Erik Oswald is Graduate Career Consultant for the Professional Master Programs. A student-centered advisor and mentor, Erik has a strong background in career development. He graduated from Notre Dame with studies in Environmental Science and Anthropology, and he holds a master’s degree in college student affairs leadership from Grand Valley State University where he also served as a Graduate Assistant in the Counseling and Career Development Center. Before joining Notre Dame, he worked with the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) where he provided career advising to students and alumni, designed and delivered professional development workshops and lectures on career preparation, and implemented employer networking strategies for the school. Upon arriving to ND in 2015, Erik worked with the College of Arts and Letters graduate students for nearly three years before beginning his role with the Professional Master Programs. Erik is the past president of the Wisconsin Private Colleges Career Consortium, previous member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), and a current member of the Graduate Career Consortium (GCC).