UGA Career Center

Franklin College of Arts & Sciences Report 2014-2015

EXPLORE | DREAM | DISCOVER

Dear Franklin College Faculty & Staff:


As Franklin College of Arts and Sciences faculty and staff, we know you strongly value your students’ professional growth and development. The University of Georgia’s Career Center is dedicated to working with Franklin College students as they explore their career options and develop goals for life after UGA. In order to highlight this support, Franklin College Career Consultants have developed this report to showcase the impact they made during the 2014-2015 school term.


  • Be introduced to the Franklin College Career Consultant team
  • See the many employment opportunities that these students have after they graduate.
  • Learn about all of the intentional programming aimed to promote the career development of Franklin College students

We hope that this information will encourage and inspire you to refer Franklin College students towards the services we offer at the UGA Career Center. Thank you for reviewing this report and feel free to contact us with any questions or comments you may have.

Sincerely,

Franklin College Career Consultant Team

Franklin Career Consultant Team

Kali DeWald

Undecided/Undeclared & All Fine Arts

Kali DeWald joined UGA’s Career Center staff in December of 2013, and currently works with undecided/undeclared students as well as students with majors in the Fine and Performing Arts. Kali also worked as a Career Counselor and Academic Advisor at San Francisco State University, where she earned an MS in Counseling and a BA in Anthropology. She enjoys the full counseling process, especially helping students discover their interests, strengths, values as they relate to career ambitions. She currently serves as a member of the Career Center’s Diversity Committee, as a liaison with the LGBT Resource Center and Disability Resource Center. Moreover, she serves on the board of the Georgia Career Development Association

Kate Refvem

SPIA & All Humanities

Kate began working at the University of Georgia's Career Center in December 2014. Prior to moving to Georgia, Kate completed her MS in Counseling at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, with a concentration on College Counseling and Student Development. She is also a graduate of Appalachian State University, where she received her BS in Middle Grades Education. Kate has experience working as a public school teacher, a volunteer and administrator for a non-profit organization and, most recently, as a mental health counselor to university students.

Katelyn Kivett

Math, Statistics, Hard Sciences, Ecology, Public Health & Pre-Medical Students


Katelyn began working for The University of Georgia in August of 2014. Before moving to Georgia, Katelyn obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Appalachian State University in Psychology, and her Master’s degree from East Tennessee State University in Community Agency Counseling. In the past, Katelyn has worked as a University Counselor, assisting students with a variety of concerns ranging from anxiety to relationship struggles, and has served as a Bereavement Counselor for a not-for-profit Hospice Organization in North Carolina.

Suzanne Voigt

Psychology, Sociology, Geography, Criminal Justice, Communication Studies, Cognitive Science & Anthropology

Suzanne began working at the University of Georgia Career Center in December 2012 as the Career Consultant for all Social Science majors in Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. Before moving to Georgia, Suzanne received her Master of Education in School Counseling from Liberty University. In addition to this, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Foreign Language French from Queens University of Charlotte and is currently pursuing her PhD in Counseling and Student Personnel Services at the University of Georgia.
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UGA Career Outcomes Survey

The purpose of the Career Outcomes Survey is to provide insight into the employment status or continuing education plans for University of Georgia graduates (Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate) within an average of 6 months of their graduation date.

2015 Sample Programming

Career Development Guides

UGA Career Consultant Team

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