The Peer Career Coach program is comprised of a group of student leaders dedicated to serving their peers through the career development process, working alongside full-time staff in the Career Services office. Peer Career Coaches (PCCs) are responsible for providing peers with résumé, cover letter, LinkedIn, Handshake, and other professional advice through walk-in advising.
Drop In Hours: The PCCs conduct drop in hours Monday through Friday from 12:30–3:30 both virtually and in person. Drop ins can be found online at go.iit.edu/career OR in person just outside the Commons in the MTCC.
Meet Your Peer Career Coaches
(Student Lead of Career Services)
Master of Information Technology Management, 2nd semester
Master of Engineering in Material Science and Engineering, 4th semester
"Career services has helped me build connections and land on-campus employment. Network and increase your opportunities through our Peer Career Coaches and events on campus”
Master of Electrical Engineering, 2nd semester
“As a Peer Career Coach I will always be available to assist you when and where necessary. My definition of FEAR is “False Expression Appears Real”. Don’t be afraid to take a step."
Pritam Jogendra Koli
Master of Food Safety & Technology, 1st semester
“This position excites me because it will provide me the chance to assist students more formally and over a longer period of time. I find it to be tremendously fulfilling to help create the environment in which students can develop and succeed!”
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering, 3rd semester
"Your career development process starts on day one of becoming a college student. Being a good student in the classroom is one side of being a successful college student. You need to be able to market and brand yourself to the companies/jobs you want. Career Services is here to assist you on every step of your career development process."
Please contact Nicholas Mancari, email@example.com, for any questions about the Peer Career Coach program.