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.
Anna is a senior majoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders, minoring in Psychology, and in the Honors Program here at Western. This is her second year as a Peer Advisor. Anna enjoys various majestic mountain and ocean activities such hiking, rock climbing, downhill skiing, skate skiing, kayaking, fishing, as well as good coffee and friends. She is a member of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, Operation Smile, and a Compass to Campus Volunteer. Anna also works for the Office of Admissions here on campus as a Student Admissions Representative so you may see her bouncing around campus giving tours to prospective students when she is not in the CSC Office!
Kelsey is a senior at Western studying a double major in Public Relations/Business MIS coupled with a minor in Internet Resource Creation and Management. Originally from Olympia, she has lived in Washington her whole life; causing a love for the Pacific Northwest and the usual acclimation to a rainy-day forecast. Halloween is her favorite time of year, not just for the premeditated splurge of buying "too many" Kit Kats, but because she loves the autumn season, scary movies and good costumes. She enjoys working as a Peer Advisor at the Career Services Center, and is very excited for the 2015-2016 year.
Grace is currently a senior studying Geography and GIS. This is her third year working as a Peer Advisor at the Career Services Center. When Grace isn’t in the CSC you will probably find her hiking in the North Cascades, climbing, rafting, practicing yoga, or solving 1000 piece puzzles with her friends. After graduation this spring, Grace hopes to work as a seasonal field worker in Alaska and then eventually continue on to graduate school in natural resource management.
Weyni is currently a senior majoring in Communication and minoring in International Studies. This is her first year working as a Peer Advisor at the Career Services Center and she is looking forward to helping students on campus! She enjoys journaling, reading blogs, being with friends and family, eating sushi and traveling! This year she is focused on exploring post-graduation opportunities, as well as maintaining a balanced life.
Alison is currently a senior and will be graduating in the Spring with a degree in both Human Services and English (Literature Emphasis). This is Alison’s second quarter interning for the Career Services Center, and loves assisting students as well as working with the Peer Advisors. In her free time she enjoys outdoor activities, hanging out with friends, and going on adventures.
Tanner is a sophomore at Western majoring in Biology with a Marine Emphasis, minoring in Environmental Science and in the Honors Program. This is her first year as a Peer Advisor in the CSC. A born and bred Seattleite, Tanner enjoys splashing through puddles and walking through torrential downpours which lends a hand to living in Bellingham during the fall, winter and spring. She also adores adventures outside and exploring new and exciting places around Bellingham. A fan of cold weather and seasonal decorations, Tanner enjoys sipping hot chocolate, collecting scarves, making decorative quasi-art pieces and hanging out with friends when not out enjoying the chilly air.
- Resumes, Cover Letters & Portfolios
- Graduate School & Preprofessional Advising
- Jobs & Internships
- Job Search
- Interview Process
- On-Campus Interviews
- International Opportunities
- Reference Files
- Students with Disabilities
- Diversity Resources
- Students Without Documents
- International Students