Peer Career Advisors

Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) are MIT students trained by Career Advising & Professional Development to help fellow MIT undergraduates and graduate students during individual 30-minute appointments. PCAs can assist you with professional documents including resumes and cover letters. Additionally, they may provide general advice on a number of career topics such as internships, UROPs, applying to graduate school, networking, and more!

Peer Career Advisors are available during the academic year. Appointments with Peer Career Advisors are available to schedule on Handshake

Interested in becoming a Peer Career Advisor? You can learn more and apply here.

Josiah Washington

Josiah Washington is a third-year student in the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Their acadmic interests include transportation systems, alternative energy, and urban development. Outside of academics, Josiah can usually be found baking sweet treats, exploring Boston and Cambridge, riding roller coasters, and dancing with the student-led group, Sakata Afrique.