Career Services is Looking for Career Peers

August 25, 2015 - Dorene DiNaro

The UNM Office of Career Services is looking for 5 Career Peers.  Career Peers are dynamic undergraduate students who will volunteer 6-10 hours a week (minimum of 100 hours per semester) as paraprofessional staff members in Career Services. The Career Peers’ mission is to serve as a link between OCS and the student body for purposes of outreach and career education. Peers participate in a variety of activities that support the OCS mission and promote personal development among members.   

The benefits of becoming a career peer include:  

  • Gain experience helping people in a professional environment
  • Direct contact with professionals, recruiters and employers
  • Explore career opportunities from an insider’s perspective
  • Mentorship with UNM Career Development Facilitators
  • Gain lifelong resume writing and job searching skills
  • Experience to put on your own resume or CV
  • Specialize in your field of interest: Career counseling, Administrative work, Employer Outreach, Marketing, and IT
  • Personal and professional development

Please see the complete job description for more details!