Peer Referral Coaches
Peer Referral Coaches (PRCs) are academic student employees hired by the Teaching and Learning Team of the George Mason University Libraries to assist in carrying out various research activities. PRCs provide peer-to-peer research assistance, facilitate library and research workshops, and are even launching a research podcast.
Looking for help starting your research? Just looking for more information about the services and resources available through the Libraries? We can help!
Meet the Libraries' Peers!
Major: Graphic Design
Career Goals: After graduation hopefully I can work at a magazine or in advertising somewhere.
Fun Fact: I speak Spanish, love to travel, and my favorite place on Earth is the beach!
Major: Biology | Pre Med
Career Goals: Cardiovascular Surgeon
Fun Fact: I can speak five languages
Major: Communications | Minor: Sports Communication
Career Goals: I aspire to be a soccer media correspondent
Fun Fact: I lived in Europe for nine years
Major: Forensic Science
Career Goals: To work in an forensic evidence analysis lab!
Fun Fact: I can and love to speak fluent pig Latin.
Major: Economics | Concentration: English
Career Goals: Anything that lets me write about economics! Astronaut if that falls through.
Fun Fact: Chocolate croissants are my favorite food
Career Goals: My goal is to one day become a neurologist!
Fun Fact: I love 80’s music
Major: Psychology | Minor: Photography
Career Goals: I would love to work as a Psychologist for kids, and do some photography work after graduation.
Fun Fact: I do not like chocolate!
Major: English | Concentration: Linguistics
Career Goals: My post-college plan is to get an accelerated nursing degree.
Fun Fact: I have six nephews!