Our office is located in Bates 2S. All appointments must be requested through Handshake, our online career services portal. To log in for the first time, visit sarahlawrence.joinhandshake.com, and enter your gm.slc.edu e-mail address. You'll receive a message in your inbox with instructions to set your password.
Meet our Counselors
Our Staff, Left to Right: Jim MacWharter, Katherine Corsillo, Anne Marie Damiani, Angela Cherubini
Angela Cherubini MS, PD; Director
Angela provides career counseling to students and alumni, implements innovative career programs and events, and develops employer and alumni partnerships. Her goal is to help students and alumni discover their interests, values, and purpose and obtain a career for which they are truly passionate.
Angela has been a Career Services professional for more than 20 years. Before joining Sarah Lawrence College, Angela was Director of Career Services at Fordham University. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree (BS), Master’s degree (MS), and Professional Diploma (PD) in counseling and personnel services from Fordham University.
Anne Marie Damiani MS; Associate Director, Career Development
Anne Marie is a career development professional with more than 20 years’ experience in both profit and nonprofit sectors. She provides career counseling to traditional and nontraditional students and alumni in all stages of the career development process. She finds it rewarding to assist students in clarifying their interests, strengths, and goals and discovering new career and internship opportunities.
Anne Marie has her MS degree in Career Development and BS degree in Business, Management, and Economics. She advocates for people to follow their heart and find meaningful work.
Jim MacWhorter, MA, BSED; Associate Director, Employer Relations
Jim empowers students transitioning from college to careers. In addition to working with organizations to develop meaningful relationships, he facilitates connections between future employers and Sarah Lawrence students. He also oversees SLCeeds; an innovative creativity program that gives students the chance to utilize skills learned and develop employer needed abilities.
Jim has an MA in History and a BSED in Secondary Education—Social Studies. Building on over 20 years’ experience in education, he has transitioned into higher education helping students building their careers.
Katherine Corsillo MS; Associate Director, Internships
Katherine is in charge of the Career Services Internship Program, providing Sarah Lawrence students the opportunity to get hands-on experience in industries of interest. She believes interning is an important component of academic pursuits and works toward not only building a robust database of opportunities, but also establishing relationships with local and national industry leaders to meet varied student interests.
Katherine has her MS degree in Guidance and Counseling and BA in English. She worked in corporate human resources, recruiting, and career counseling prior to joining the Office of Career Services. Her internship knowledge and career services expertise help guide the Internship Program to support student needs.