searching, and even negotiating. It is our goal to equip students for a life-time of career and vocational pursuits, giving them all the tools they will need for this first job and all those that will follow.

Read the full bios of each career coach and the rest of the CVC team here. Current students can connect with their career coach on Handshake.

Career Coaches

Resized Sarah Franklin Crose Variant for Our People Career Coaches

Sarah Franklin Crose

Art, Music, Psychology, Communication

Resized Forrest Clements Variant for Our People Career Coaches

Forrest Clements

English, History, Interdisciplinary Studies, Modern & Classical Languages, Philosophy

Resized Ozias Washington Variant for Our People Career Coaches

Ozias Washington

Biblical & Theological Studies, Christian Education & Ministry, Anthropology, Sociology, Urban Studies, Education

Career Coach Coming Soon!

Applied Health Science, Biology, Chemistry, Liberal Arts Engineering, Environmental Science, Geology, Physics

Career Coach Coming Soon!

Business/Economics, Economics, Math, Computer Science, Political Science, International Relations