Career Peer Advisors

The Career Development and Experiential Learning (CDEL) office at the University of Windsor warmly welcome you back on campus for another great year. Whether this is your first semester or last, the CDEL team is ready to assist with your career development and job search.

One of the ways CDEL help students is through their career peer advisors who are experienced and trained students. The career peer advisors are available for drop-in sessions to help students on resume and cover letter writing, job search, interview preparation, career planning and many more.

New for Winter 2021: our peers are now available by appointment! You can book a 20 minute resume or cover letter critique with a peer advisor. 

Here is our career advising team for 2020-21:


Head shot of peer advisor AdeyemiAdeyemi is a Ph.D. student in civil engineering with a high passion for science and sustainability. His current research area is focused on developing eco-friendly building materials by using different industrial and agricultural wastes. Adeyemi brings his extensive industrial and research experience to help fellow students in writing effective resumes and cover letters that would make them achieve their career development goals. At this position, he will also assist students on how to effectively search for jobs. Adeyemi is excited about this position and looking forward to helping as many students as possible. In his free time, he likes travelling, hiking, writing and playing chess. He also volunteers with various groups on an off-campus.


Headshot of peer advisor, Kyle.Recently graduating with his Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) with a Specialization in Marketing and Minor in Computer Science, Kyle is returning to UWindsor as a third-year in Computer Science. Previously working as a Career Peer Advisor in the 2018-2019 academic year, he is excited to return to further help students reach their career goals through leading resume/cover letter workshops and offering one-on-one career advising sessions. Along with working as a Career Peer Advisor, Kyle works closely with the VIP-CSL program, works at Hospice WE as an Administrative Analyst, is a Teaching Assistant for Consumer Behaviour, teaches kids how to code at Code Ninjas, and volunteers as a Secretary for the Computer Science Society. In the future, Kyle hopes to find a career that combines gaming and education.