Chantel was born in Anoka, MN, and is currently a second year student in the Landscape Architecture program here at NDSU. She works at a greenhouse over the summers back home, and she is very passionate about plants and the environment. In her free time, she likes to be outside, hang out with her friends, play tennis, do yoga, and spend time with her baby niece. At the career center, you can come to her for advice on resumes, cover letters, job interviews, job searches or anything else career related.
Jack is currently a senior at North Dakota State University majoring in Psychology and minoring in Business Administration. Through his studies, he is pursuing a career in human resources. As a Career Mentor, he can be found assisting students with resumes, cover letters, interviews, job search, and career exploration. Outside of being a Career Mentor and student, Jack enjoys exploring the outdoors, golfing, kayaking, lifting weights, spending time with family and friends, and just about anything else sports related.
Kat Fischer is a senior in Interior Design minoring in Hospitality and Tourism Management. She is passionate about helping others and that is a main reason why she wanted to work at the Career Center. NDSU has helped shape who she is professionally and she wants to help other students with their professional growth as well!
For an Interior Design major she is happy to spend much of her time being outdoors exploring, whether that be a new city or a foreign trail. She appreciates spending time with others (especially when food is involved) and if she does have free time she will spend it with friends.
She may originally be from southern California but she is and always will be a Bison through and through.
Rachel is a first-year student at NDSU and majors in Human Development and Family Science with a minor in Management Communications. She lived in Texas before moving to Kennedy, Minnesota and has an authentic “y’all” to prove it. Some of her favorite things to do are spend time outside, read, ride a horse, sing and play her instruments, and talk! Rachel is passionate about forming connections and building relationships with people and hopes to pursue a career mentoring youth. As a career mentor, Rachel would love to get to know you and help you with a resume, cover letter, interview prep, or anything else job-related!
Nick is currently a junior at NDSU studying Sports Management with a minor in Business. Nick can be found at the career center providing feedback with cover letters, resumes, career exploration, and conducting interviews. He can also be found in the classroom giving presentation for the various career fairs hosted by the career center and then found at the fairs when they occur. Aside from the career center, Nick was born and raised in Minnesota so he really enjoys being outside whether he is hunting, out on the lake, camping, or spending time with family. Additionally, Nick is very passionate about sports; playing them, watching them, or talking about them is a daily occurrence.
Hunter Keller is a sophomore from Beulah, North Dakota majoring in Business Administration. She loves helping her fellow students with their resumes, cover letters and all other services the Career Center provides, usually with a cup of coffee (or three) in hand. When not in class or at the Career Center, Hunter can be found catching up with friends over coffee or ice cream, cheering on the Bison, and reading in her hammock.
Isabel was born and raised in Northeast Minneapolis and is currently a sophomore majoring in Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology. Post-graduation she hopes to attend occupational therapy school with a focus on Pediatrics. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering with various organizations, coaching figure skating, and hanging out with her friends. As a Career Mentor Isabel enjoys conducting mock interviews, helping students with career exploration, and anything else career related.
Bruno P. Lozano
In his everyday path to leadership, Bruno can be found in the Career Center helping students with resume, cover letters, interviews, and more. When he isn’t helping students he works to create interesting articles that will improve a student not only in the workforce, but in their personal life. Bruno has had multiple work experiences during his life that has proven helpful to his growth as a leader. He main focus is his academic career but he enjoys being with friends. Aside from creating goals that will let him shine academically, his side goal is to create the best latte art at home. This coffee fanatic is excited to work with all types of students. Helping students find their future path in the workforce is more rewarding than a fresh cup of coffee on a Monday morning.
Career Mentor, LC McGuigan, is from Rapid City, South Dakota. She is a second year architecture student who is excited by the future and all of its possibilities. In the Career Center, LC’s goal is to prepare students for whatever their next step may be by answering questions about job searches, resumes, cover letters, interviewing and more. Outside of being a Career Mentor, LC focuses on spending time with friends and working on school projects. She also enjoys things like photography, origami and cooking.
Major: Educational Leadership – Higher Education
Year: Grad Student
As a Career Mentor, Andrea can be found helping students fine tune their resumes, cover letters, assist in interview prep, and helping students with career exploration.
Andrea is currently a first year non-degree grad student planning to get into the Educational Leadership – Higher Education track in the summer of 2019 to pursue her dream of being an academic advisor! She thrives helping students discover their own career path by guiding them along the way.
Outside of the Career Center, Andrea enjoys spending time with her boyfriend, friends, and family. She loves to play board games, try new restaurants, and spend time outdoors while trying not to get sunburned! :)
As a Career Mentor, Tanner’s responsibilities include welcoming students into the Career Center while assisting students improve their resume, cover letter, any interview preparation, career exploration, and helping with Career Fairs.
Tanner is currently a sophomore, pursuing a major in Finance with a minor in Economics. He is also involved with Business Connections, which is a mentor program for business students who are paired with a professional in their field of study to network and gain real world experience.
Outside of NDSU you can find Tanner actively in the gym, in the woods, or on the water with friends and family. Tanner loves watching and playing sports, grilling, hosting, and being around people.
Kelsey Perdue is one of the friendly faces you may meet when walking into the Career Studio. She loves getting to interact with her peers every day and assisting them with their career and professional needs. Her duties include providing feedback on resumes and cover letters, performing mock interviews, and carrying out various administrative duties. Kelsey is a sophomore at NDSU where she is studying Management with a minor in Management Communication. She is very proud to be a bison and displays that pride in organizations such as BisonCatholic, Bison Ambassadors, and the NDSU North Dakota Farmers Union Collegiate Chapter. In her spare time you can find Kelsey chatting it up with friends, exploring coffee shops, and being active outdoors.
Career Mentor, Katie Skalicky, keeps herself busy in the career studio and Barry Hall with resume and cover letter critiques, answering phone calls, presenting and marketing upcoming career fairs and expos to classes throughout campus, and being one of the first friendly faces you see while walking in to the Career Center. Katie is currently pursuing a degree in Crop and Weed Science with Biotechnology and minoring in Agricultural Communication. She plans to use her degree to work with global food security issues in hopes of being involved in the elimination of world hunger. Before joining the Career Center staff, she has worked with many agriculture business throughout the past couple of summers through internships. In Katie’s free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends, exploring Fargo, attending Bison sporting events, and coaching for the Fargo Polars girl’s lacrosse program.
Elizabeth is a sophomore currently majoring in Human Development and Family Science as well as Women and Gender Studies. When she is not answering the phone or helping students in the Career Center, you can always find her petting any dog that steps foot on campus. She grew up in Maple Grove Minnesota on a hobby farm where she spent most of her childhood outdoors and with animals. In her free time she still enjoys being active outdoors, as well as reading and watching movies. Elizabeth also spends time volunteering at the Center for Avian Adoption, Rescue, and Education center in Fargo.
Lauren grew up in Moorhead, MN, and is currently a Business Administration and Sales student at NDSU. She would love to assist you with any career help you need, including resume, cover letter, interview, and career exploration skills over a cup of coffee! In her free time, Lauren enjoys volunteering, exploring the world, spending time with friends and family, and drinking lots of coffee. (: