Christine Harriger, director of career development at Randolph, has been recognized by the Virginia Association of Colleges and Employers (VACE) for 20 years of service to the organization. She also received the VACE spirit award as part of the VACE Spirit Challenge.
Over the years, Harriger has also received the John Chase Meritorious Award and the Patricia Carretta Special Achievement Award. In addition, she served as VACE president from 2008-2009.
“I am thankful to have had such a rewarding career in the field of career counseling,” Harriger said. “I am humbled and pleased to be in the company of so many other great leaders in the field!”
In addition to Harriger’s recognition, she and Kristin Dabney, alumnae and alumni career network manager, presented “It Takes a Village: Building a Bridge Between Career & Alumni Services.” In the session, Harriger and Dabney discussed Randolph’s new networking platform, www.randolphconnect.com, and how it was implemented to help students and graduates make connections and find internships and jobs.
Find out more about VACE and the awards at https://www.vace.org/.Tags: Career Development Center, Christine Harriger, Kristin Dabney, RandolphConnect