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Krista Steeves
Director of Experiential Learning and Career Development
krsteeves@mta.ca
506-939-2034

Krista is a Mount Allison grad who has always loved working with people.  She began her career as a Residence Life Co-ordinator and has held several positions in student life ranging from supporting graduate students to working as a Dean of Students. Academically she holds a Masters degree in Higher Education as well as Counselling and Psychotherapy. Working with students to identify supports needed and developing appropriate programing has always been a personal area of interest.  If she had one message for students it would be to be curious, explore personal interests and believe in the possible.


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Rebecca Leaman
Career Services Co-ordinator
rleaman@mta.ca
506-364-2226

Rebecca graduated in 2004 with a BA in International Relations, though her love of working with people and community has translated in wide variety of experiences working in community recreation, event planning, and not-for-profits. In 2012 she joined the Mount Allison team as Career Services Co-ordinator where she works with students to help them map their career path and help them find great employment opportunities in the meantime. Rebecca runs the Graduation Preparation Series, supports the Summer Internship and Alumni Career Mentorship Programs, and works with employers who want to hire MtA students.


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Hannah Rose
Experiential Learning and Career Development Intern
hrose@mta.ca
506-364-2226

Hannah is a recent graduate of Mount Allison (’18) who is very excited to be back on campus as the Experiential Learning Intern. Hannah completed an honours degree in Psychology and a minor in Philosophy. Hannah conducted research in the psychology department throughout her third and fourth years. While a student at Mount Allison, Hannah also held many positions, including Teaching Assistant, Registrar’s Office Assistant, Campus Ambassador, and Resident Assistant. Hannah loves talking about Mount Allison and is very excited to take on new responsibilities in her role in the Office of Experiential Learning and Career Development.