Shannan Fasold, Career Coordinator

Phone: 503.916-6098


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts, Speech & Rhetoric Communication - U of Oregon Master of Science, Student Affairs & Higher Education - Colorado State U

Shannan Fasold, Career Coordinator

Find Shannan Fasold in Lincoln's Career Center, a future-focused resource office for students. Come in to sign up for an industry-sponsored Career Day or look for another Career-Related Learning Experience. Stop by for coaching on how to use Naviance or the Oregon Career Information System (CIS) to research occupations, majors, colleges and scholarships. Ask for feedback on your resume or scholarship essay. Review the lastest part-time or summer job postings. Connect with non-profits who value teen volunteers. Borrow a book from our college and career library. This space is small, but our goal is big; supporting you!

Ms. Fasold is also Lincoln's ASPIRE Coordinator, connecting juniors and seniors with pre-college mentors. Oregon's statewide ASPIRE program trains and supports parents and other community volunteers to serve as ASPIRE Advisors. Advisors help students research their college options and develop a list of schools to apply to, meet application deadlines and idenfity scholarship opportunities. 



Parent Volunteers

Parent Volunteers to help out in the Counseling Center and support other 1st floor offices. During a weekly (or every other week) 90 minute shift, parent volunteers might welcome students, parents and other visitors, collect and dispense paperwork, greet and direct college representatives to their meeting room, track freshman participation in Flex, promote Career Days and other opportunities, and work on special projects as they come along. They may also choose to work on special projects (Senior Check In, registration, etc.), big events (College Planning Night, College Application Week, etc.) or staff the Help Desk, answering questions and welcoming students. Full training will be held for all volunteers in September. Be a welcoming face in the central hall of the school and help students navigate the complex world that is Lincoln! For more information email our lead volunteer,