The Catholic University of America

Peer Advisors

Peer Advisors assist education abroad staff in offering supplementary advising services by providing a student perspective to CUA students wishing to study abroad. They meet with interested students and groups and offer guidance through the preparation process.

Please feel free to contact these peer advisors with questions about the program in which they participated or about studying abroad in general. 

 If you don't see the program you are interested represented by this year's peer advisors, please take a look at the Ask-A-Student feature on our website. 

CUAbroad Peer Advisors 2012-2013

Peer Advisor
Program, Term Abroad
Major
Minor
IES Paris Business and International Affairs
 
International Business
 French
Oxford Summer 2013 (Late Trinity Term)
Philosophy
 Architecture
Oxford Spring 2013
 
Psychology
Business Management
IES Abroad South Africa
Spring 2013
Politics
Theology and Religious Studies
IES Freiburg, Language and Area Studies
Spring 2013
 
German, International Business (double major)
 
Oxford Fall 2012
 
Psychology
Politics, Pre-law
IES Barcelona Summer 2013
 
Accounting B.S.
 
CUA in Rome, Spring 2013
 History
 Anthropology, Theology, Classical Civilization
CUA in Rome, Spring 2013
History
 
Hong Kong Polytechnic Univ
Spring 2013
Biomedical Engineering
 
(Irish Parliamentary Internship, SP12)
Philosophy, Pre-law
Politics
(IES Beijing Contemporary Issues, SP12)
Politics
Asian Studies

Nick Pisani
CUA Rome Spring 2013

 Politics
 Philosophy

Christina (Chrissy) Russo
Academic Year Abroad Madrid, Spring 2013

Psychology Spanish, Philosophy
IES Barcelona
Spring 2013
Psychology
 
Oxford, Spring and Summer 2013
Sociology
 Politics
 
 
 

 

 

 

Become a Peer Advisor

Did education abroad change your life? Would you like to share your overseas experiences with other students? Are you looking for a satisfying volunteer experience to complement your resume?

If you liked your experience, recommend the program strongly to others, and are willing to share about 2- 5 hours a week of your time e-advising or meeting with students, helping them apply and prepare for the program, then you will be perfect for the role. You can set your own hours and work from home or in your spare time.

Qualifications and Responsibilities

Application Form