Career Peers are current Loyola University undergraduate students who are experts on the resources available through the Career Development Center. Career Peers specialize in peer-to-peer advising, providing guidance and advice on student’s resumes and cover letters during walk-in hours. They are also available to answer initial questions students may have about the job search process, federal work-study, RamblerLink and more! In addition to walk-in advising, Career Peers also promote the Career Development Center on campus, assist at career events and offer a variety of workshops for residence halls and campus organizations.
Meet the 2013-2014 Career Peers
|Dan Brasic||Junior||Finance and Spanish|
|Sheridan Taormina||Junior||Health Systems Management and Business Administration|
Career Peer Workshop Requests
Career Peers offer an array of programming tailored to the student audience at locations and times arranged by you. Past career-related workshop topics included Resume and Cover Letter Writing, Interviewing Skills, Professional Networking and How to Work a Career Fair. Please contact us if you have a workshop idea that is not listed above. Request a Career Peer Workshop
Interested in being a Career Peer?
Applications for the 2013-2014 school year are currently closed. The position description and application for the 2014-2015 school year will be available on RamblerLink immediately after spring break.