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Work with a Career Coach

Our team has years of experience helping people land jobs and change their lives. They’ll tailor their approach to your needs and goals and will be by your side every step of the way. We’re in your corner.

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BAVC Sr. Career Counseling Manager - Sarah Mark
Senior Manager Learning and Development

Sarah Mark comes to BAVC with over 15 years of working in community based non-profits. With an M.A. in psychology, her previous work focused on behavioral health, program development and social justice activism. In the BAVC career counseling department Sarah offers results oriented individualized support and energetic leadership. She strives to create an inclusive and enriching atmosphere where each student's career aspirations are strengthened, and goals are increasingly met.

Dov Golodner
Senior Career Advisor

Dov has over twenty years of experience developing, administering and managing workforce development programs in the non-profit, public, and private sectors. Throughout that time he has cultivated and deepened working relationships with government and industry leaders throughout California and the Washington, DC metropolitan area, but, has enjoyed nothing more than directly counseling clients. There truly is nothing more meaningful to him then assisting clients to overcome barriers, which hold them back from following their call. In addition to working as a career counselor at BAVC, Dov is in the process of completing his M.A. in counseling psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute.

Mindy Aronoff
Senior Advisor New Business Development

Mindy leads the team that provides all adult training and technology education to digital media professionals, educators, artists and mediamakers, independent producers, dislocated workers and job seekers. The scope of this department includes over 600 classes annually, as well as custom classes, and the California state-funded Employment Training Panel contract. Previously the Director of Business Development, she forged partnerships with corporations and government for BAVC, strategized marketing and public relations efforts and planned for product development. Mindy also served as Director of Creative & Media Services at BAVC, was instrumental in overseeing the successful co-production of Spark with KQED, institutionalized BAVC's preservation program, created scores of video executive productions for California nonprofits and managed BAVC's suite rental and postproduction services. She came to BAVC in 1999 as Industry Outreach Coordinator to jumpstart the ETP program for BAVC and holds a B.A. in Design from UCLA.