Caroline Wagner

Senior Career Coach

Caroline Wagner

Caroline Wagner advises students interested in the career fields of social justice, education, and public affairs and teaches the EPIC 171 course, which is required in order to complete an EPIC-funded internship. While her focus is in the fields previously mentioned, she is happy to assist students who are unsure of their focus but would like some career guidance, help with resume or job interviewing, or other mentoring help that may fall under the career education and community engagement umbrella.

Prior to this role, Caroline has served in a number of positions and capacities to aid her in best serving the Earlham community, including serving as a middle and high school English teacher in both Indiana and North Carolina; event planning, volunteer management, and fundraising at major nonprofits in Chicago and Washington, DC; and marketing and promotions for various Broadway shows in New York City. Before settling into these exciting careers, Caroline earned her Bachelor’s degree from DePauw University in communication and a minor in music, and later returned to school to complete additional post-secondary education in order to secure her teaching license at Illinois State University.

In her free time, Caroline enjoys listening to podcasts and reading creative nonfiction, but perhaps most often or more importantly, she can be found spending time with her husband and young daughter and engaging in activities across the Richmond community. If you see her out and about, please say Hi!

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Build Connections Through the Peace Corps Prep Practicum

Are you interested in or already pursuing the Peace Corps Prep applied minor? Do you have an interest in intercultural civic engagement?  Then, you should register for the January (or August!) Peace Corps Prep Practicum.

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