Hometown: Olmsted Falls, OH
Birthday: November 2, 1992
My internship(s): Business Intelligence and Analysis Intern –JoAnn Fabric and Craft stores
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: Fisher has provided me with incredible opportunities to grow both personally and professionally, and I would love the chance to give back some of what Fisher has given me.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: I love that Fisher strives to go beyond the classroom to provide students with learning and career opportunities. Fisher gives students great experiences in networking and interviewing to prepare for life after graduation.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Get involved early! Fisher has so many great organizations to take advantage of and they are the perfect place to meet students with different internship and work experiences.
On-campus/community involvement: Business Analytics Industry Cluster, Undergraduate Business Women’s Association, Student Assistant in the Office of Research
A “fun” fact about me: I have held hands with all of the Backstreet Boys!
My idea of a perfect day at OSU: Relaxing on Oval Beach
My favorite OSU moment: The day I discovered Buckeye Donuts
My role model: My parents- they have taught me the value of hard work and have supported me through everything
My favorite food: Sushi and Ice Cream (Not together)
Hometown: Cleveland, OH
Birthday: December 20, 1993
Scholars or Honors program: Health Sciences Scholar
My internship(s): Human Resources at Hyland Software (2013 and 2014)
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, volunteer at Northside Library Homework Help Center, Second Year Transformational Experience Program (STEP), Health Care Industry Cluster
A “fun” fact about me: I traveled throughout Europe for 25 days in Summer 2014.
I have studied abroad in: I’ve volunteered abroad in Higuey, Dominican Republic.
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.
My favorite OSU moment: OUAB and Buckeython Benefit Concert in 2013 featuring Kendrick Lamar and Steve Aoki at LC.
My role model: My mom.
My favorite food: I seriously love all food—I could never choose…
Hometown: Cleveland, OH
Birthday: March 6, 1993
Scholars or Honors program: Honors Cohort
My internship(s): 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.
On-campus/community involvement: 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
Hometown: West Bloomfield, Michigan
Birthday: August 10, 1993
My internship(s): Tax Intern, Dale Saylor & Associates, CPAs
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: College is a huge transition from anything we are used to and I want to help my peers go through that transition as smoothly as possible. I know how it feels to be clueless about the real world and I would love to be a resource students can count on to go to with any questions they have without feeling embarrassed or uncomfortable.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: The sense of community in Fisher is unlike any other college at Ohio State. I feel like I’m on a different campus when I walk through the quad and everyone is looking out for each other. The resources that Fisher offers allow us every opportunity for success in our classes and in future endeavors. I feel challenged every day as a Fisher students so things always stay interesting.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Take advantage of Fisher resources as soon as possible! Attend every career fair even as a freshman just to get exposure to different industries and get used to networking. Construct a resume and cover letter early on and have confidence in the jobs you have worked, the activities that you have been involved in and the accomplishments you have achieved. Confidence in your skills, and passion for your major will take you further than anything else.
On-campus/community involvement: A Kid Again Volunteer Organization Intramural Sports teams (soccer, softball, flag football)
A “fun” fact about me: When I sneeze it is never just once; I average about seven or eight with a record of 15 in a row.
My interests/hobbies include: Drawing, painting, writing, music, Harry Potter (the books, movies, really anything Harry Potter)
I have studied abroad in: Unfortunately I have not traveled…I should really get a passport.
My idea of a perfect day at OSU: The day after spring semester finals when you wake up having no deadlines or obligations. All of your friends are still on campus and the world is your oyster! Going to Oval Beach, exploring campus, and enjoying the warmth and sunshine with friends.
The main reason I came to OSU: My entire family went here, my parents even met in Baker Hall. I wanted the sense of community and spirit that you rarely find at a big school, but for OSU.
My favorite OSU moment: Every mirror lake jump, I dread it every year and then I do it and there is nothing like it. If you have never done it, it cannot possibly be explained.
My role model: My dad because he worked so hard for me and my siblings. He had such an optimistic view on life that I strive for, his outgoing personality lightened a room, and his laugh was infectious.
My favorite food: Bagels! I could eat one for every meal and always be satisfied.
My favorite sport: Football for watching, softball for playing.
Hometown: Cleveland, OH
Birthday: October 17, 1992
My internship(s): ArcelorMittal – summer 2013,
Ernst & Young—summer 2014
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: I am so lucky to have so many great mentors in my life to help me with everything from professional advice to daily pick me ups so I am looking to be that resource for students looking to better themselves, especially professionally.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: There are some truly incredible faculty and students in the school. The community is incredible and the resources for students here are unlike anything else I’ve ever been apart of.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there and seize an opportunity. Join an organization, take a unique class and get coffee with a professor. Take advantage of everything you can while you’re here!
On-campus/community involvement: Delta Sigma Pi—former Vice President of Pledge Education, College Mentor for Kids—Big Buddy, Ohio State Alumni Association—Student Representative/Staff
My leadership roles at OSU: During my time with Delta Sigma Pi, I have served as the Vice President of Pledge Education, Brand Committee Head and Vice President of Community Service for my pledge class.
A “fun” fact about me: I plan to visit all 50 states in my lifetime; I’ve been to only 13 so far.
I have studied abroad in: I’m going to New Zealand in May for my first trip out of the United States ever!
My favorite OSU moment: Getting on the field at the shoe after OSU beat Michigan during our 12-0 season.
My favorite food: I love pizza with my entire heart. Hands down best pizza in Cleveland (my hometown) is Mama Santa’s in Little Italy.
Hometown: Jamestown, OH
Birthday: October 5, 1992
My internship(s): Chrysler (summer 2014)
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: I want to help students succeed by using all the Office of Career Management’s resources as well as my own personal experiences.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: The sense of community is great, as well as all the excellent facilities, opportunities, and professors in Fisher.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Don’t be an inactive learner. Find something you enjoy doing outside of class and go with it. This university is so big, there are bound to be plenty of people with common interests.
On-campus/community involvement: Students intern in OAA
Fisher International Friends
Ohio State International Pre-Departure Orientation (PDO) volunteer
American Language Program (volunteer conversation partner)
A “fun” fact about me: I can speak Chinese and spent my last two summers in Beijing.
My interests/hobbies include: any sports: golf, tennis, basketball, baseball, badminton, etc.
The main reason I came to OSU: Fisher, the Buckeye spirit, and all the great opportunities.
My role model: My grandfather
My favorite sport: Golf! Too bad in Ohio we can’t play for ¼ of the year.