Careers & Recruiting
Peer Career Coaches

Group picture of Peer Career Coaches


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

Due to COVID-19 and the need to continue social distancing, all Peer Career Coach drop-ins will be conducted virtually via Zoom for fall semester 2020.  To get feedback on a resume, cover letter, or LinkedIn profile, simply click on the Zoom link below during the scheduled 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. 

*Zoom Drop-ins will begin the first day of classes, Tuesday, August 25th and continue through the last day of classes, Friday, December 4th.  The Peer Career Coaches are not available during finals, University holidays, or breaks.

Zoom link for Peer Career Coaches: http://go.osu.edu/peercareercoachdropins

*Zoom link will only work for students with an osu.edu 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

Fall 2020 Virtual Drop-ins Schedule

Mondays 9:00 am-12:30 pm; and 2:00-4:00 pm
Tuesdays 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Wednesdays 9:00 am-11:00 am; and 6:00-8:00 pm
Thursdays 9:30 am-4:00 pm
Fridays 11:00 am-12:00 pm; and 2:00-4:00 pm
NEW Sundays 1:00 pm-4:00 pm

 

Meet the Peer Career Coaches!

  • Josh Bernadel

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    Hometown: Mooresville, NC
    Major: Logistics Management
    Internships:

    Sysco Food Distribution, OccFit Solutions, Williams-Sonoma, HFI, Microsoft

    What inspired me to become a Career Coach:

    After taking the BA2601 career development course, I knew that helping my peers with their professional development skills was exactly what I wanted to do. The resources that I have been able to utilize at OCM has been nothing but beneficial. I wanted to be able to give back and share my knowledge with my Fisher peers.

    Fun fact about me:

    I flew a plane twice in the 6th grade!

    My best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:

    The sky is the limit! Fisher has so many different resources to help you succeed, you just need to be resourceful and take advantage of the help being offered. This will make your transition extremely smooth and worthwhile.

     

  • Emma Butler

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    Hometown: Trumbull, Connecticut
    Major: Marketing, minor in Design Thinking
    Internships:

    Miamica Travel Associates, PerkinElmer Inc. 

    What inspired me to become a Career Coach:

    I have used the Peer Career Coaches before to help me prepare for upcoming career fairs and interviews. I had no idea what a resume should look like and the coaches helped me figure that out. I want to be able help another student and give back through a program that helped me.

    On campus Involvement:

    American Marketing Association, Fisher Ink Magazine, Delta Delta Delta sorority, Business of Retail Association

    Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:

    Take advantage of the resources and opportunities within Fisher. There are so many people who were once in your shoes and want to help you and give back. Step out of your comfort zone and join an organization within Fisher. You will not only be able to do something you are passionate about, but you will be surrounded by students who may become a classmate, mentor and even a friend.

  • Caroline Cruz

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    Hometown: Mason, Ohio
    Major: Accounting
    Internships:

    PwC in Boston (2019), PwC in Chicago (Virtual internship in summer 2020)

    What inspired me to become a Career Coach:

    I wanted to give back to the Fisher community by helping students develop professionally.

    On-campus/community involvement: President of Delta Sigma Pi, Fisher Ambassador, Project Thrive
    Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Follow your own path, join organizations that you are passionate about not just organizations that you think will look good on your resume.

     

  • Jacquie Newberry

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    Hometown: Springfield, Ohio
    Major: Finance and Human Resources

    Internships:

    Stockroom Intern for Ohio State University Facilities Operations and Development

    What inspired me to become a Career Coach:

    I want to give back to the Fisher community. My peers have helped me grow so much both personally and professionally and I want to be able to have that impact on others. I love helping my peers reach their professional goals and work towards their dream jobs.

    On-Campus involvement and leadership:

    Honors Cohort, Global Leadership Initiative, Phi Chi Theta Professional Business Fraternity, Buckeye Operations Management Society - VP of Student Engagement and Professional Development, Business Honors Learning Community Mentor

    My interests/hobbies include:

    Gymnastics, tennis, thrifting and upcycling, Sudoku, board games, card games

  • Holly Piper

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    Hometown: Westerville, Ohio
    Major: Marketing
    Internships:

    2019: Marketing and Public Relations for RG Barry Brands

    2020: Discover Financial Services 

    What inspired me to become a Career Coach:

    After constantly helping my friends with editing resumes and professional emails, I was excited when I found a role within OCM that includes these tasks but on a more concrete basis. I’m looking forward to the chance to help students and get more involved in the Fisher community!

    On-campus/Community Involvement:

    Student-Alumni Council (Executive Assistant), Face the Children at Ohio State (Outgoing Trip Director/Mentor), Chi Omega Sorority, Cru Ministries

    Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:

    Join student organizations! Through student orgs, you are more likely to get to know people who can connect you to other resources as well. I have met people older than me that have been able to direct me towards certain classes and professors in Fisher that have led me closer to my future career goals. There is so much to learn from being in college and joining student organizations (that are of actual interest) has been the primary driver of my positive college experience.