News and Announcements

Susan Clancy Kennedy ‘81 appointed Director of Internships and Career Development at Regis

September 11, 2012

I am pleased to announce the appointment of Susan Clancy Kennedy ’81 as our new Director of Internships and Career Placement. Susan has more than twenty years’ experience in recruiting, hiring and managing entry-level professionals. She was a psychology major at Regis. Susan will work closely with our Associate Dean, Undergraduate Affairs, David Gilmore, as Regis commits itself to helping our students bridge the transition from college to workplace.

In 2005, Susan formed Career Treking, a job coaching firm that specializes in the college graduate and college student populations to ensure that graduates of all majors and chosen fields of study enter the job market on the right path. She is a nationally recognized expert in the entry-level job search field. You can learn more about Career Treking here.

Susan is a frequent speaker regarding the job search process and is a contributing writer for and as well as many local and national news publications. She created her proprietary process to help college students and recent graduates identify and land the job that’s right for them in any economy. Later, that process was published in a book entitled, The Job Coach for Young Professionals.

Prior to developing Career Treking, Susan worked as a Vice President at Fidelity Investments and General Director of Human Resources at John Hancock Mutual Funds.

Susan’s business background and human resources expertise bring a wealth of experience and practical knowledge that every young professional can benefit from, and I look forward to hearing from our students as Susan helps them land on their feet in our increasingly competitive world.

Susan is married with two children and lives with her family in Sudbury. Please join me in welcoming Susan Clancy Kennedy to our staff and our community.

Antoinette M. Hays, PhD, RN

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