CSC Peer Advisors-Who We Are

We are undergraduate students who are trained by the Career Services Center to help you explore both majors and careers. As peers, we have learned to use the many resources available in the Center and look forward to sharing them with you.

We have learned how to develop our own resumes, and are ready to help you polish yours. We help support the staff in the Center with their many events and outreach activities. Come in and visit us soon.

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Kortney is a Senior at WWU majoring in Woodring’s Exceptionality and Disability Program with a focus in Leadership. This is her second year as a Peer Advisor in the Career Services Center. She is very excited to use this opportunity to help others put their best foot forward when they enter the professional world. Whether you need tips on your resume, or a little boost in confidence, you can find her in the CSC ready to answer any questions. From Lynnwood, Washington, Kortney enjoys doing studio dancing and arts and crafts. She also has found a great passion in assisting students with their education when more significant circumstances may make their experience a little bit harder. One of Kortney’s favorite things to do is snuggle up with her kitten Hazel, hot chocolate in hand, and watch some good chic flicks. But if the weather permits, you can find her seeking out new adventures and exploring Bellingham.

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Amanda is a third year peer advisor at the Career Service Center. As a senior at Western Washington University, she is finishing up her degree as an Environmental Studies major at Huxley College of the Environment. Following her main passions, she is emphasizing her studies on geography and field work. Amanda is excited to help the western community accomplish their career goals through resume checks, mock interviews and exploring other CSC resources. In her free time, Amanda enjoys embarking on small road trips, watching classic movies, journaling, hiking with friends and family, and seeing new places. So if you ever want to talk about great hiking spots or how to move towards your dream job, come have a chat with her at the Career Service Center!

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Haley is a Junior at Western majoring in Sociology with a minor in both Psychology and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. This is her first year as a Peer Advisor and she is excited to jump in to help students learn about the different opportunities through the Career Services Center! She is from a small rural town called Elma, Washington and grew up raising and showing horses, goats, chickens and more and has a passion for animals (especially cats) and agriculture. In her free time, she likes to make her own candles and soaps, develop new recipes, or curl up with a Harry Potter book, a good cup of green tea, and her guinea pig on a rainy day. She values a kind conversation and turning strangers into friends so make sure to say hello when you see her in the office!

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Eric is a Sophomore at Western planning to major in Political Science and Sociology. Like many students, Eric initially struggled to figure out his major but is thankful for all the help he received from counselors at the Career Service Center. With this being his first year as a Peer Advisor, Eric is excited to now be in the position to help other students develop their skills in order to be successful in college and in their careers. In his spare time, Eric loves to hike and explore all that Bellingham has to offer. He also loves to travel and plans to study abroad this summer. For Eric, the Career Service Center creates a positive environment where he is ready to help you out with whatever you need!

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Madison is loving her freshman year at Western and her first year as a Peer Advisor. She is interested in majoring in environmental science with a marine science emphasis. She is grateful for the opportunity to help other students create resumes, cover letters, and interview skills that will help them achieve their career dreams. She is excited to integrate kindness, positivity, and successful collaboration into her appointments. If she is not in the Career Services Center, there is a good chance she is exploring the beaches around Bellingham, trying a new recipe, going for a run, or hammocking in the trees with her friends. She enjoys meeting new people, so please say hello when you see her working.