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Harriette Royer

Harriette Royer

Assistant Director of Career Services
Student Services
LeChase Hall 232
(585) 276-7427
hroyer@warner.rochester.edu
 
Education:
MS, State University of New York - Oswego (career education & employment counseling)
BA, University at Buffalo, State University of New York (English & Psychology)
Certificate, University of Rochester (Executive Leadership Coaching)
Certificate, Colgate Rochester Divinity School (Stewardship)
Certificate, Spirit Coaching (Master Coach)


Harriette Royer joined the Warner School’s student services team in 2015 to build a coherent infrastructure of career services and connections that respond to the needs of Warner students and alumni. This includes creating and delivering a variety of career preparation and job search programs in response to student and faculty requests, as well as enhancing Warner’s existing resources to bolster graduates’ employment outcomes and satisfaction. Royer also tracks the employment outcomes of Warner alumni and supports them by coordinating efforts with the UR Alumni Relations & Engagement Office.

Royer has served as a career counselor, job search advisor, teacher, coach, program administrator, and consultant. Over the last several years, she has set up and operated three career centers for corporations, managed two college career centers, and directed the career education and counseling staff of a ranked business school. Royer has also worked with people with disabilities as a state vocational rehabilitation counselor, directed a non-profit advocacy organization for mental health services, and placed city youth in employment.

Royer has a certificate in executive leadership coaching from the Warner School, a certificate in stewardship from Colgate Rochester Divinity School, and a master coach certificate from Spirit Coaching.

Working with students and alumni individually and in small groups, she welcomes connections and interaction with members of the Warner community.  In the News