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Unlock your potential and create your pathway to success.

About the Office of Career Success

Gallaudet University’s Office for Career Center works with hundreds of employers each year to optimize internship, job and career opportunities for their students and alumni. We also partner with faculty to integrate career readiness into the academic curriculum. ​

Our employer relations specialists and career educators do the following:

  • Liaison with faculty, employers & alumni 

  • Coordinate networking and professional learning events

  • Empower students in seeking resources and creating connections 

There are multiple ways that our office facilitates connections among faculty, staff, students, alumni and employers. If you are interested in talking with us about how we can partner together, please contact us.

Gallaudet Scholar Student Learning Outcomes: Bilingual, career ready, critical thinkers, digitally aware, ethical, global citizens, science literate, and wellness grounded

Career Fairs

Connecting students and alumni with employers, both in person & virtually.

Classroom Visits

Working with faculty to deliver highly interactive lectures or lessons.

DeafGain Training

We visit you to provide training on how to elevate the working experience for Gallaudet interns and future hire.

Professional Development

Relating to a topic that falls within the employer’s area of expertise:

  • Dialogues (presenting a problem or issue for open dialogue)

  • Panel (students, alumni, faculty, staff, employers)

  • Mock interviews (interactive, hands-on practice for student interviews)

2023-2024 Strategic Priorities for the Office for Career Success


The Office for Career Success will establish uniform, campus-wide standards and learning expectations for internships across all academic undergraduate and graduate programs.

MAY 2023

Using the Career Champions task force group, create an internal roadmap for succeeding with this priority.

AUGUST 2023 

Synthesize variations and similarities of each academic program’s internship program by collecting and recording their programming expectations. Obtain research on evidence-based practices.


Issue recommendations that align with the newly created 4-year career milestone pathway for undergraduate students and describes how faculty, staff, students, alumni, and employers can create success for the student's internship.


Execute full rollout with university executive leadership, faculty, staff, and OCS team.

Rationale: Our Career Leadership Collective consultants recommend increased intentionality to ensure career-related experiences. This allows Gallaudet University to truly impact students by requiring two career-related experiences prior to graduation. The campus is already primed for such a requirement given the high number of students employed on campus and the proximity to world class internships in Washington, D.C. Each academic program would still retain autonomy in defining specifics around the requirements for these career experiences.

Meet the Team

Anjali Desai-Margolin

Anjali Desai-Margolin

Employer Relations Coordinator

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Beth Dorsette

Career Educator

Director Julie Tibbitt

Julie Tibbitt


Larissa Baer

Larissa Baer

Career Educator

Monica Garvin

Monica Garvin

Employer Relations Coordinator

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Career Success Manager

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