Being back on campus here at Cap means catching up with fellow students, making friends and seeing new faces. Career Development is a place where you’ll also see new faces since we have five new PCAs. A PCA stands for Peer Career Advisor and we are here to make your life easier!
Along with our director Eric Anderson and assistant director Jan Rich, we help by meeting any kind of career-related need you may have like writing resumes and cover letters and helping you search for an internship or job. We are on the second floor of the library, so since you may find yourself in our neck of the woods sometime, we want you to know a little bit about us and just how much we enjoy being here for you!
Christina: Christina is a senior Business Management major with a Human Resources minor. She serves as the Leadership and Management Senator for Student Government. Christina also has an HR internship at Installed Building Products.
Kayla: Kayla is a junior Marketing major with a Public Relations minor. She is a sister of Alpha Sigma Alpha and the Executive Director of Activity Management and Programming. She is also an Orientation Leader and has previously interned at Vogt Strategic Insights and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources – Office of Communications.
Madison: Madison is a junior Public Relations major with minors in electronic Media & Film and Entertainment Technology. She is a member of the WXCU Radio Management Team, Public Relations Chair for Phi Beta Professional Arts Fraternity, and is President of Alpha Psi Omega Theatre Honorary.
Rachel: Rachel is a senior Public Relations and Communication Studies double major and a second year Peer Career Advisor. In addition, she is a Supervisor for the Admission Office Telecounseling program and is a Resident Assistant in Schaaf Hall. She has previously interned at the AIDS Resource Center Ohio, and the Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County.
Scott: Scott is a senior Honors student and Professional Writing major with a minor in Marketing. He is a Writing Consultant with Academic Success and spent two years as a Staff Reporter with The Chimes. He has previously been on the Varsity Baseball team. Last summer, Scott interned with The Cleveland Foundation.
Stephanie: Stephanie is a junior Professional Writing major with minors in Marketing and Public Relations. She is the chief copy editor of The Chimes and is in the process of editing her first novel to be published. After graduation she hopes to move to Los Angeles and pursue a career in marketing and PR.
So if you need career help or even just a little encouragement, stop in to see us! In the meantime, check out our website to read more about us and more importantly, to see the many services and resources we provide!
–Rachel Van Scyoc, PCA