Hometown: Ocean Ridge, Florida
Birthday: October 10, 1991
Scholars or Honors program: John Glenn Learning Community (very similar to scholars program)
My internship: Front Desk Agent and Accounting Assistant at the Delray Beach Marriott
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: I love helping people achieve their goals, and I want to share my knowledge with others. I believe we all need to work together as a team to achieve success!
What I like best about being a Fisher student: Fisher has a great sense of community, which allows students and faculty to effectively communicate with each other. The facilities and the many opportunities outside of the classroom, such as networking and student organizations, are extremely conducive to learning. Also, I feel confident that I will adjust easily into the workforce after earning a Fisher degree.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Take advantage of Fisher and all it has to offer. There are opportunities for everyone to achieve their dream job or internship. There is only a short amount of time to make your mark, so start early and aim high!
On-campus/community involvement: Civic Leadership Council, Club Tennis Team, English Conversation Partners Program, Adopt a School Program
My leadership roles at OSU: Vice President of Professional Development and Academics in the Civic Leadership Council
A “fun” fact about me: I was at the 2012 London Olympics! Unfortunately, I wasn’t qualified to participate in any of the sporting events.
My interests/hobbies include: Tennis, piano, reading celebrity gossip magazines
I have studied abroad in: Oxford, England
My idea of a perfect day at OSU: Being on the oval on a warm and sunny day!
The main reason I came to OSU: As the daughter of an alumnus, I was born and raised as a Buckeye! When I came to visit, there was no way I would turn this opportunity down.
My favorite OSU moment: 2012 football game against Michigan!
My role model: Olivia Pope
My favorite food: Bananas
My favorite sport: Tennis
Hometown: Mansfield, Ohio
Birthday: April 1, 1992 (Yes, April Fool’s Day!)
My internship: Summer 2013, Cardinal Health. Executive Compensation HR intern
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: My first semester at main campus I took BA 2601. I learned a lot of valuable skills that I didn’t know before. I think every student has the right to be informed and take control of their career search. I want to help other students get on the right path to finding their dream job/internship by sharing my experience and giving advice.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: Fisher is a great school to learn a lot about yourself and what you’re capable of. The resources are amazing and the programs push you to try harder and find your true potential and all students are friendly and helpful to one another. Above all the college’s reputation gives students an edge that other universities do not have.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Ask questions early! Don’t wait until your junior/senior year to start finding career help. Do well in classes, get involved with student groups, and start networking with everyone you meet. You can never network enough! It’s much more relaxing to have things lined up ahead of time and not be rushing through finals week trying to find an internship for the summer. Most importantly, make your college experience a memorable one and have fun!
A “fun” fact about me: I have not had the typical Ohio State experience. I attended the Mansfield Regional campus for my first 2 years while living at home. Now that I’ve moved to Columbus, I still commute every day.
My interests/hobbies include: Cooking
I have studied abroad in: I’ve never been outside of the U.S, but I plan on traveling a lot after I graduate.
My idea of a perfect day at OSU: The atmosphere right around the time classes start in the fall. Everyone’s so excited to be back and the weather is perfect for walking outside and having fun. The oval is definitely my favorite part on campus especially during that time of year.
The main reason I came to OSU: The tradition and environment. Nothing beats the feeling of pride you get from being a buckeye! I love going to a huge school that is well-known everywhere. Even though the campus is so big, it feels like home and is actually really close to my hometown so it’s a win-win.
My role model: My hardworking parents. They support me through everything and encourage me to keep going towards my goals.
My favorite Movie: Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Jim Carey’s version. Any season/weather/time. It’s the best.)
My favorite sport: Ohio State Football. Go Bucks!
Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio
Birthday: February 12, 1993
My internship(s) : Marketing Intern, Cleveland Medical Devices 2011; Logistics Intern, X-S Merchandise 2012; Retail Operations Intern, Giant Eagle 2013
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: I have utilized career services substantially throughout my couple of years in Fisher and have received great feedback and advice! I would love to help contribute to the growth and successes of the undergraduate business students by being a helpful and comprehensive resource as well.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: I feel so grateful for the abundance of resources we have to succeed. From career advice to accessibility to employers from top-tier companies via Fisher Connect, Fisher students truly have it made! In addition, we have the pleasure of having remarkable professors who care about our successes and are always free to help and offer advice!
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Advice I would share with a new Fisher student is to be open-minded. The courses you take, the professors you meet, and the student organizations you come across can often be random. You never know if one semester you will decide to take an elective and ultimately end up finding your true passion! Also, become involved in an organization or two early on. Student orgs are a phenomenal way to create a network and take on a leadership role.
On-campus/community involvement: House Manager, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Treasurer, Jewish Business Student’s Association; Ask Big Questions Hillel Intern; Vice President of Campus Chabad
A “fun” fact about me: I would love to open a bakery one day and be a cake decorator!
My interests/hobbies include: I love to travel, relax with friends, read a good book, run, and decorate cakes!
The main reason I came to OSU: I chose to come to Ohio State because I felt I would have limitless opportunities to explore my interests and capabilities academically, socially, professionally and more. It is amazing how such a large institution can become so miniscule through tight knit student orgs and other communities.
My favorite OSU moment: I have two =): My first mirror lake jump and rushing the field after the Wisconsin game.
My role model: I really look up to my older brothers. They are extremely profound and have a lot to contribute in every facet of their lives!
My favorite food: Definitely peanut butter! Or is that considered a condiment?
Hometown: Avon Lake, Ohio
Birthday: March 29, 1992
My internship (s): Summer 2012: Market Development Intern with Parker Hannifin
Summer 2013: Marketing Intern with Cardinal Health
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: Joining a business organization as a freshman helped me to meet several older and more experienced business students that taught me a lot about job searching, professional networking, etc. I really appreciated all of the help I received and want to be able to give back and help other Fisher students in the same way.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: The close-knit community. Fisher consists of a great group of friendly and bright students. I love that I have had the opportunity to meet so many people with similar interests and goals.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Get involved early! I am so glad that I put in the effort to join a business organization my first quarter at Ohio State. It was a great way to meet friends and get a head start in the business world.
On-campus/community involvement: Delta Sigma Pi, College Mentors for Kids
My leadership roles at OSU: In Delta Sigma Pi I have held Vice President of Fundraising, Co-Founder of the Kory Kirkpatrick 3v3 Basketball Tournament, Vice President of Pledge Education, and Co-Chair of Social Committee.
My interests/hobbies include: Reading, Country music, design, fashion, travel, romantic comedies, American history, sewing, basketball, & volunteering.
I have studied abroad in: Milan, Italy
My idea of a perfect day at OSU: Watching the Buckeyes win at the Shoe! (on a warm day).
My role model: Abraham Lincoln. My favorite of his quotes: “Whatever you are, be a good one.”
Hometown: Stoughton, Massachusetts
Birthday: May 11
My internship(s): Global Information Sytems, Owens Corning; Risk Assurance, PwC
What inspired me to become a Career Coach: The services, along with wonderful faculty and staff, at Fisher has been such a great resource for me in my personal and career development, and I would love the opportunity to give back to the Fisher community what it has given me. I want to be able to help my peers in their own personal and career development by providing them the tools and confidence needed for success.
What I like best about being a Fisher student: Being a Fisher student, I love the support I get from the community and also the opportunities that come with being a Fisher student. With these opportunities, it has shaped my work ethic, inspired me with aspirations and challenged me to be and do better in every aspect of my life.
Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Explore the Fisher organizations and all the resources available to you to get the most exposure and the most out of the Fisher experience. Don’t get overwhelmed by just how much Fisher has to offer and don’t feel cornered into deciding a major or a career path. Learn from faculty, staff, and peers, and take time to determine your goals and passions. Get involved and network! Take advantage of all the opportunities Ohio State has to offer and maintain balance – work hard, play hard!
On-campus/community involvement: Buckeye Leadership Fellows; Treasurer, Corporate Relations, Information Systems Association; Resource and Technology Chair, Buckeye Undergraduate Consulting Club; Speaking English Conversation Partner Volunteer; Chi Omega; Fisher Emerging Consultants
A “fun” fact about me: I hate fun facts.
My interests/hobbies include: Running (sometimes), eating (all the time), reading, travelling, blogging, volunteering, thrift-shopping
I have studied abroad in: I’ve volunteered in an orphanage in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City of Vietnam and traveled to Korea!
My role model: My Dad.
My favorite food: Sushi (And apple pie…..Sorry, I can’t just pick one!)
My favorite cause: Anything to do with the betterment of 3rd world countries. Ultimately, I want to get involved in the technological and economic development of 3rd world countries.