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Wooster alumni are invited to join us for a series of professional development webinars

The free webinars, offered in partnership with Lighthouse Career Coaching, will cover a variety of topics relevant to young alumni, alumni already established in their careers, and alumni considering a career transition. Current students are also invited to join any sessions they are interested in.

Keep an eye on your email for invitations to each webinar with links to register. Need to update your contact information? You can do so here.

Scots Career Advantage Webinars

Building Grit & Resilience

  • October 13, 2022 | 1:00-2:00 pm (ET)

Redesign or Resign

  • November 9, 2022 | 1:00-2:00 pm (ET)

Grad School: Now, Later, or Never

  • January 18, 2023 | 1:00-2:00 pm (ET)

Register Here

Negotiation with Less Stress and More Success

  • April 12, 2023 | 1:00-2:00 pm (ET)

Register Here

Lighthouse Career Coaches

Head shot of Pamela Coburn-LitvakPamela Coburn-Litvak is a neuroscientist, author, speaker, and certified executive coach. Drawing on 25 years of research and teaching on the effects of stress on mental health, Pam helps administrators and leaders manage their work stress in terms of time and priorities management, communication, conflict resolution, and leading large change initiatives. Her coaching, training, and advising programs help organizations prevent burnout and promote a culture of well-being.


Head shot of Susan BorkeSusan Borke’s years of experience at CBS and National Geographic provided extensive opportunities to hone the negotiation techniques she has been teaching to business professionals for over 30 years. With a background in legal and financial administration, she understands the value of successful negotiating skills. More information is available on BorkeWorks and LinkedIn.


Head shot of Anne ShieldsBefore beginning her encore career by launching Lighthouse Career Coaching and Lighthouse Career Associates, Anne Shields led the Bowdoin, Carleton, Davidson, and Carnegie Mellon career centers. She served in several alumni relations/advancement positions at the University of Rochester. A frequent presenter, she has spoken at more than a dozen conferences. A skilled facilitator, Anne has guided hundreds of career and leadership workshops and scores of strategic management retreats with educational and non-profit organizations. An experienced career coach, she has supported thousands of people in discovering their strengths, setting their directions, and achieving their goals. Anne earned her BA (History) at Bates College and MS (Student Affairs/Higher Education) at Western Illinois University. She holds ICF certification.