Kim Martin, MS
Counselor & Faculty
Kim has been at the college since 2001.
Kim has experience counseling students with a variety of backgrounds including students who experience trauma, adjustment to college and general issues that affect a student's ability to be in college. Kim believes that all students can be their best and most successful when they have support.
Kim also teaches courses including FYE 105 Creating College Success and CG 110 Career and Life planning which focus on empowering students to reach a most fulfilling life. Kim earned her master's from Western Oregon University in rehabilitation counseling; deafness and her bachelor's in hearing impaired/preschool education from the University of Northern Colorado. She serves students at the Polk Center once a week as well as the Salem CampusBack to Meet Counseling Staff