Career Services Manager, Center for Creative Economies
Isabel Tweraser (she/her) provides individual career coaching to fine arts students and alumni. She is passionate about supporting and empowering students of all identities as they work towards meaningful careers in the arts. Additionally, she teaches the fine arts internship course and oversees COFA Career Services programming and scholarships. On top of her work as a career advisor, Isabel is an active freelance musician in the central Texas region, frequently playing in pit bands, wedding ensembles, and regional orchestras, and serving on the board of the Austin Civic Orchestra.
Isabel earned her MM in music theory at Florida State University, where she served as an instructor of music theory, music technology, and aural skills. She also holds a BA in music and a BS in computer science from Southwestern University, where she gained three years of experience working in the Center for Career and Professional Development.
How she can help you: Reach out to Isabel for individual career coaching, questions about internship funding and the fine arts internship course, or if you are interested in partnering with COFA Career Services.