An Introduction to E-town’s Career Services Department

An Introduction to E-town’s Career Services Department

Elizabethtown College’s Career Services Department is available to assist SCPS students and alumni with any questions and guidance they are looking for. We wanted to introduce the staff to the SCPS community so you can understand more about what we do and who would be best suited to answer your questions.


Jane Nini, Director

Jane has worked at Elizabethtown College since 2005. For 30 years, Jane has worked in various capacities in the field of Career Development. Initially, she worked in the field of Vocational Rehabilitation with clients in a rehabilitation unit.  Subsequent employment included working with career changers at a not-for-profit center, assisting alumni and graduate/undergraduate students at two post-secondary institutions, and consulting on two outplacement projects with employees who were downsized from manufacturing or federal positions. Jane holds a M.A. in Counseling Psychology, with an emphasis on Career Development, and undergraduate majors in Psychology and Sociology.

When should you meet with Jane?   If you are in the middle of a career change, need a resume/letter reviewed or want additional information related to careers in human services, health care, or education, please ask to make an appointment with Jane.


Tina MacKenzie, Assistant Director of Internships and Employer Engagement

Tina assists students with professional skills to include resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn/Networking, mock interviews and searching for jobs and internships.  Previous careers include a management position at Mobil Oil Corporation and previous HR experience at The Hershey Company.  Tina holds an MBA and brings a professional, energetic real world approach in assisting students in these areas. 

When should you meet with Tina?   If you are seeking a career in Business, IT, or pursuing an MBA, Tina can coach you through the networking, internship, and job search process. If your employer is seeking interns, Tina always welcomes new employer referrals.


Lori Clark, Career Education & Programming Coordinator

Lori Clark manages the job shadow and externship program for Career Services.  She teaches a 1- credit course for sophomores to help them map career goals.  Through her class and individual advising, Lori helps students further examine their skills, values, and interests by facilitating connections with professionals in related careers.  Lori holds an M.Ed. and has worked in higher education and career development for the past eight years.

When should you make an appointment with Lori?   If you are seeking job shadowing opportunities, Lori can help you identify connections to pursue. If your employer would be willing to host a shadow, please let Lori know.


Shane Rottier, Coordinator of Job Development and Employer Engagement

Shane brings a diverse business and higher-education background to the Office of Career Services at Elizabethtown College. Most recently, he spent eight years holding sales and marketing positions for one of the fastest growing niche publishers in the country. Prior to that, Shane was the Director of The Corporate University at Millersville University where he provided customized training program development and worked as a corporate liaison. His background includes time spent as an Operations Manager, Process Engineer, Business Operations Consultant, Board Member, and Board President in multiple industries including plastics, franchise operations, and non-profits. Shane is a lifelong learner and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a Master of Arts degree from Concordia University Irvine.

When should you contact Shane?   Shane’s primary focus is on employer outreach rather than advising students.  He will gladly talk with you regarding any recruitment needs your employer may have. 

To schedule an appointment or talk with any Career Services staff member, please contact our office at 717-361-1206 or by email at