Introducing Sophomore Peer Advisors
We would like to introduce you to our Sophomore peer advisors. Similar to your first year peer advisors, they are specially trained to help sophomores with your course planning as well as answer any questions regarding academic regulations, policies, procedures, or answer questions about how they choose their major. If you’d also like to connect with other upper-class students in different majors in specific Business Programs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Name: Fernanda Gaete
Minor: International Business
Internships: Incoming Apple Finance Intern
Organizations Involvement/Leadership: ACE Leadership Program, Leavey Scholars Program, LSB Peer Advisor, Hackworth Fellowship, Younglife Leader, SCU Own It Summit Director of Sponsorship
Advice for Sophomores: Talking to older students who have previously been in your shoes is a huge advantage when it comes to planning for your future career! Getting their perspective will allow you to better understand what you may want your future to look like within the LSB and beyond.
Contact Info: Email: email@example.com
Name: Kiki Bullington
Internships: I'll be interning at Ernst & Young next summer
Organizations Involvement/Leadership: Drahmann Center and off-campus Greek life
Advice for Sophomores: Pay attention to the parts of business that you find interesting and ask lots of questions!
Contact info: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: Jeremy King
Minor: History and Entrepreneurship
Internships: Operations Assistant for SJ Earthquakes & HR Intern for Borgen Project
Organizations Involvement/Leadership: Senior Events and Communication Manager for SCU Sports Business
Advice for Sophomores: Take classes you are interested in! You can always change your major or alter your course plans.
Contact Info: Email: email@example.com | Cell: (262)-501-1810
Name: Alex Mortimer
Internships: Private Equity Intern at Search Fund Accelerator in Boston, MA
Financial Due Diligence Intern at PwC in San Francisco, CA
Organizations Involvement/Leadership: Philanthropy Chair of MS Volleyball for Sigma Pi Fraternity
Advice for Sophomores: Don't be afraid to move around. I was originally an Econ major but took accounting 11 and decided that was something I enjoyed more. It is never too late to change and sticking with something you do not like is the biggest mistake that you could make. Try everything, keep an open mind and find something that you are passionate about, that's what this is all about!
Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org