Career Services Peer Advisor

Career Services Career Peer Advisor Application Opens in Handshake January 29, 2018!

Attend one mandatory 20-minute info session to learn more about being a Career Peer Advisor. Ask current peers about their position and learn about the responsibilities, duties, and qualifications. Questions? Email

All located in the Career Resource Room at Career Services

  • January 18 @ 10:30am
  • January 22 @ 10am
  • January 26 @ 1pm
  • January 30 @ 11:30am
  • February 1 @ 9:30am
  • February 5 @ 3:30pm
  • February 7 @ 2pm
  • February 13 @ 4pm
  • February 16 @ 10am

Peer Responsibilities Include:

  • Actively develop a working knowledge of agency and campus referral sources in the areas of career exploration, internships, job search and graduate school.
  • Advise students in their initial stages of career planning and provide appropriate referrals to advisors, counselors, or other campus agencies as needed.
  • Conduct research for career library including revision and organization of current materials.
  • Recommend students to appropriate occupational profiles, handouts, resource materials and computer programs relevant to their needs.
  • Help students with Handshake login and internet job searches for part-time, internship and career employment options.
  • Troubleshoot questions when applying for positions through the On-Campus Interview (OCI) Program.
  • Conduct formal/informal group presentations to students, faculty and staff about Career Services.
  • Assist career counselors with program development and implementation of specialty areas.
  • Participate in recruitment, hiring, and training of new Career Peer Advisors.
  • Provide tours of Career Resource Room as requested.
  • Serve as ambassadors for Career Services and market our programs to students, academic departments, residence halls and student organizations.

Desired Qualifications Include:

  • ALL majors and all class levels (except graduating seniors) are encouraged to apply
  • Interested in helping your fellow Gauchos with majors, employment, and careers
  • Patient and responsible
  • Comfortable working in a team, as well as being a self-starter
  • Organized and able to manage time