Career Services Staff
Name: Greg Hawkins
Title: Dean of Students
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Degree: B.A., Biblical Studies, Belhaven University; M.A., Higher Education, Geneva College
Hobbies/Interests: I enjoy spending quality time with family and friends, playing and watching sports, and watching movies.
At Belhaven: Greg Hawkins serves as the Dean of Students, overseeing all residence life activities, including housing, hall programs, discipline/crisis issues, and selecting and developing the residence life staff. He also oversees the counseling and dining services of the campus. He plays a vital role by partnering with other faculty and staff in fostering an environment where students can grow not only academically but relationally, spiritually, and socially.
Name: Claire T. Langley
Title: Director of Career Services and Work Study Coordinator
Hometown: Yazoo City, MS
Degree: B.S., Business Administration, William Carey University; M.S., Leadership (2013)
Hobbies: Family, building mentoring relationships, do-it-yourself home renovation, and travel
At Belhaven: Claire makes a habit of building relationships that foster personal growth within students. In the Work Study program she helps students to develop job skills through interviews, accountability and time management. Through Career Services she offers students the opportunity to brainstorm and test out their personal and career goals and passions along with helping them to develop practical job seeking skills.
Name: Wilbert C. Bryant, Jr.
Title: Coordinator of Career Services
Hometown: Hazlehurst, MS
Degree: B.S., Business Administration, Mississippi College; M.S., Leadership, Belhaven University
Hobbies: Spending time with my family, Sports, Reading, Mentoring and Community Service Projects
At Belhaven: Mr. Bryant is responsible for the logistical coordination of Career Services and the Student Jobs Program. He manages the Belhaven section of the College Central Network by working with employers, students and alumni to register utilize resources, post internships and career opportunities. Helping students to reach their full potential, he also counsels students with specific emphasis on assisting undecided majors, juniors and seniors in discovering their unique, God-given abilities and gearing them towards available resources and career direction that fits their abilities and desires. He also serves as an on campus Success Mentor Program volunteer.