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Jason Vallozzi

Jason A. Vallozzi is the founder of Campus to Career Crossroads, which is established on the premise of helping to bridge the gap in today’s confusing and competitive college admissions to career market. The mission at Campus to Career Crossroads is to develop a supportive and individualized partnership with clients in order to help them successfully navigate the transitional and complex stages from high school to career.

Jason is a magnum cum laude graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. He possesses over fifteen years of progressive experiences in post-secondary admissions, and over four years of high-level talent acquisition in the retained executive search world. Jason continually works on his professional development whether it be enrolled in courses at the UCLA Extension College Counseling Program or as an active member of numerous professional associations. Some of his professional memberships include the National Résumé Writers’ Association, National Career Development Association, Independent Educational Consultants Association, National Association for College Admission Counseling, and the Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling. In April 2019, Jason had the honor of being appointed Regional Leader of the Independent Educational Consultants Association for Ohio, Michigan, and Western Pennsylvania.

Due to his broad background, constant pursuit of career development, and first rate professional relationships, Jason Vallozzi is able to offer a unique and valuable college admissions to career management services to all of his clients.
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6 Reasons You Need to Be Involved in a Professional Association (and Why I Cannot Live Without Mine!)

Posted by Jason Vallozzi on July 28, 2021

Can you pinpoint one professional experience that changed your life? 

My pivotal moment happened when I was only twenty-four. 

I was asked to attend a professional association admissions conference. I thought, "Great! Just what I need to break up my summer — a run-of-the-mill, ordinary July conference."  

It was anything but ordinary. It was anything but run-of-the-mill. 

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