Emilio joined the Office of Career Development as a Graduate Assistant in July 2012. He graduated with a Master of Science in College Student Affairs with a concentration in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from NSU. Emilio has been a Full Time Adviser with the Office of Career Development as of June 2013. In September 2015 he started his current role with the office as the Assistant Director for Career Advisement at NSU.
Emilio was born and raised in Miami, FL. He attended Florida International University and graduated in the Fall 2010 with his Bachelor of Science in Sociology/International Relations. During his time as an undergraduate student, Emilio was involved in various student organizations on campus including his own Fraternity, Sigma Alpha Mu. Throughout his time as an undergraduate student, Emilio would volunteer at various events on campus including providing information to students and parents during the undergraduate orientation process. Emilio has worked in the past for the Student Services & Career Placement department at Florida International University College of Law, specifically in developing community outreach programs and assisting with the planning of special events such as graduation. Additionally Emilio Collaborated with the Assistant Director of Student Services to create the Academic, Ethics, and Professional Training (ADEPT) program, which aimed at creating a more well informed and civilized lawyer upon graduation through detailed workshops and panel discussions.
Emilio understands the importance of helping students reach their career goals and the impact that informational resources can have on attaining such desired outcomes. Emilio plans to meet and advise students to help them overcome the various challenges they may face as they strive to reach individual career goals.
Emilio is a huge sports fan and loves to attend Miami Heat and Miami Hurricane Football games. A fun fact about Emilio is that he spent a year conducting research with Electric fish including Eels at Florida International University.