Cynthia has served as director of career management at Gustavus since 1989. Her specialties include campus recruitment program management, employer relations, job fairs, resume referrals, job search coaching, resume development, interviewing skills and search strategies.
Klepetar is an expert on managing generational differences in the workplace. She has studied the millennial generation of students and held workshops about them. She is an experienced facilitator who conducts traveling workshops through the Collaboration for the Advancement of College Teaching and Learning.
Matuska is an expert on work-life balance and active in wellness and health promotion programs. She has experience in adult rehabilitation, including rehabilitation for work-related injuries, cardiac rehabilitation, work hardening and functional capacity assessments. Matuska teaches lifestyle balance and other courses.
Munson has more than 14 years of experience assisting job seekers with job search strategies, resume and interview preparation and networking. In addition, he has experience developing and delivering job search workshops and is trained to administer and interpret interest and personality inventories. He has served as a career counselor for small, private liberal arts colleges, state colleges/universities and the University of Minnesota.
Stabile is among the nation’s leading scholars on pensions and employee benefits, and on the intersection of Catholic social thought and the law. She is a research fellow of the New York University School of Law Center for Labor and Employment Law and serves on the editorial board of the Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal.
Ward is an expert on trends in employment for students, helping students make career decisions, changes in the work environment and tips for students looking for jobs. Ward is a member of the Liberal Arts Career Network, a collaborative group of 28 liberal arts colleges around the country that promotes contact between students and employers through innovative technology.