Peer Career Advisors

Peer Career Advisors are outstanding students who have received special training to assist with career development services including resume reviews, interview preparation and giving presentations to student groups.
  • Camila Bisono '25

    Camila Bisano '25

    Why did you become a PCA? I became a PCA to become more fluent in all the tools offered at the Center for Career Development and be a resource to fellow Jaspers who are wanting to further their professional development!

    Fun Fact: A fun fact is that I love to travel! One of my favorite past destinations would have to be Machu Picchu.

  • Maddie Fitzgerald '25

    Maddie Fitzgerald '25

    Why did you become a PCA? I became a PCA to expand my knowledge about different areas of career development, and to help others in my community develop their professional skills to achieve their career goals.

    Fun fact: A fun fact about me is that I have a pet axolotl on campus! Her name is Epinephrine (Epi) and she lives in my developmental biology research lab!

  • Montserrat Nicasio '25

    Montserrat Nicasio '25
    Psychology & Political Science

    Why did you become a PCA? I became a PCA due to my fundamental desire to help others as much as I possibly can. I have been the student that didn’t know how to correctly formulate my resume or how to create an efficient cover letter and being able to minimize those feelings of insecurity or concerns in other students' career development is crucial to me. My goal is to aid as many Jaspers as I can so we can all grow into the best versions of ourselves!

    Fun Fact: Fun fact about me is that I love reading and am currently finishing one of the biggest novels I've read by Sarah J. Mass, the Court of Thorns and Roses series! 

  • Alexander Nichols '25

    Alexander Nichols '25
    Peace Studies & Political Science
    Why did you become a PCA? 

    I became a PCA because when I was applying for another job last year, I got a ton of help with my resume from one of last year's PCAs. I realized that I wanted to help other students the same way.

    Fun Fact: A fun fact about me is that I’ve lived in 6 states and that the first day I ever spent in New York was 2 days before I started classes here.