Assistant Director, Career Education
Peter provides career coaching and advice for students interested in the Education, Nonprofit and Social Impact (ENS) careers. He also organizes a variety of ENS events, such as alumni panels and networking nights, career treks to employers, and hands-on resume, cover letter and interview workshops – to help students explore their interests, prepare for the job, internship and graduate school application process, and connect with great opportunities. Before starting at BC, Peter worked as a research assistant at the Rhode Island state prison and as a case manager in a group home and, for three years, ran his own window cleaning business. Peter earned his B.A. in history from Brown University and his M.Ed. in higher education administration from Boston College. Outside of work, Peter loves spending time outdoors biking and hiking with his family, and he enjoys long train rides with his train-obsessed son.
Peter loves traveling in the US. He worked in Yellowstone National Park for a summer and lived and skied in Sun Valley, Idaho for two years.
My motto is “Yes, you can do that for a living!” I love helping students discern and articulate their strengths and skills. I will celebrate with you when you succeed, and I will help you move forward when you need to change direction.
Education, Nonprofit, and Social Impact