Peer Career Advisers
Who are the PCAs?
PCAs are trained by Career Services to help fellow students with applications, resumes and cover letters, explore opportunities and share advice. As students themselves, they can offer the student perspective having gone through similar experiences. They hold events throughout the year and are available to meet one-on-one, so reach out any time. You might not think that you need to prepare for your career right now, but it’ll be important to have the connections and resources when it comes time.
What does a PCA do?
These student leaders can help you with:
- Resume and cover letter help
- Internship searches
- Interview tips
- Career Fair and Meetup preparation
- How to use Handshake
Where can you find PCAs?
PCAs host events throughout the year and are also available for one-on-one meetings. Remember to bring any documents (resumes, cover letters, application materials) you would like a PCA to review.
Here's a few of the places you'll be able to find PCAs this semester to help you with resumes, application materials, internship questions, resources, referrals and more.
You can email a PCA directly to request an appointment. Review the list of PCAs and their bios to figure out who would be the best fit for you.