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Seana T. Coulter, M.Ed, NCC, BC-TMH
Director/ Career Counselor
McMechen Hall 609 (Temporary Location)
Seana Coulter oversees the department operations. She holds a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Guidance and Counseling from Loyola University Maryland. She is also a nationally certified counselor and a certified practitioner for the MBTI.
She meets with students individually for career counseling, resume & cover letter development, graduate/professional school counseling, job search techniques, and career transitions.
Ms. Coulter enjoys working with students to help them achieve their career goals.
Currently assists: Alumni & Graduate students
Associate Director/Recruitment Coordinator
RaNecia Smith, Lead Career Specialist will work closely with the UNCF CPI Implementation Team, and is assigned to the Education, Public Health & Behavioral Sciences industry cluster, comprised of:
• School of Education and Urban Studies
• School of Social Work
Ms. Smith served in a similar capacity as a Career Specialist for the Youth Career Connect Grant through the Fairmount Height High School Information Technology Center where she increased yearly internship placement by 50%, conducted job readiness training, and developed partnerships with employers. Her additional experience includes serving as a Mental Health Counselor, a Residential Life Graduate Assistant, and a Freshman Studies Assistant.
She is the proud alumnus of Hampton University with a Masters of Arts in Community Mental Health Counseling.
She meets with students to get a jump start on their career. She provides individual career and professional counseling, resume & cover letter development, job search techniques, and career transitions. She also provides professional development workshops throughout MSU to promote the importance of experiential learning and employer engagement.
Please schedule an appointment with Ms. Smith for individual sessions or to request a group session.
Banneker Hall 107 A
VACANT assigned to the Arts Humanities & Media industry cluster, comprised of:
• School of Global Journalism & Communication
• College of Liberal Arts
Amban Anjeh is assigned to the STEAM industry cluster comprised of:
• School of Engineering
• School of Computer, Mathematical & Natural Sciences
• School of Architecture & Planning
Ms. Anjeh served in Ability Network as an Employment Specialist for people with disabilities. Prior to this experience, she served in Troy University, Alabama in various capacities:
1) Student Affairs intern
2) Career Services intern
3) Finally, briefly as Graduate Assistant.
In these roles, Ms. Anjeh worked closely with students from various backgrounds, and most especially with international students. Here, she served as the liaison between the Career Center and the International Office. During this period, there was a remarkable increase of about 12% in the use of the career services offered in the Career Center by international students.
At Morgan State University, Ms. Anjeh provides individual and group career advice, supports with document reviews, builds and strengthens networking skills, supports in the planning, organizing and facilitation of career development workshops, offers career assessments, career management services and all other relevant career development services within the STEAM-H. One of her major goals is to promote the importance of experiential learning and employer engagement.
Ms. Anjeh earned her valuable Master of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology from Troy University, Troy Alabama. Ms. Anjeh advocates for fair opportunities for all students. A major highlight and source of job satisfaction are seeing students succeed.
Ms. Anjeh is available to schedule an appointment for individual or group sessions.
Craig Bullock is assigned to the Business & Entrepreneurship industry cluster:
• School of Business & Management
• School of Community Health & Policy
Mr. Bullock served as a Career Specialist for Western Michigan University and Florida A&M University, where he increased the employment opportunities by 23%. He provided career education workshops, career advising services, and career event management. Mr. Bullock helped with planning the Michigan Council Personnel Association conference by fostering professional development opportunities for undergraduate students.
Before joining Morgan State University, Mr. Bullock worked in retail management and digital marketing. He is a proud veteran. He earned his Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Western Michigan University and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from North Carolina Central University.