Paul Snyder Hired as Career Coach
Paul Snyder starts June 3, 2019, as Assistant Director/Career Coach in the University Career Center working with the Social Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Prior to coming to the University of Louisville, Paul spent three years at Wake Forest University where he gained experience coaching and advising students, creating campus wide programs, and developing new initiatives to enhance student success. Over the past two years, Paul was the Lead Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Office of Personal and Career Development at Wake Forest University. In this position, Paul coached diverse students on career development and self-exploration, and he assisted with Wake Forest University’s College to Career Courses. As well, Paul spent one year as the Graduate Assistant for Prevention and Education in Wake Forest University’s Safe Office, a confidential crisis center and support service for students experiencing interpersonal violence.
Paul is passionate about working with students to find meaning in their academic and professional careers, and he especially enjoys helping students develop the skills necessary to tell their career stories confidently. As someone with a background in the liberal arts, Paul hopes to help all students understand the value of their education.
Paul earned his Master of Divinity from Wake Forest University and his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Wabash College.