CSC Peer Advisors-Who We Are

Career Services Centers Peer Advisors

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.

Photo of Peer Advisor Tanner

Tanner is a senior at Western majoring in Environmental Science, and minoring in Spanish, GIS and Environmental Education. This is her third year as a Peer Advisor in the Career Services Center and second as the Student Coordinator. She is excited to have another year in the CSC helping students learn more about different careers and opportunities the office has to offer! A born and bred Seattleite, Tanner enjoys splashing through puddles and walking through torrential downpours which lends a hand to life in Bellingham. A fan of cold weather and copious amounts of seasonal decorations, Tanner enjoys hot chocolate, hiking, making and consuming a variety of baked goods and hanging out with friends in her free time.

Photo of Peer Advisor Lung

Lung is a senior majoring in Human Services, and minoring in education and social justice. This is her second year as a peer mentor in CSC. She is thrilled to continue helping students explore all the opportunities and resources offer here at the career center! In her free time, she loves feeding her bunny, spending time with friends and family, and trying new food places

Photo of Peer Advisor Summer

Summer is a junior at Western majoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders, and minoring in Spanish. This is her first year as a Peer Advisor for the Career Services Center and she is looking forward to meeting and assisting her fellow peers achieve their career goals and dreams. Born in Eastern Washington, Summer has grown up with a love for sunshine and a passion for service. A common question that people ask her is: What is your favorite season? Although you might think she would say summer, it is in fact spring because April showers bring May flowers. In her free time, Summer can be found drawing, running, making cookies, reading a good book, smelling flowers, or playing her ukulele. If you ever see her around the office, be sure to say hello!

Photo of Peer Advisor Kortney

Kortney is a sophomore at Western majoring in a dual endorsement program for Special Education and Elementary Education, and minoring in Leadership. This is her first year as a Peer Advisor in the Career Services Center, and also works as the Social Media Peer helping manage their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. 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 they weather permits, you can find her seeking out new adventures and exploring Bellingham.

Photo of Peer Advisor Amanda

Amanda is a Western Washington University Sophomore and is currently pursuing an Environmental Studies B.A and Recreation B.A. This is Amanda’s first year joining the Career Service Center (CSC) family as a Peer Advisor and is looking forward to helping her fellow students navigate the winding road of deciding on a career path. Growing up in Issaquah, Washington has made her no stranger to the incredible world of the outdoors. Amanda is a devoted club member of Western’s Hiking Club and loves to meet other fellow mountain enthusiasts. During the next couple of years in Bellingham, she hopes to study abroad and embark on a career in Eco-Tourism. Besides working at the CSC and studying the books, Amanda devotes the rest of her hours towards her family, friends, recreational running, listening to 80’s music, international traveling and drinking her body’s weight in green tea.

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Page Updated 03.01.2018