Matthew Casey

Associate Director, Graduate Career Services

Matthew Casey

I provide career advising to graduate students in Arts & Sciences, Engineering, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in all phases of career readiness, including, but not limited to: identifying and articulating career interests/competencies/values, developing networking skills, and employing internship and job search strategies. I am also responsible for the design and delivery of innovative career and professional development programming to ensure that graduate students are prepared for careers after Tufts. I work closely with colleagues across campus to develop strategies and needs assessments to identify opportunities to grow our support of graduate students.

After 10+ years in business strategy, planning, and consulting roles across a variety of industries, I transitioned from industry in 2010 and launched a private career strategy and coaching business. In addition to private practice, I have also worked as an Adjunct Professor teaching career planning and management, an executive search consultant, an executive function coach, a guest professor for a university Physician Assistant program, and a volunteer career coach for the Institute for Career Transitions.

Most interesting/unusual job: The first job I ever had – and loved – was as a cook, cashier, and server at a fried chicken restaurant “famous” for its hand cut, pressure-cooked fries called “Jo Jo’s.” If not for nearly burning my eyebrows off in a pizza oven pilot light predicament, I might still be there. Sadly, it has been closed for many years and its delicious recipes lost with it.

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