Career Services

SEAS Career Services offers career advising, internship opportunities, and professional services for students. We help students make professional connections with alumni and develop career paths that are both fulfilling and impactful.

Ask us for help with…

  • Resumes
  • Cover letters
  • Job or internship applications
  • Interview preparation
  • Salary negotiations
  • LinkedIn – creating and fine-tuning your account
  • Career-related funding opportunities

We're Here to Help

Our team of advisors is here to help with any questions or requests you may have.

Ashley Richardson

Associate Director, Career Services

BBA – Central Michigan University
MSA – Central Michigan University

“I’ve spent ten years in career services, and I enjoy my work with students more than ever. It is such a rewarding feeling to help a student enter the career of their dreams. SEAS students are especially passionate, and many go on to better the world in significant ways. I’m humbled by the opportunity to help them become the sustainability leaders of tomorrow.”

Alyssa Greenwood

Student Career Counselor

BS  Grand Valley State University

“My passion lies at the intersection of sustainability and education. I have served on the staffs of Huron Clinton Metroparks and the Wildlife Division of the DNR, and in higher education at Grand Valley and a small community college in southwest Michigan. Now, as part of SEAS's Career Services team, I am thrilled to work daily with students who share my passions and interests.”

Nate Geisler

Employer Relations Manager

BS - Michigan State University
MUP - University of Michigan

"After 15 years in environmental sustainability, most recently with the City of Ann Arbor, I’m pleased to help SEAS students forge similar paths of their own. SEAS trains professionals to make meaningful progress on urgent challenges—locally, nationally, and globally. I look forward to cultivating partnerships with employers to help connect these talented and passionate students to the organizations that need them most."