Emma Scholtz

Emma Scholtz

Emma Scholtz is an evolving career enthusiast whose interest in career development came to fruition in 2017, four years after her challenging adjustment in the undergraduate experience at Wilfrid Laurier University in the Honours of Bachelor Arts: Sociology program. After reflecting on her time at WLU, Emma enrolled in the Career Development Practitioner Program at Conestoga College, where she wished to use that education to further help and support undergraduate students who struggled similarly to her in finding a fulfilling and meaningful career. Emma is now completing her Master of Education in Student Affairs at Wilfrid Laurier University where she is focusing her studies in post-secondary career development.
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Students & Youth

Helping students embrace career uncertainty

Research has shown that post-secondary education leads to higher rates of employment and that most bachelor’s degree graduates secure full-time permanent positions within two to three years of graduation. While...