Our Peer Presenters (PPs) are students like you who have been trained on career development topics such as writing resumes and cover letters, networking, and interviewing. In addition to facilitating workshops and coordinating programs such as the How I Got My Internship lunch series, Linkedin Photobooth, and First Year Smoothie, they serve as liaisons to groups around campus to coordinate workshops. You will most often find these students hard at work in KJ, Sadove, Bristol, or the Science Center. If you would like to request a specific workshop for your student group, email Janine Oliver at email@example.com.
Amy Defnet ’16 is a Mathematics major, Economics/Physics double minor from Pottstown, Pennsylvania. This past summer Amy provided analytic and general support as an intern at Aadmi Consulting, a global human resources consulting firm located in Boston. In addition to being a Peer Presenter, Amy also works as a Front Desk Administrative Assistant at the Career Center. When not at work or in the classroom, Amy is likely to be found running on the field with the women’s club soccer team, or getting her hands dirty as a volunteer leader at the Hamilton College Community Farm. While still uncertain about a specific career path, Amy hopes to integrate her love of math into a practical business setting.
Emily Pitman '15 is a Geoscience major and a Public Policy minor from Plympton, MA. Last summer, Emily worked for Amy James in the COOP and helped organize the Outreach and eXploration Adventure Pre-Orientation programs. When not working in the Career Center, she plays rugby as part of the women's club team and is a leader for the Alternative Spring Break program. Last spring Emily studied abroad in Zanzibar, Tanzania and hopes to continue exploring the world after graduation.
Monique St.Jarre '15 is a World Politics major and Economics minor from Berlin, CT. This past summer, Monique interned with Calvert Investment Management in Bethesda, MD where she assisted with corporate sustainability research focused on gender and diversity. She also has had past work experience with the Child Labor Coalition, UNESCO Chair & Institute of Comparative Human Rights, and the Children's Law Center of CT. Monique spent the fall of 2013 in Cape Town, South Africa studying human rights and multiculturalism and completing independent research on poverty in a local township. When not working as a Peer Presenter in the Career Center, Monique is a member of Hamilton's varsity softball team and active in the on-campus organization Liberty in North Korea. She hopes to start a career in international development after graduation.
Joseph Rausch '15
Caroline Reppert '17
Lisa Yang '17
Bradley Gifford '15