Career Advancement

Becky King
Becky King

Career Advancement can mean different things to different people. For some, advancement means reaching a leadership position within a company or a field. For others, advancement means performing at a high level in a given role. Sometimes, advancement means switching careers entirely to learn a whole new domain, or focusing on giving back to a field or a community.

Learn about Career Education resources for alumnae at any career stage.

Are you an alumna who is seeking career support, or who wants to support Wellesley women?

Hear Jennifer Ritvo Hughes ’06 talk about how she used Career Education’s new website to tap into the most powerful women’s network in the world. She explains why you might want to explore all the resources career education has to offer and reconnect with Wellesley.

Industry Expertise for Alumnae: Arts, Communications, and Media

Destiny
Destiny M. Barletta

Wellesley Career Education offers personalized advising and industry expertise across six distinct career communities, including Arts, Communications, and Media. Destiny M. Barletta is the Career Community Advisor for these fields, and is available to every alumnae — regardless of her career stage — to share expertise in:

  • architecture
  • arts/design
  • entertainment
  • freelance
  • marketing/media/pr
  • writing/editing

Visit the Career Community page for Arts, Communications, and Media to explore careers in these fields.

Industry Expertise for Alumnae: Education, Nonprofit, and Social Impact

Katy Ryan
Katy Ryan

Wellesley Career Education offers personalized advising and industry expertise in the areas of Education, Nonprofit, and Human Services. Visit the Career Community page for Education, Nonprofit, and Human Services to learn about careers in highereducation, k12- education, nonprofits, social services, and other related fields.

Industry Expertise for Alumnae: Technology, Engineering, and Physical Sciences

Frances Adjorlolo
Frances Adjorlolo ’08

Wellesley Career Education offers personalized advising and industry expertise across six distinct career communities, including Technology, Engineering, and Physical Sciences. Frances Adjorlolo '08 is the Career Community Advisor for these fields, and is available to every alumnae — regardless of her career stage.

Visit the Career Community page for Technology, Engineering, and Physical Sciences to explore these industries.