Our Staff

Hilles Hughes

Hilles Hughes

Director, Career Center

Dept: Career Center

740-376-4480

bhh002@marietta.edu

hilles.hughes@marietta.edu

Office: Gilman

Degrees: M.A., Counseling & Human Services, John Carroll University; B.A. Cultural Area Studies, College of Wooster

Year appointed: 2007

Hilles joined Marietta College in October 2007. She holds a B.A. in Cultural Area Studies from The College of Wooster and a M.A. in Counseling & Human Services from John Carroll University, where she began her career in college career counseling. She is a subscriber to the theory that "all people today must learn to manage their own careers and that understanding oneself is the first step in this process." When she's not assisting students with their career planning, Hilles can be found practicing yoga, reading detective fiction or spending time with her family.

 


 

Natalie Wood

Natalie Wood

Recruiting Coordinator

Dept: Career Center

740-376-4645

iadicicn@marietta.edu

natalie.wood@marietta.edu

Office: Career Center

Year appointed: 2003

Natalie started in the Career Center in January 2003. She previously worked in the business industry and in education. When not promoting the benefits and advantages the Career Center has to offer, she enjoys running, cooking, reading and spending time with her family and friends

 


 

Caitlin Jones

Caitlin Jones

Coordinator

Dept: Career Center

740-376-4645

crj001@marietta.edu

Office: Career Center

Year appointed: 2012

Caitlin joined the Career Center staff in July 2012 after completing her Master of Arts in Student Affairs in Higher Education. She is a 2010 graduate of Clarion University of Pennsylvania with a degree in English. Caitlin has five years of experience working in career services and enjoys helping students find their path to success after graduation. She aims to form meaningful connections with students to help them understand their role in their development. In the Career Center, Caitlin works with all aspects of student's career development involving individual meetings and group programs. She also currently teaches COLL 200, a major and career exploration class for first and second year students. When she isn't at work, Caitlin enjoys spending time with friends, exploring the neighboring cities, and playing with her lovable cat, Oliver.