Peer Career Ambassadors

Peer Career Ambassadors (PCAs) are the student leaders supporting the Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development (CCD).

The PCAs serve as the student face of CCD, setting the foundation as students explore the services CCD offers. They are trained to develop the skills and expertise needed to assist their peers with their career-related needs. The PCAs also are a crucial part of CCD’s efforts to promote services, program offerings, and the CCD brand across campus.

2021–2022

Aditya Agarwal ’22

Aditya Agarwal ’22

Aditya Agarwal is a senior from New Jersey, concentrating in Finance and Entrepreneurship. This past summer, Aditya interned at Bank of America as a credit and wholesale banking summer analyst at the New York location. He is excited to return as a full-time analyst in the summer of 2022! Prior to this experience, Aditya has also interned at Dell Technologies as a Financial Summer Analyst, and CIFC Asset Management as a credit investment research summer analyst.

Aside from working as a Peer Career Ambassador, Aditya’s involvements on campus include being the President for the Student Government Association, Founder of the Indian Student Association, a member of the Babson College Fund, and working at the Cutler Center for Finance. Aditya enjoys traveling, snowboarding, scuba diving, and trying new experiences. He is looking forward to helping students with their professional development!

 
Nicole Edwards ’23

Nicole Edwards ’23

Nicole Edwards is a junior from Guatemala City. She has a passion for branding, concept creation and connecting with people. Nicole is creative, analytical and empathetic; and loves motivating others to be the best version of themselves. She is interested in concentrating in Marketing or TED (Technology, Entrepreneurship & Design). At Babson, Nicole has served as the VP of Marketing for the Babson Free Press, Marketing Coordinator for TEDxBabsonCollege and Project Consultant at TAMID Babson. Nicole speaks 3 languages, has worked for companies from 4 different countries and has traveled to 21 countries. In the future, she wants to start her own business, or work for a company that allows her to use her multicultural background and people skills. Her hobbies include singing, playing guitar, taking photos and practicing yoga.

 
Chris Hill ’23

Chris Hill ’23

Chris Hill is a junior from New Hampshire currently concentrating in Accounting. This past summer, Chris worked as an accounting intern at Pegasystems. He is interested in becoming a CPA and working at a public accounting firm upon graduating from Babson.

Along with working as a Peer Career Ambassador, Chris is a Resident Assistant, Co-President of the Accounting Club, and a member of Delta Sigma Pi, one of the business fraternities on campus. In his spare time, Chris enjoys hiking, lifting, and going on walks with his dog.

 
Miguel Flores Jimenez ’24

Miguel Flores Jimenez ’24

Miguel Flores Jimenez is a sophomore from New York City. This past summer, Miguel was a Summer Anaylst at HPS Investment Parterns, a neigborhood organizer for a NYC’s Mayoral Election campaign, and a community canvasser encouraging COVID-19 vaccination. Miguel is interested in finance, public speaking, and fashion.

Aside from working as a Peer Career Ambassador, Miguel was a Peer Mentor to Class of 2025. In his free time, Miguel enjoys sewing, listening to music, and facing his fear of heights.

 
Jen ’22

Jen Lo ’22

Jen is a senior from Lexington, MA pursuing concentrations in Business Analytics and Retail Supply Chain Management. Aside from working as a Peer Career Ambassador, Jen's involvements on campus include being an executive board member for the Babson Asian Pacific Student Association (BAPSA), Peer Mentor, and member of the First-Gen Club. Jen enjoys traveling, eating, and trying new experiences. This year, Jen is looking forward to learning from the CCD team and assisting students in their search for internships.

In summer 2020, Jen interned at Fidelity Investments as a Wealth Management Intern. This past summer, Jen interned as a Workforce Management Intern with the Global Atlantic Financial Group.

 
Zoe ’24

Zoe Michaud ’24

Zoe is a sophomore from Bedford, New Hampshire and is planning to concentrate in Accounting. This past summer she interned with the PCA, was a facilitator for the Women Leadership Project, and waitressed. Other than working as a PCA Zoe is and FME Mentor, involved in the Finance Association, Consulting Club, and Women’s Varsity Lacrosse. In her free time she loves to exercise.

 
Noey ’22

Tirada (Noey) Tarasansombat ’22

Noey is a senior from Bangkok, Thailand, and is planning to concentrate on Business Analytics and Marketing. This past summer, she interned at Agoda as a Business Development intern—analyzing hotel performances and building dashboards for sales representatives to use globally. Noey is pursuing marketing analytics and is interested in the technology industry. Aside from working as a Peer Career Ambassador, she is also involved in Babson Asian Pacific Student Association and a Business Fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi. During her free time, Noey enjoys dancing, traveling, and trying out new food. Noey looks forward to learning from the CCD team and giving back to the community by helping students with their professional development!

 
Yuwei Zheng ’22

Yuwei Zheng ’22

Yuwei Zheng is a senior from New York City, interested in concentrating in Accounting and Information Technology Management. This past summer, Yuwei interned at PricewaterhouseCoopers as a Digital Assurance and Transparency Intern. Prior to that, she interned at an accounting firm in New York City and volunteered in the VITA program to assist taxpayers for the 2018 Federal and State Individual Tax Return. In addition to being a Peer Career Ambassador, Yuwei serves as a Managerial Accounting Peer Tutor. She is looking forward to assisting students with their career needs.

Application Process

The PCA application is included in the Babson Community Leadership Application, along with all other student leadership positions on campus. The Community Leadership Application​ for 2022–2023 will open in November with a deadline in early February.

Questions?

Email Lee Goldstein or the Peer Career Ambassadors​.