Enzo Kho '26

Position
Peer Career Adviser
Bio/Description

Concentration: Sociology

Certificates: Urban Studies and Gender and Sexuality Studies

Home residential college: Whitman

Liaison residential college: Whitman

Career area interests: 

  • Business
  • Communication
  • Law
  • Social Impact

Activities, clubs, or organizations:

  • President, Peer Career Adviser
  • Social Committee Chair, Undergraduate Student Government
  • Youth Education Chair, Student Volunteers Council
  • Community Outreach Officer, Princeton Filipino Community
  • Black Arts Company
  • DiSiac Dance Company
  • Triple 8 Dance Company

Past internships or job experiences:

  • Princeternship - Tutwiler Community Education Center
  • Community Action Fellow - Pace Pace Center for Civic Engagement

What's the most underrated/overlooked resource or service offered by the Center for Career Development?

Drop-in hours! At first, it might feel nerve wracking since we think that we need to have everything prepared before we go in (e.g., resume, cover letter, questions, etc). However, this is not always the case. Know that drop-in hours are there for you to discuss anything. Even if you’re not certain what to ask or confused about where to start, they are there to help you figure things out and give you advice on about anything related to career exploration. You can even start drafting those resumes and other documents during the meeting so that they can guide you! When I realized its importance, I stop by anytime whenever I pass by the center. It’s just 15-20 minutes of our time anyway, yet we learn so many things vital to our career.

What advice would you give to someone considering your major/industry/area of expertise?

Don’t be pressured about how your major will play a role in your career in the future. My advice to you is follow your passion and everything will fall into place. At the same time, you can always talk with your professors and schedule appointments with the Center for Career Development to assess and consider your options. You can even ask them to guide you in creating a game plan!

One thing I'm looking forward to this semester is...

Doing my on-campus jobs! Aside from the amazing classes I’m taking this semester, I’m excited to apply this knowledge in the jobs I have — being an undergraduate research assistant and a peer career adviser.