Meet Our Team

Stephanie Bryszkowski

Stephanie Bryszkowski

Director of Internships and Career Development
C309C
sabryszk@bhcc.edu
Started working at BHCC in Fall 2017

Fitchburg State University
Bachelor’s Degree in Communication

Salem State University
Master’s Degree in Education - Higher Education and Student Affairs

Tip you want students to know when doing an internship/job search:
There are many opportunities out there and many people looking for them. So if you don’t take the opportunity someone else will. Make sure you ask lots of questions and make sure you are the person taking those opportunities.


Katie Colello  - Learn and Earn Team

Katie Colello

Learn and Earn Coordinator
B101E
kvcolell@bhcc.edu
Started working at BHCC in Spring 2017

Lehigh University
Bachelor's Degree in Marketing

Towson University
Master's Degree in Teaching

Tip you want students to know when doing an internship/job search:
Internships are an investment in your future! They are your chance to use the skills you have learned in class and get real world experience. The effort and risk are worth it!


Kadee Tapley

Kadee Tapley

Part-Time Learn & Earn Coordinator
B226C
kmtapley@bhcc.edu
Started working at BHCC in Spring 2018


Northern Essex Community College
Associate's Degree in Business
Associate's Degree in Dance Education

University of Massachusetts Lowell
Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration

Tip you want students to know when doing an internship/job search:
Decide what you like to do and find a way to make it happen. Push yourself to experience opportunities where you may feel out of your comfort zone, this will allow for personal and professional growth. Preparation for an internship/job interview is key; share your goals, ask questions, and show confidence in yourself and your skill set.


Carolina Sareyed-Dim

Staff Assistant
B226D
csareyed@bhcc.edu
Started working for BHCC in
Bunker Hill Community College
Associate's Degree in Psychology and Sociology

Lesley University
Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology

Tip you want students to know when doing an internship/job search:
Internships are amazing opportunities to learn more and explore your major, develop skills, and make connections. It is important to talk to career staff and faculty to explore your possibilities. Take advantage of outside and on campus resources such as GradLeaders and our team to help you find good opportunities. Having a professional resume and being prepared for the interview are keys for succeeding. Be confident; we all have important skills that can be applied to the position we are looking for. Our office will support you during this process!