Chance Radtke

Campus Recruiting & Operations Coordinator

Chance Radtke

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers 

How did you gain experience?  

My experience is what actually propelled me to becoming a student. I didn’t take the traditional route to college immediately after high school, as I was unsure what I wanted to do. Instead, I began working full time and eventually had my son. My experience of being a new mom coupled with the expectation of continuing to work full time made me realize that I wanted to go to school to assist and work with new and expecting mothers.

How did you become a career development professional? 

Wanting to work in an OB/GYN setting, I originally majored in Medical Office Technology. The accounting and business classes I was taking at the time really pushed me to pursue a role in an administrative office setting to gain experience tied to my studies. I was interested in working for the University because at the time I was hoping to transfer my credits to attend. My role with the office started out as reception but has graduated into Employer Relations over the years.

Who is someone who impacted your career development? 

Although I wasn’t a student for very long after meeting him, Larry Routh has been a constant in my development in terms of the support and advice he’s given me in my professional career. Not only did he provide me with the foot-in-the-door opportunity to develop and utilize my skillset within Career Services, but he’s also been a key contributor to my continued professional development.

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