Brent Miller is a career services advisor for students in the Game Programming Development & Design (GDD), Software Development, and Graphic Design programs at Coleman University. Miller enrolled as a student in 2011 and earned both an associate’s degree and bachelor’s degree in the GDD program. Upon graduating in 2014, Miller joined the Career Services department thanks to his exemplary work as a student and teacher’s assistant, working with more than 100 students in the GDD program.
As a career services advisor, Miller screens and submits résumés for jobs that match students’ qualifications and interests, and informs students and alumni of potential job leads and upcoming career fairs. Students and alumni are always welcome to visit the department for a copy of the career services workbook. The workbook contains valuable information about writing winning résumés and cover letters, interviewing techniques, salary negotiating, business etiquette, and more. As students draw closer to graduation, Miller is available to ensure that their job searches are simple, efficient, and effective. Brent also keeps abreast of industry trends and changes, and regularly meets with employers to discuss their hiring needs.
Miller is a military veteran who spent 11 years as a member of the United States Marine Corps (USMC) and held the rank of Staff Sergeant. As an infantry platoon leader, Brent led marines into combat. During enlistment, he served as Marine Corps Security Forces (classified secret), drill instructor, and operations chief. He also completed two tours of duty overseas. He was deployed in combat zones to Camp Rhino near Kandahar, Afghanistan, from 2001-2002, and at Ramadi and Ar-Rutbah, Iraq, from 2006-2007. While in Iraq, he was wounded in combat and retired from the USMC in 2009.
Miller encourages students who need career advising assistance to contact him at (858) 966-3978, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by his office Monday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.