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Ashley Meadows Miller new LWC director of career services
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By Duane Bonifer
News from Lindsey Wilson College
COLUMBIA, KY - Ashley Meadows Miller has been named Lindsey Wilson College director of career services.
Miller is a native of Shelbyville, KY, but she comes to LWC from Pennsylvania.
"I was working for Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Del., and I wanted to find a college atmosphere like Widener, where students were held to a higher level of educational excellence, and I also wanted to be in a community that celebrated its students," Miller said.
Miller earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Kentucky. She is pursuing a master's degree in organizational leadership.
"I was amazed at the exponential growth of Lindsey Wilson College since I was in school doing my undergraduate work," Miller said. "I was eager to be a part of that development, and I look forward to carrying out the Lindsey Wilson mission of serving the needs of every student, every day."
As director of career services Miller helps students choose a career path by providing assessment intakes and career advice; coordinating and presenting workshops, seminars, fairs, events and orientations about careers; and serving as a liaison between LWC and the Kentucky Work Study Program.
Miller said she is excited about how her work can influence LWC students.
"I am looking forward facilitating the transition from young men and women into young professionals for the students of LWC," Miller said. "I have a deep passion for the advancement of students' lives beyond the classroom and into the workforce in a professional capacity. With the resources of Lindsey Wilson College, its alumni and the Columbia-Adair County community, the quality of the services I will be able to provide to our students is beyond compare."
This story was posted on 2011-06-28 16:28:44
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