About Career Services

Whether you are an undergraduate, an aluma/us, an employer, a graduate school recruiter, or a family member, the Office of Career Services is eager to help you achieve your goals. You will find that our staff, programs, and resources are ready to support you in any way we can.

We look forward to assisting students and alumni with career exploration, internship and job search, and the graduate or professional school application process. Employers and grad school recruiters, we are very excited to help you recruit our talented students and alumni.

We hope this website will help you get started and please take the opportunity to engage with us in the career center. Feel free to visit us on campus, send us an email or call us if you need any kind of assistance.

We look forward to serving you!

Walk-in Hours: Monday – Thursday 10:30 a.m. to noon; 1 to 4 p.m.

NEW Meet with an OCS Peer Consultant (now by appointment only)

Ronak Bhatia – Resume & Cover Letter Help
Make an appointment with Ronak

Cole Kurashige – Resume & Tech Interview Help
Make an appointment with Cole

Julia Wang – Resume Help & Tech Interview Help

Make an appointment with Julia

Office of Career Services Staff

Judy Fisher


Paul Hardister

Associate Director

Jason Jeffrey

Career Advisor and Employment Developer

Elizabeth SaelzlerElizabeth Saelzler

Program/Employer Relations Coordinator

Student Peer Consultants

Julia Wang

Hi, I’m Julia! I’m currently a sophomore majoring in Computer Science. I’m a mentor for Sontag Dorm and a member of ASHMC serving as one of this year’s Wellness Directors. Additionally, I work for Admissions as a campus tour guide, serve as the VP of W-ACM, and I’m a avid member of Chocolate Society.

Ronak Bhatia

I’m a junior engineering major from Thousand Oaks, CA and am excited to help students achieve their #careergoals. I serve as co-president of the Social Justice-focused Living Learning Community, ASHMC Diversity Director, and mentor for the Queer and Questioning Allied Mentor Program. I love to DJ and have been producing/promoting music since I was 13. You can find me listening to anything from Tuxedo to Macintosh Plus to Tchami.

Cole Kurashige

I’m a sophomore planning on majoring in some form of Computer Science. I enjoy listening to and playing music, attending hackathons and puzzle hunts, and working on various personal projects. I’m a member of the HMC mock trial team and a grutor (grader and tutor) for the introductory computer science course. I also have a website.