Hunter helps students of all years and majors with major and/or career development. He works with students in various capacities including one-on-one appointments, drop-in hours, and/or classroom presentations. As a member of the Exploration community, Hunter can help students who are trying to discover their major and how that connects to a career. Hunter also serves as the co-lead of the Career Peer Educator (CPE) program, overseeing 20 undergraduate student employees who help in the career development of their fellow students. Hunter also serves as the co-lead for the internal diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) team within the Career Center.
Prior to joining the UVA Career Center in August 2017, Hunter was a graduate Career Coach at the University of Kansas helping students navigate the career exploration process. He also worked with the Women’s Center as the Men and Masculinities Intern, creating and delivering presentations to various student groups on the definitions of healthy masculinity and how it benefits all people. Hunter is passionate about helping students discover what it is they want to do. With a background in gender and racial inequality, Hunter utilizes an intersectional lens to better serve students who have been marginalized.
Hunter studied Sociology as an undergraduate before receiving his Master’s in Higher Education Administration. Both of his degrees come from the University of Kansas. In his free time Hunter enjoys catching up on the latest movies/shows, Twitter, or trying the latest restaurant Charlottesville has to offer.