Student & Employer Engagement Leaders and Peer Career Coaches

Career Services is proud to have several outstanding student staff who provide a host of services to the Illinois Tech community.

Career Services at Illinois Tech provides Student & Employer Engagement Leader (SEEL) members to assist with day-to-day office operations, and support programs and initiatives of the Career Services department including but not limited to: general office management, Career Services events, Handshake management, employer engagement, and other office initiatives. SEELs are trained and supervised by the Career Services Department.

SEELs are availability Monday through Fridays 9am-5pm both virtually and in the McCormick Tribune Campus Center (MTCC) near the Commons area.

The Peer Career Coach program is comprised of a group of student leaders dedicated to serving their peers through the career development process, working alongside full-time staff in the Career Services office. Peer Career Coaches (PCCs) are responsible for providing peers with résumé, cover letter, LinkedIn, Handshake, and other professional advice through walk-in advising.

Drop In Hours: The PCCs conduct drop in hours Monday through Friday from 12:30–3:30 p.m. both virtually and in person. Drop ins can be found online at OR in person just outside the Commons in the MTCC.

These student-staff members are a great peer resource. Take advantage of their assistance and expertise. If there are any questions, feel free to reach to Career Services at or 312.567.6800

By Nicholas Mancari
Nicholas Mancari Associate Director, Career Services