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Sarah Bell

Assistant Director of the Pathways Center

Biography

Sarah Bell is the Assistant Director of the Pathways Center at Waynesburg University. In this role, Sarah focuses on student support initiatives and experiential education and opportunities, serving as the primary career development and study abroad contact on campus. Sarah is the Director of the Act 101 program at Waynesburg. She is also The Washington Center liaison and the Boren and Gilman scholarship adviser. 

On a limited basis, Sarah assists the Counseling Center, seeing several clients for mental health counseling each semester. Sarah engages in Academic and Career Counseling as a part of her role. 

Sarah loves to travel and has visited more than 15 countries. She is a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers and a believer that home games will always be played at Heinz Field (regardless of official name changes). She has a cat named Loki, a dog named Millie, and a dog-niece named Arya.

Expertise

  • National Certified Counselor (NCC)
  • Certified Career Services Provider (CCSP)

Education

  • B.A., Waynesburg University; M.S., West Virginia University; M.A., Waynesburg University