Meet the Career Services Staff
Office of Career Services
Activities Building West
Room 101 & 102
Current Students, use MyWheelock to make an appointment. (click on Appointments to search the Career Services calendar for an open appointment.)
Alumni, contact Director Kelly Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-879-2056
Kelly Graham, Director
Kelly Graham joined Wheelock College with an expertise in cultivating relationships with internal and external partners, integrating career development across the college community and increasing student use of career resources. In her most recent position, she served as Director of Academic and Career Services at the University of Mary Washington (UMW) where she implemented a new approach to advising while creating structure and policies for the newly combined office. Prior to UMW, Kelly served as the Associate Director of Academic and Career Services at Keene State College (KSC). In this role, she created a new vision for Career Services at KSC while developing strong partnerships with campus departments, students, alumni and employers.
She strongly believes in the mission of Wheelock College and enjoys working closely with students as they explore, set and pursue professional goals. By creating an active career community at Wheelock that includes students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and employers, she aims to prepare students for competitive job markets or graduate programs where they can inspire a world of good.
She received a Master of Science in Career Development from the College of New Rochelle and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire.
Steve Savitsky, Career Counselor
Steve Savitsky brings a passion for career services and experiential learning to Wheelock College. As a Career Counselor, he regularly meets with students and alumni for one-on-one appointments, supporting them in their internship, practicum, and full time job searches. He believes in supporting students at all stages, and offers services including career exploration, mock interviews, resume reviews, graduate school planning and job search strategies.
In his previous position as the Internship Placement Coordinator at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, WI, he helped launch the university's first centralized internship program, where he implemented a professional development curriculum for program participants and networked with employers to create internship opportunities.
He received his M.Ed. in College Student Personnel Administration at Marquette University in May 2015, where he was a Graduate Assistant on the Student Employment Program team. Wheelock marks a return to the Boston area, as he was a City Year Boston Corps Member in 2013, and before that received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Northeastern University in 2011.
He is active member of the Boston-based Career Counselors Consortium (CCC), and for the Eastern Association of College and Employers (EACE).