Carnegie Mellon University
Our interns provide career counseling to CMU students and alumni. They also develop and conduct career planning and professional development seminars and educational programs. The CPDC could not do what we do without our interns and we thank them for their hard work and dedication!

Gabi Rogers

Gabi Rogers

University of Pittsburgh

Address
West Wing - 2nd Floor

Hello! I'm Gabi and I'm from Long Island, New York. I attended Arcadia University for my undergraduate education and was given the opportunity to spend three semesters abroad in Scotland, London, and Sicily. I am currently a first year graduate student at Pitt pursuing a M.Ed in Higher Education Management.

I have a passion for traveling and similar to how I often got lost while exploring a new country, I also found myself lost when trying to figure out my career path. However, as I continue to grow as a career consultant, I hope to help students seeking assistance in reaching their future career goals to the best of my ability. I look forward to meeting with you and introducing you to some of the great resources the CPDC has to offer! I can be found here on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Please stop by and take advantage of all we have to offer!

Fun Facts: When it comes to food, I love pickles, pop-tarts, and pizza. I also have a bit of an obsession with boy bands.

Molly Hill

Molly Hill

University of Pittsburgh

Address
West Wing - 2nd Floor

Hi there! I’m Molly Hill and I’m an intern for the Olitsky Family Foundation Career Readiness Program. Although I was born in Cleveland, I am a Pittsburgh girl at heart and I’ve lived most of my life here. I studied Child and Family Psychology at John Carroll University for my undergraduate degree, and I am currently working towards my M.S in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling at the University of Pittsburgh. H2P!

I am enthusiastic about mental health and working with college students, and I seek opportunities to bring those two passions together. In providing services to students with cognitive and emotional differences, I find that there is a great opportunity to merge professional development, academics, mental health, and overall wellness into a holistic student engagement approach. I look forward to continuing to provide student support as well as faculty and staff trainings and workshops in order to make a positive impact within the community of Carnegie Mellon University. 

Fun Facts: I lived in France for 5 months when I was in college, I am a self-professed pop culture and movie fanatic, and I love to bake and cook in my spare time!