Career Education Staff

Ingrid Peterson

Ingrid Peterson P’20, P’22
Director
Pomerleau Alumni Center 206
Box 264
802.654.2531
ipeterson@smcvt.edu

 

Primary contact for careers related to business, finance, accounting and entrepreneurship including partnering with employers on internships and jobs.

Ingrid is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire and has a Master’s degree from Appalachian State University. Her husband is a graduate of St. Mike’s and her son and daughter are current students. She enjoys working with students on their “life after college,” and helping them connect with alumni for networking and job shadowing. Her employer focus has allowed her to gain a strong background in employer relations and knowing what an organization is looking for in a candidate.


Tim Birmingham

Tim Birmingham ’02
Career Education Coach
Pomerleau Alumni Center 204
Box 264
802.654.2370
tbirmingham@smcvt.edu

 

Primary contact for careers related to arts, marketing & communications, science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) including partnering with employers on internships and jobs.

Tim is a 2002 Political Science graduate of Saint Michael’s College and has a Master’s degree in Education from Plymouth State University. He is passionate about helping students discover and develop their career paths as they progress through school and make the transition to life after college. Tim lives in Jericho with his wife (also a 2002 graduate of St. Mikes) and two boys where they enjoy being outdoors.


Laura Neville
Career Education Coach
Pomerleau Alumni Center 202
Box 264
802.654.2549
lneville@smcvt.edu

 

 

Primary contact for careers related to education, human services, government, law and environmental fields, including partnering with employers on internships and jobs.

Laura is a 2006 graduate of Brown University in Education Studies and has a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics from the University of Barcelona. As part of the Career Education team, she loves helping students and alumni communicate the value of their experiences as they pursue meaningful work and learning opportunities. Laura takes full advantage of the VT outdoors, and is often on the Lamoille River, running trails, catching frisbees, and trying not to fall as she skis.