About Career Services

Whether you are an undergraduate, an aluma/us, an employer, a graduate school recruiter, or a family member, the Office of Career Services is eager to help you achieve your goals. You will find that our staff, programs, and resources are ready to support you in any way we can.

We look forward to assisting students and alumni with career exploration, internship and job search, and the graduate or professional school application process. Employers and grad school recruiters, we are very excited to help you recruit our talented students and alumni.

We hope this website will help you get started and please take the opportunity to engage with us in the career center. Feel free to visit us on campus, send us an email or call us if you need any kind of assistance.

We look forward to serving you!

Walk-in Hours: Monday to Friday 1 to 4 p.m.

Peer Consultant Hours (During Walk-In Hours or by Appointment)

Ronak Bhatia (case interview prep, resume & cover letter help)

Varun Singh (resume & cover letter help)

Santi Santichaivekin (help w/technical interviewing, resumes)

Office of Career Services Staff

Sarah Park

Director
sapark@g.hmc.edu

Danit Havton 

Program/Employer Relations Coordinator
dhavton@g.hmc.edu

Student Peer Consultants

Ronak Bhatia

I’m a junior engineering major from Thousand Oaks, CA and am excited to help students achieve their #careergoals. I serve as co-president of the Social Justice-focused Living Learning Community, ASHMC Diversity Director, and mentor for the Queer and Questioning Allied Mentor Program. I love to DJ and have been producing/promoting music since I was 13. You can find me listening to anything from Tuxedo to Macintosh Plus to Tchami.

Varun Singh

I’m a sophomore from Tampa, FL and I am excited to help students reach their career potentials. I am president of Robotics Alumni at Mudd and an APISPAM mentor. I love robotics and learning new instruments, and I always have crazy ideas for things that I have no time or money to implement.

Santi Santichaivekin

I’m a computer science sophomore from Thailand and I’m very enthusiastic to work for the Office of Career Services this fall. I’m learning unicycle so you might see me riding around the campus.