Careers & Recruiting
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 until further notice.  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. 

SUMMER 2021 DROP-INS SCHEDULE

*Summer drop-ins will begin Monday, May 17th and continue through August 5th.

Mondays 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Wednesdays 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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


 

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.

  • Annika Richards

     

    Hometown: Toledo, Ohio
    Major: Logistics and Marketing
    Internships:

    BritishAmerican Business (2019)

    Walmart (2020)

    Cardinal Health (2021)

    What inspired me to become a Career Coach:

    Throughout my time at Ohio State, Fisher has given me a lot. Professors, faculty, and students have gone above and beyond to help me succeed. I wanted to be a Peer Career Coach to be able to give back to the community that has pushed me to grow in ways I have never expected.

    On-campus/community involvement:

    Student-Alumni Council, Women Impacting Supply Chain Excellence Advisory Board, Fisher Peer Mentor Program, Gamma Phi Beta, and The Haven Group

    Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student:

    Become comfortable with doing things alone. Go to seminars, visit new places on campus, and try out new clubs that might interest you. Normalize going out of your way to go outside of your comfort zone and try new things.

     

  • 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

  • Audrey Neyer

     

    Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
    Major: Marketing
    Internships:

    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!

     

  • Kate McCarthy

     

     

     

    Hometown:

    Cincinnati, Ohio
    Major: Operations Management, Design Thinking Minor
    Internships: Research analyst for LADD Inc. (nonprofit in Cincinnati) and Healthcare consultant at Crowe this summer
    What inspired me to become a Peer Career Coach: I wanted to give back to the Fisher community, give advice to Fisher students and share my experiences with interviewing, networking, etc. I also loved interacting with the Office of Career Management and I had heard great things about the position.
    On-campus/community involvement: Phi Chi Theta, Undergraduate Business Council, Net Impact and UG Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Student Committee 
    Best advice I would share with a new Fisher student: Take initiative, get involved as soon as possible, push yourself to try news things.

     

  • McKenzie Snyder

     

     

    Hometown: Mason, Ohio
    Major: Accounting, Engineering Sciences minor
    Internships:

    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.