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Career Advising: College of Education

Jen Fleming
jflemin6@depaul.edu
Advising Areas: all Education majors, and Psychology majors


"As an alum of the College of Education, I love connecting with students and being part of their career development journey. Whether you’re a freshmen just beginning your program, or preparing to graduate and beginning your job search, I can help you navigate through questions that come up and help set career goals. Come to the Career Center to make an appointment with me and see all the resources we have to offer!"


Background

Jen provides individual career advising for students, coordinates events and workshops, develops programs and performs outreach related to career development. Jen's previous professional experience includes work as a school counselor and case manager within Chicago Public Schools at the high school and elementary levels as well as an assistant teacher in an early childhood classroom in a private school. She earned her MEd in counseling from DePaul and her BA in Anthropology from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. In her spare time she enjoys running, playing with her dog, and exploring all that Chicago has to offer.

Services

Meet with Jen to talk about:

  • Job search strategies, networking and interviewing
  • Alternatives to teaching
  • Graduate school options
  • Resume and portfolio development

To schedule an appointment with Jen, call (773) 325-7431 or book online in Handshake. If you are just getting started, or are interested in a resume review, please visit a peer career advisor. Weekly walk-in hours are available.

Advising in the College of Education

2247 N. Halsted, Office 224
Thursdays, 1:30-4:30pm

Meet with Jen to discuss career planning, networking tips, job search strategies, interview best practices, resume and cover letter building, career-related goal setting and exploration, and more. Contact the Career Center at (773) 325-7431 to reserve a 30-minute slot or walk-in during advising hours (pending availability). ​​​