Hometown: Toledo, Ohio
Birthday: December 28th, 1992
Scholars or Honors program: Media, Marketing, and Communications scholars & Business Analytics Industry Cluster (2013-2014)
My internships: Intern at CMax Advisors (2012), Treasury Cash Management Intern at Eaton Corporation (2014), Tax Intern at Crowe Horwath (2015)
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: I have always had very positive and impactful experiences with the Office of Career Management and the Career Coaches. I want to be able to provide students with similar experiences and to offer them guidance on professional matters.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: I love all of the opportunities you have available to you by being a Fisher student! From the great resources provided by the ULEO, Advising, and Career Management offices to the many student organizations you can join, Fisher truly has something for everyone.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Get involved! Fisher has so many amazing things to offer and by engaging yourself with the Fisher community, you will make your experience much more valuable.
On-campus/community involvement: Student Accounting Associate at The Blackwell Inn, Teaching Assistant for CSE 2133, Vice President of Finance for The Fisher Citizenship Program
A “fun” fact about me: Many people send me emails addressed to Mr. Toby Friedman
My idea of a perfect day at OSU: Any warm day that falls during a time where I do not have to worry about homework or studying that I can spend outside relaxing on the Oval and hanging out with my friends.
My favorite OSU moment: Jumping into Mirror Lake the two times I have done it!
My favorite food: I love sushi, chocolate, pizza with pineapple, pasta, hibachi…
My favorite sport: Swimming
Hometown: Guangzhou, China
Birthday: November 26, 1993
Scholars or Honors program: Honors Accounting Program
My internships: Summer Tax Intern, Euro Andertons Registered Auditors and Accountants, LLP, London, U.K. Sales Manager, Guangzhou Omaya International Trading Co., LTD, Cotonou, Benin
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: My interactions with Undergraduate Career Coaches inspired me to become a Career Coach myself. In the past year, I visited Career Coaches during walk-in hours for at least ten times. I benefited enormously by Career Coaches’ passion and expertise in building strong resumes. With their help, I found myself develop both personally and professionally. Working through the recruiting process, I realize that is extremely important for students to develop their own strengths and discover their potential. I feel very thankful that I find the internship that I love and I want to leverage my own experiences to help other students. I think it is a great way to give back to our Fisher community by building connections and developing lower classmen. I am passionate about this personal experience and I look forward to collaborating with such an amazing team.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: What I enjoy most about being a Fisher student is all the supports that I have received from our Fisher Community. I enjoy Fisher’s diverse student body and inspiring people. In my pursuance of academic achievement and career development, I received enormous encouragement from faculties, advisors and fellow students. I feel very thankful to be developed by so many amazing people. I am definitely fascinated by the numerous leadership opportunities in Fisher, but what I enjoy most is the warm and welcoming atmosphere, and the fellowship developed in the community.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: The best advice that I would share with Fisher students is to step out of your comfort zone and get involved. Fisher provides fantastic resources to students and I hope that new Fisher students can take advantage of these amazing opportunities offered by fisher to best develop their potential. Getting involved entails so many aspects, from joining student organizations and pursuing leadership, to studying or interning abroad and networking with professionals. Fisher is a great platform for student to study all disciplines of business and build personal relationships with excellent people. I believe that being proactive and getting involved is definitely one of the most important ways to succeed in Fisher.
On-campus/community involvement: Student Leadership Advocate, Buck-I-Serv Advisory Board, Honors & Scholars Ambassador, International Orientation Leader and Volunteer Income Tax Associate
My leadership roles at OSU: International Orientation Leader, Student Leadership Advocates, and Buck-I-Serv Trip Leader
My interests/hobbies include: Jogging and Playing Gu Zheng, a traditional Chinese music instrument
I have studied abroad in: London (interning, if that counts :), Berlin (this up coming May Session)
My favorite OSU moment: Singing Carmen Ohio at Fisher Pace Setter Awards Ceremony with so many amazing people.
My favorite food: I love spaghetti with all kinds of sauce.
Anything else I would like people to know about me: I like learning Art History a lot and I am especially interested in western arts from renaissance to present. I love traveling to different countries. My goal is to travel to all seven continents, including Antarctic (So far I have visited countries in Asia, North America, Europe and Africa). I am looking forward to visiting South America, Australia and Antarctic.
Hometown: Elgin, IL; Blue Ash, OH
Scholars or Honors program: Analytics Cluster
My internship(s): 2014 Summer Internship: Brand Finance Intern at Scott’s Miracle-Gro 2015 Summer Internship: Finance Intern at GE Aviation
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: I feel like I have gained and learned so much from The Office of Career Management and Fisher that I can’t help but want to give back to others. I want to support to as many people as I can, as I know how much I appreciated and needed new opinions, ideas, and support throughout my own career search/internship process.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: What I like best about being a Fisher student is the resources and opportunities that Fisher provides. I feel as if Fisher really cares about my success and wants to provide me with many resources to aid me on my journey. Plus, I have made so many valuable friendships here that I feel as if Fisher is another home to me.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Organization and networking is key. At the beginning of the year, attend information programs or meetings of different organizations, both within and outside of Fisher. Getting involved will allow you to make some truly valuable friendships. Also, keep a calendar/planner handy (GoogleCalendar is great!) so that you can keep track of all of your commitments, whether it is an organization’s meeting, coffee with a friend, or even when your classes are.
On-campus/community involvement: Member of Alpha Kappa Psi (former Mock Career Fair Chair) President of Undergraduate Business Women’s Association Peer Advisor Middle School Volleyball Coach Analytics Industry Cluster
My interests/hobbies include: Playing volleyball, reading, and watching TV
The main reason I came to OSU: Originally from out of state, I came to OSU for all of the opportunities it offers. I knew there were so many ways for me to make OSU feel smaller and more like a home away from home.
My role model: My mom. She has such an incredible work-life balance and continually supports my dreams and goals.
My favorite food: Cheeseburger, Pasta, and Mini M&Ms
My favorite sport: Playing: Volleyball; Watching: Football and college basketball
Hometown: Cleveland, OH
Birthday: December 20, 1993
Scholars or Honors program: Health Sciences Scholar
Summer 2013: Human Resources, Hyland Software
Summer 2014: Human Resources, Hyland Software
Summer 2015: Human Resources, Goodyear
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: I have met so many influential students at Fisher over the past few years and they have truly helped me grow professionally. I want to be able to pay it forward by helping other Fisher students develop their professional skills to ultimately achieve their career goals.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: I love that there are so many resources available to us as Fisher students. From FisherConnect to Fisher organizations, Fisher students can always find a way to have their questions answered and their needs fulfilled.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Get involved in some sort of Fisher organization outside of the classroom! This is a great way to meet other students who will be in your classes, to network with older students who have tons of experiences to share, and to make your college experience more exciting!
On-campus/community involvement: Delta Sigma Pi, Vice President of Chapter Operations Peer Advisor in the Office of Undergraduate Programs and Advising
A “fun” fact about me: I am 100% Irish!
I have studied abroad in: I haven’t studied abroad, but I’ve volunteered abroad in Higuey, Domincan Republic and I’ve traveled abroad in Dublin, Wales, Liverpool, London, Amsterdam, Lucerne, Brussels, Paris, Nice, Monaco, Florence, and Barcelona.
My idea of a perfect day at OSU: The first warm day after a long and cold winter. Everyone is so happy to be outside and the Oval becomes the most wonderful place. Or any football Saturday.
The main reason I came to OSU: Endless opportunities!
My role model: My parents.
My favorite food: I seriously love all food—I could never choose…
Hometown: : Oceanside, NY
Birthday: : February 21, 1994
My internships: :
Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Corporation
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: My desire to see Fisher students succeed and be competitive with the most highly qualified job seekers in the country.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: I like how intelligent, interesting, and challenging all of my peers around me are.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Fisher is a college in which you get out of what you put into it. There are opportunities to learn, succeed, and have fun everywhere, and its strongly encouraged that you be proactive about finding these opportunities and determining what you like doing the most.
On-campus/community involvement: President of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Treasurer of the Order of Omega Greek Honor Society
Member of the Buckeye Capital Investors Club
Finance Tutor for the Fisher College of Business
My leadership roles at OSU: President of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Treasurer of the Order of Omega Greek Honor Society
I am most proud of: Being a Kappa Sigma at The Ohio State University
My interests/hobbies include: Photography, College football, table tennis, reviewing and sharing music, investing, & Italian culture.
My favorite OSU moment: Seeing the Buckeyes win the First ever College Football Playoff National Championship
My role model: Warren Buffet
My favorite food: Chicken Parmesan
My favorite cause: The Military Heroes Campaign
My favorite sport: Soccer
Hometown: Cleveland, OH
Birthday: March 6, 1993
Scholars or Honors program : Honors Cohort
Morningstar, Inc.—Equity Data Intern; Sydney, Australia
EY—Audit Intern, Cleveland, OH
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: As a freshman, I visited the Career Coaches many times, and now as a senior I want to give back to Fisher by helping other students.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: I really like the organizations Fisher has available for students. These provide a great way for students to meet future employers, make friends, and gain leadership experience.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Take the time to choose your specialization and get involved both in and outside of Fisher. Think about where you want to be after graduation and how you want to reach those goals.
Student Association at Neighborhood Services & Collaboration
Member, Students Consulting for Non-Profit Organizations
Treasurer, Residence on Tenth Activity Board
Student on Committee for Re-Design of North Campus
Peer Financial Coach, Scarlet and Gray Financial
A “fun” fact about me: While studying and working abroad in Australia, I spent one full day in New Zealand, just to see the shire.
My interests/hobbies include: Triathlons, cycling, martial arts, reading, traveling, snowboarding, and wake boarding
I have studied abroad in: Sydney, Australia
My idea of a perfect day at OSU: Watching the Buckeyes beat Michigan at the shoe!
The main reason I came to OSU: OSU offered the opportunity to experience new ideas while also enabling me to pursue my interests.
My favorite OSU moment: Rushing the field after the Wisconsin game my freshman year.
My role model: Winston Churchill. I admire the perseverance and unfailing optimism with which he led his country during some of its hardest times.
My favorite food: Salmon, although I really love chicken parmesan too.
My favorite cause: Pelotonia.
My favorite sport: Soccer