Peer Career Consultants
Peer Career Consultants (PCCs) play a central and intentional role in CCD’s Career Advising strategy.
Having undergone a rigorous selection process, this team of seniors have demonstrated expertise in career skills (i.e. interviewing, internship/job search strategy, networking, resumes/LinkedIn profiles). With strong professional experiences, including internships, mentoring roles, and campus leadership roles, our PCCs are uniquely positioned to connect and advise undergraduate students in the various stages of their career development.
Students can connect with our PCCs during Drop-in Hours (Monday through Friday) and by scheduling an Evening appointment in Handshake.
Erik Blanco ’20
Erik is a senior from Sandwich, Massachusetts concentrating in Accounting and Business Analytics. This past summer, Erik interned with PwC Boston in the firm's Private Company Services group within the Assurance practice, where he will be returning full time after graduation. Prior to this, he spent a summer in the Finance Business Partners group of the British multinational, National Grid. On campus, Erik is the Lead Tutor for Financial Accounting through the SPARK program and has been an active leader of the Babson Accounting Club. Beyond accounting, his interests include technology, menswear, and running.
Joe Jarecki ’20
Joe is a senior from Boca Raton, Florida concentrating in Finance with a focus on a career in Investment Banking. This past summer, Joe interned at Citizens Capital Markets in their Leverage Finance Group in Boston, MA where he will be returning full time upon graduation. In his free time, Joe likes to work out, play basketball, and explore new Boston restaurants. At Babson, Joseph is a member of the Babson College Fund (BCF), a student-run investment fund, where he analyzes and executes investment opportunities in the Communication Services sector. Along with BCF, he is the president of the Babson Investment Banking Association (BIBA). Being a member of BIBA's e-board since his freshman year, Joe has gained extensive experience mentoring and advising students on how to navigate the investment banking recruitment process.
Kevin Kelly ’20
Kevin Kelly is a senior from Atlanta, Georgia, concentrating in Finance and Business Analytics. Kevin has held a number of internships over the years, the most recent occuring in Miami, Florida where Kevin worked in the Tech Development team at Restaurant Brands International. Kevin’s interest in technology stems from his time with MediaShower, a Boston-based blockchain company that maintains a popular news site (BitcoinMarketJournal.com) while also connecting blockchain startups with early investors. He holds his position with MediaShower throughout the school year, working part-time and commuting into Boston for weekly meetings every Friday. At Babson, Kevin enjoys working out, spending time with friends, and teaching his weekly kickboxing classes in association with the Babson Martial Arts club.
Rumeer Keshwani ’20
Rumeer Keshwani is a Senior from Edison, New Jersey, concentrating in Finance and Business Analytics. Career wise, Rumeer is pursuing Venture Capital and has experience with Start-ups, debt financing and sales. Outside of that, Rumeer is also very passionate about volunteerism and giving back. On campus, he is involved with GIVE and Alpha Kappa Psi on campus. Rumeer enjoys helping others in their personal and professional development.
Disha Sethi ’20
Disha Sethi is a senior from Jaipur, India. She is a CWEL and honors scholar concentrating in Finance and Economics. She is dedicated to helping students around her navigate the career search process. Her past professional experiences include consulting a start-up in Paris and working in a multinational software company in Mumbai. This past summer, she worked as a Finance Intern for Education First in their International Language Campuses division. Apart from being a Peer Career Consultant, she serves as a General Lead Tutor and as Peers on Wellness Party Grant Chair. Some of her other interests include reading, writing poetry, and travelling.
Valentina Tiffany ’20
Tiffany is a senior from Surabaya, Indonesia. As reflected in the breadth of her past experiences, Tiffany is interested in many disciplines. In her junior year, Tiffany worked part-time in the marketing department at blockchain-based startups while studying abroad in China and Japan. Her other professional experiences include consulting as part of the Management Consulting Field Experience (MCFE) program, interning as a startup liaison at a startup accelerator in Indonesia, and interning at RBI’s operations team in Miami. At Babson, Tiffany is a College Advancement Ambassador and the Education Abroad Peer Ambassador’s exchange network chair. In her spare time she enjoys practicing yoga, learning a new language, and drawing.
Scott Yang ’20
Scott is a Senior from San Jose, CA concentrating in Accounting and Legal Studies. This past summer, Scott interned with PwC Silicon Valley on the International Tax Services - Venture Capital Team, where he will be returning full time after graduation. His previous work experience includes a finance and accounting internship with a multinational startup aimed at altering the customer experience for retailers. At Babson, Scott is involved with the Babson Accounting Club and the Healthy Living Club. Outside of the professional world, his interests include baking, fishing, and spending time with friends.
Julie Zhang ’20
Julie Zhang is a senior who is concentrating in Operations Management and Business Analytics. She is an international student from Xi’an, China. Personally, Julie loves to connect with different people from various backgrounds and learn from them. She enjoys traveling and visited many countries in Europe during her exchange semester at Rotterdam School of Management in Netherlands. Professionally, Julie has had internship experiences in both small startups as well as large US corporations. She has interned at a consulting firm and is currently interning at a technology company. She has tried out many different roles including Marketing, Business Development, and Sales Operations. She enjoys working with data and presenting the results. She is now planning to pursue a data-driven role in the Operations or Marketing field. She looks forward to sharing her professional experiences with others who are thinking of pursuing similar career paths.