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Cornwell, Don - December 2


Don Cornwell is an Associate Director in the Emory University Career Center.  He supervises the growth and development of Emory’s undergraduate experiential learning program, and creates and implements programming which prepares students to effectively transition into the professional world upon graduation. has been a member of The Career Center staff since 1998.  He also works one on one with Emory students as a Career Consultant.

Don earned a Masters of Education in Student Personnel Services with a concentration in Counselor Education from The University of South Carolina (1997) and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, with a concentration in Human Development and Psychological Counseling from Appalachian State University (1990).

Don is a current member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers.  He is a graduate of the Management Leadership Institute offered through NACE.  He is a current member of the Southern Association of Colleges and Employers (SoACE) and has served as co-chair on various committees for SoACE  including the Local Arrangements Committee for 60th Anniversary SACE Conference held in Atlanta, GA, 2005-06, the Research Subcommittee for Consulting Services in 2005, and on the Resource Room Committee for the SACE Conference held in Miami, FL in 2005.  He is a current member of the University Career Action Network Consortium (UCAN), serving as a Consortium chair in 2003-2004, and from 2006-Present.  He also served as a Partnership Committee Chair from 2004-05.  He also served as a Membership Chair for the Commission for Career Development with the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) from 2001 through 2004, and was a member from 1996 – 2004.  Don is also a current member of the Georgia Association of Colleges & Employers (GACE), serving as a Co-Chair of the Experiential Learning Committee in 1999-2000.

Presentation Videos

Don Cornwell:  Tips for Career Success



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