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PGA of America Names Michael Mueller, PGA Carolinas Section Employment Consultant

The Carolinas PGA is pleased to announce that PGA Employment Services has named Michael Mueller, PGA the new Carolinas PGA Section Employment Consultant. Mueller becomes part of the expanded team of 18 employment consultants now serving PGA Members and employers across the country. Recently, PGA Employment Services added eight new field consultants to its team who will provide a unique opportunity to forge stronger relationships with both PGA Members and​ PGA employers through the overall smaller geographic territories each Consultant manages. We're proud to see Mueller serve the Carolinas PGA Section.

"The opportunity to serve the members of the Carolinas PGA as your Employment Consultant is a dream come true," says Mueller. "I look forward to working with my fellow Professionals every day and helping you achieve your career goals."

Previously in this role was Don Sweeting, PGA, who was recently promoted to Director of PGA Employment Services. We thank Don for his many years of service to our Section and look forward to welcoming Mike to this new role. Please join us in congratulating Mike on this prestigious honor. Should you ever have any employment questionsyou can reach him here!

 

 

 

 

 

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