Oct. 30, 2008
LEBANON, PA – James Garraway III of Pottsville has been named assistant dean for student affairs at the Lebanon Campus of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
“We look forward to welcoming James to our campus on Nov. 3,” said Kathleen Kramer, Ed. D., vice president and campus dean. “His expertise is in retention management and planning, which are skills that will be of great benefit to the Lebanon Campus.”
Garraway comes to HACC from Lehigh Carbon Community College where he has been director of career services since 2002. He has worked in the field of student and career services since 1994, including career services director at Central Pennsylvania College, and previously was a career counselor at CareerLink Schuylkill County.
“I am looking forward to working with my new colleagues at HACC and meeting the challenges that await me in this exciting opportunity,” Garraway said.
Among his diverse responsibilities at Lehigh Carbon Community College in Schnecksville, are developing job fair events, workshops and programs related to career development initiatives; providing leadership in the development and expansion of job and internship placement services at the college, and providing counseling services to students and alumni with issues regarding career decisions. Also at LCCC, Garraway introduced the concept of annual placement reporting to track data on placement outcomes of graduates.
Garraway has a bachelor’s degree in mass communications from Lock Haven University and a master’s degree in student affairs administration from Kutztown University.
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