About the BardWorks Program
BardWorks is a week-long workshop series held during winter intersession in January.The program connects students to the Bard network while honing job search and professional skills. Hands on workshops, panels, small group discussions, and individual mentoring sessions help students to not only become more confident in their skills as they begin the job search, but encourage them to think about how their degree might aid them to enter into career paths they may never have considered. This year, our January session will take place from January 21-26, 2018. Our DC program will take place from November 16-18, 2017.
The BardWorks Team
BardWorks is made possible by a generous grant from an anonymous donor and is a collaboration between the Bard Center for Civic Engagement, the Bard Career Development Office, the Dean of Student Affairs Office, the Office of Development & Alumni/ae Affairs, and the Bard College Alumni/ae Association Board of Governors.
- Anne Jennings Canzonetti '84, Deputy Director, Alumni/ae Affairs
- Bethany Nohlgren, Dean of Student Affairs
- Elisabeth Giglio, Director, Career Development Office
- Hillary Henderson, Assistant Director of Development, Parent Programs
- Jane Brien '89, Director of Alumni/ae Affairs
- Jennifer Skura, Program Assistant, Alumni/ae Affairs
- Kolrick Greathouse, Area Coordinator - Office of Residence Life & Housing
- Maureen Aurigemma, Assistant Director, Career Advising , Career Development Office
- Rachel Meyer, Deputy Directory, Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program
- Sarah Drabick, Assistant Director and Employer Relations Manager, Career Development Office
- Erin Cannan, Chair and Associate Director of Bard Center for Civic Engagement (CCE), and Dean of Student Affairs