Career Services Students & Staff

Career Services Advisory Committee

The Career Services Advisory Committee is a student organization designed to develop events to enrich the student body's career awareness. Since its inception in May 2009, the CSAC has worked with the student body to identify job-related skills in need of development, and to conduct career workshops to help meet those needs. Recent events included a panel discussion on interviewing strategies, a "Job Talk" workshop, and a series of career talks from PRGS alumni representing the public, private and nonprofit sectors.

CSAC Members

John Caloyeras (committee co-chair)
Amber Jaycocks
Alessandro Malchiodi
Julia Pollak
Mollie Rudnick
Eric Warner (committee co-chair)

Career Services Staff

Ira W. Krinsky, Ed.D., Career Services Officer

Ira W. Krinsky

Ira Krinsky spent the first 10 years of his career in public education serving in a variety of roles including Deputy Superintendent of the Public Schools of Pomona, California. He spent the last 30 years as a partner in the international executive search firm, Korn/Ferry International, where he founded and led the firm's education specialty practice. He currently oversees new partner assimilation and other human resources-related functions in the firm. He holds a doctorate in education from Harvard University and has served with the U.S. Army.

Krinsky joined PRGS in May 2009 as the first dedicated career services professional for the school.

Email:   Phone: (310) 393-0411, ext. 6713

Kristina Wallace, Program Coordinator

Kristina Wallace

Kristina Wallace is responsible for a variety of roles within the School, including logistical support and planning for all Career Services activities.

Wallace earned a degree in international relations from Grand Valley State University, which included a semester examining post-communist transitional politics in Prague.

Email:   Phone: (310) 393-0411, ext. 6742


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