Careers & Recruiting
Peer Career Coaches

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Fisher College of Business Peer Career Coaches are undergraduate business students who have undergone a formal training program to assist other students with:

  • Developing resumes and cover letters

  • Identifying useful career resources around campus

  • Utilizing Handshake, to search for jobs and internships, and how to schedule interviews
  • Developing a LinkedIn profile
  • Preparing for career fairs


Spring semester drop-ins will begin on the first day of classes, Monday, January 9, 2023.  The final day for Peer Career Coach drop-ins is the last day of classes, April 24, 2023.  There are no Peer Career Coach drop-ins during spring break, university holidays, exam week, or summer.

For virtual drop-ins: To get feedback on a resume, cover letter, or LinkedIn profile, simply click on the Zoom link below during the scheduled virtual drop-in times.  You will be admitted to the waiting room and a Peer Career Coach will admit you to the room when they are ready. 

Day Times Virtual or In-person Location
Mondays 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm VIRTUAL Virtual via Zoom (click here)
Tuesdays 9:00 am - 4:30 pm In-person 150 Gerlach Hall
Wednesdays 8:30 am - 6:00 pm VIRTUAL Virtual via Zoom (click here)
Thursdays 8:30 am -3:30 pm In-person 150 Gerlach Hall

Zoom link for Peer Career Coaches:

*Zoom link will only work for students with an email address.  To log in with your OSU email credentials, follow the steps below or view the screenshots on this document.

1) Click on the Zoom link above
2) Click "Sign in to Join"
3) Click "Sign in with SSO"
4) Type in "osu" for company domain and click Continue
5) Log in with your osu name.# and password


Meet the Peer Career Coaches!

  • Open/Close Claudia Casey

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    Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio
    Major: Finance & Marketing
    Graduation: May 2024

    Digital Marketing Internship with retail apparel company Arborwear (Summer 2021)
    Fisher Global Consulting Project in Milan, Italy (May 2022)

    What inspired me to become a Career Coach:

    I was inspired to be a Peer Career Coach by how much I was positively impacted professionally during my freshman and sophomore years by utilizing the resources the OCM provided. In addition, the person who gave me my QUIC interview inspired me to take BUSADM 2601 which was a class I enjoyed and learned so much from. Furthermore, the mentorship I received from the current peer career coaches is what I want to provide to students within Fisher.

    On campus Involvement:

    Member of the Honors Cohort within Fisher
    Global Ambassador in the Office of Global Busines
    Director of Academics in Alpha Phi Sorority
    Fisher Alumni Mentee Program
    Fisher Peer Mentor
    Fisher Impact Day Marketing Coordinator (Fall 2021)
    VP of Strategic Marketing of Buckeye Professional Advancement & Development

    Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:

    Immerse yourself into organizations, programs, and within different groups of people. Something that I love about Fisher is the people within it. It is important early on to start building relationships with the students you will be sharing classes throughout the next four years with. A great way to start is getting involved in the many organizations Fisher has, if that is a business fraternity or a consulting club, there are endless opportunities available.

  • Open/Close Luke Dovell

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    Hometown: New Albany, Ohio
    Major: Accounting & Economics
    Graduation: May 2024

    Summer 2022 Tax Intern at Schneider Downs

    What inspired me to become a Career Coach:

    I was inspired to become a Peer Career Coach due to my passion for helping others. I have always enjoyed helping my closest friends edit their resumes and provide critiques of their LinkedIn profiles.

    On-campus/community involvement:

    Accounting Association President, Pi Kappa Phi President, Mount Leadership Society Scholar, Fisher Peer Mentor, Deloitte Career Launch Participant

    Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:

    Join a student organization and aspire to become a leader in this group. I had the experience to meet and network with so many different people in the Accounting Association which ultimately prompted me to become a leader within this organization.


  • Open/Close Hattie Fu

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    Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri & Shanghai, China
    Major: Finance and Economics
    Graduation: May 2023


    Strategy & Portfolio Innovation Intern at Underwriters Laboratories

    Consultant Analyst at Global Trade Consulting Group

    Summer Analyst at a Chicago Management Consulting firm

    What inspired me to become a Career Coach:

    Fisher has been a great help to me during my time at Ohio State. Professors, faculty, and peers have gone above and beyond to assist me in achieving my goals. I decided to be a Peer Career Coach because I wanted to give back to the community that has pushed me to grow in unexpected ways. Since freshman year, I've enjoyed all my engagements with the Office of Career Management, and we have a lovely OCM family.

    On-Campus involvement and leadership:

    Honors Cohort, Fisher Peer Advisor, Mortar Board, BUCC, BCI, IUFO, Phi Chi Theta, USG, GLI

    My interests/hobbies include:

    Traveling, Dance, Road Bike, Movie, K variety show

  • Open/Close Audrey Neyer

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    Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
    Major: Marketing
    Graduation: May 2023

    Marketing Intern: LumAware Safety

    Entertainment Marketing Intern: Improv Cincinnati

    What inspired me to become a Career Coach:

    I visited the career coaches many times throughout my time at Fisher. I wanted to help other Fisher students feel confident in their job/internship applications as the peer career coaches did for me. 

    On-campus/Community Involvement:

    Vice President of Buckeye Stand Up Comedy, Editor for Backburner Sketch Comedy, Project Manager for Students Consulting for nonprofits, Entrepreneurship and Innovation scholars.

    Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:

    Get involved, not only in Fisher clubs but other campus organizations as well. Make sure to explore all of your interests- even if you think they wouldn't be a shining star on a resume. Doing things you enjoy will make you a more well-rounded person and stick out even more within the Fisher space!


  • Open/Close McKenzie Snyder

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    Hometown: Mason, Ohio
    Major: Accounting, Engineering Sciences minor
    Graduation: May 2023

    Summer 2020: Loan Operations Intern at First Financial Bank

    Summer 2021: Assurance Intern at Cohen & Company

    What inspired me to become a Peer Career Coach:

    I wanted to be a Peer Career Coach to give back to the Fisher students and help them professionally. Fisher has given me so many connections and opportunities to learn and improve that I want to provide that for others.

    On-campus/community involvement:

    Alpha Kappa Psi, Chi Omega Sorority, and Mount Leadership Society Scholars Program

    Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:

    Get involved and take advantage of every opportunity to meet new people and hear their experiences and stories. Whether it be through involvements or meeting people in class, don’t be afraid to go outside of your comfort zone.


  • Open/Close Tori Warnock

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    Ashley, Ohio
    Major: Marketing
    Graduation: May 2023
    Internships: Sherwin-Williams
    What inspired me to become a Peer Career Coach:

    I know how hard everything was for me when I started in Fisher. I felt very behind professionally compared to my peers, especially with the basics like resumes and cover letters. Working as a Peer Career Coach gives me the opportunity to give others the help and guidance they need professionally. 

    On-campus/community involvement:

    Phi Chi Theta

    Fisher Peer Advisor

    Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:

    Try your best not to compare yourself to others. The pressure to do all the well-known clubs, to do the same internships, and to follow the same path can be a lot. It’s okay if your path looks different as long as you’re doing what’s best for you. If you’re always comparing yourself there is always more you can do.