Amy O’Donnell joined The University of Toledo’s College of Business and Innovation in August 2004. She holds a Master of Science in College Student Personnel Services from Miami University and a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Bowling Green State University. As the College's Senior Lecturer for Career Development, Amy's emphasis is on Career Development I and II, two required career courses which take students through self-assessment to the job/internship search. Additionally, she teaches online sections of each course.As the College of Business and Innovation’s sole career development lecturer she supports the decentralized Business Career Programs Office by bearing primary responsibility for career advising, teaching all relevant career/job search skills, and assisting with or planning special events designed to groom undergraduate and graduate students for the world of work. She holds membership in the Midwest Association of Colleges and Employers and the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Research pursuits center on trends in recruiting and generational differences, search engine optimization of job search documents; the impact of required career curriculum on student success in the employment market; and helping military men and women transition into civilian roles.