Paul Bredderman

Associate Director

Phone: 404.727.1892

Email: paul.bredderman@emory.edu

Education

  • MS, Counseling and Educational Development, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Greensboro, NC
  • BA, Journalism, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

Biography

Paul Bredderman is an Associate Director and has served as a Career Counselor at Emory University since August 2003, where he specializes in helping undergraduates, graduate students and recent alumni with their self-assessment and career decision-making needs. He is passionate in helping to bring professionals and alumni to campus to talk with students through a variety of annual networking nights, designed to explore broadly the career paths in areas such as the Green/Environmental sector, Nonprofits, Arts & Entertainment, and Media and Communications. He holds a Masters in Counseling and Educational Development from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Paul considers diversity a core piece of what makes Emory special and strives to honor each individual’s unique background and perspectives in his counseling. He formerly served on the Advisory Board for the Office of LGBT Life and has been professionally active in the National Career Development Association and the Georgia Career Development Association, where he served as President in 2005-06.

Paul oversees the Green Career Cluster on Emory's OrgSync platform, where students from any major with an interest in environmental/sustainability related career paths can "opt-in" to learn about workshops, special events, campus organizations, and opportunities for jobs, internships and volunteering throughout the 2018-19 academic year. He has been recognized as a campus sustainability innovator  for his work in helping to develop Emory’s annual Green Networking Night (save the date: Thurs Nov 8, 2018) and was a featured speaker at the National Wildlife Federation’s 2018 EcoLeaders Conference for career development work with college students in the green sector. He is a guest lecturer in ENVS 497 Internship course taught by Dr. Tracy Yandle.