Achieving Career Success through Effective Disclosure

Author: drhaack

Renee Haack, Assistant Director in the Career Center at Ball State University. Her focus is working alongside students with disabilities to help them with career planning and development. She earned her B.S. from Ball State University in 2006 in the area of Special Education Dual focus Mild/Moderate Disabilities and Hearing Impairments. She received her M.A. in Secondary Administration from William Woods University located in Fulton, MO in 2009. Renee is passionate about higher education and people with disabilities and her current position allows her to empower students at the college level to gain employment that contributes to a positive quality of life, starting with internships. As a person who is hard of hearing and has ADHD, Renee comes from a place where she can empathize and sympathize with students in light of the continuous struggle it is today to be prepared for the world of work. With over 10 years of work in classrooms and in education, Renee has worked with students in grades 9-12 in two different school for the deaf and one public school at the high school level and at the college level. They all came from different backgrounds and have different disabilities but each experience she...