Peer Career Coaches

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Who Are the Peer Career Coaches?

The Peer Career Coaches (PCC) Team is a group of talented undergraduate and graduate students who foster substantive engagement for career exploration. The PCCs include Career Assistants and Mock Interviewers, all are student leaders with interests in developing themselves and others.

The PCCs approach career development as a team, they are trained in career development strategies and theories with innovative approaches toward career exploration and success.

Join the PCC Team

Applications are still being accepted!

Attend an Information Session 

  • Monday, February 17 - 11:00am or 5:00pm, 0045 Armstrong Student Center (CCES Lobby)
  • Monday, February 18 - 11:00am or 5:00pm, 0045 Armstrong Student Center (CCES Lobby)
  • Monday, February 17 - 11:00am or 5:00pm, 0045 Armstrong Student Center (CCES Lobby)

Application deadline: Fri., February 21, 2020

Mock Interviewers

Paid mock interviewer positions are available to individuals of current junior status who are interested in:

  • providing feedback about interviewing techniques to students
  • offering resume reviews during student drop-ins
  • facilitating workshops and presentations on the topics relevant to career development

Apply to be a Mock interviewer

Career Assistants

The Career Assistants paid position consists of dedicated  students who have specialized training in career development and a passion to support students on their career and professional journey. Duties include:

  • critiquing resumes and professional documents
  • to providing guidance on job search strategies and graduate school materials
  • facilitating workshops and presentations on topics relevant to career development

Apply to be a Career Assistant

PCC Presentations

What can the Career Center do for me?

This presentation provides an overview of the function and services of the career center. Topics include career clusters, career advising, digital career development platforms, and other services provided by staff.

Run time: 20 – 30 minutes

Learn about the Center for Career Exploration & Success, basic interviewing techniques, on-campus interviewing and important dates and programs. 

How Does Your Resume Stack Up

This presentation provides an expanded overview of résumés. The facilitator covers the function of résumés, brainstorming content, visual style, structuring bullets, useful tips, digital career development platforms, and other career services.

Run time: 45 – 60 minutes

Get LinkedIn/Handshake

This presentation provides an expanded overview of LinkedIn and Handshake. The facilitator covers the function of LinkedIn and Handshake, visual style of photos, types of profile content, networking basics, useful tips, and other career services. We encourage creating/revising your profiles during this presentation.

Run time: 45 – 60 minutes

We’re GoinGlobal

This presentation introduces GoinGlobal, the online international job board. The facilitator will explain GoinGlobal’s purpose, how to search for international internship and career opportunities, and navigating support guides.

Run time: 30 – 40 minutes

Career Fair or Career Scare?

This presentation introduces Miami University’s Career Fair. The facilitator explains the purpose of the fair, how to prepare and what to present, what to expect, how to navigate during and after, useful tips, and other useful career services.

Run time: 45 – 60 minutes