Loyola University Chicago

Career Development Center

Career Peers

Career Peers

From L to R (top row): Rahul Shaju, Dan Krapu (bottom row): Teresa Vazquez, Anna Vincent, Jessica Jenkner

Career Peers are current Loyola University undergraduate students who are experts on the resources available through the Career Development Center. Career Peers specialize in peer-to-peer advising, providing guidance and advice on student’s resumes and cover letters during walk-in hours. They are also available to answer initial questions students may have about the job search process, federal work-study, RamblerLink and more! In addition to walk-in advising, Career Peers also promote the Career Development Center on campus, assist at career events and offer a variety of workshops for residence halls and campus organizations.

Career Peer Workshop Requests

Career Peers offer an array of programming tailored to the student audience at locations and times arranged by you. Past career-related workshop topics included Resume and Cover Letter Writing, Interviewing Skills, Professional Networking and How to Work a Career Fair. Please contact us if you have a workshop idea that is not listed above. Request a Career Peer Workshop

2016–2017 Career Peers

NameYear in SchoolMajor
Dan Krapu Sophomore Accounting, Information Systems & Math
Rahul Shaju Junior Bioinformatics
Teresa Vazquez Sophomore English, Psychology
Anna Vincent Junior Biology (Ecology Emphasis)

Interested in being a Career Peer?

Applications for the 2016–2017 school year are currently closed. Please check back to view future openings.