During the past decade Brian has served students in higher education serving students in a variety of capacities. For his entire career, he has served as an advisor and mentor of both traditional and non-traditional new students. This role involves one-on-one advising and teaching of topics that range from schedule planning to time management and study techniques. His current role at Boise State Division of Student Affairs is with Veteran Services. He serves student veterans as they navigate the university environment alongside their civilian counterparts.
Academic advising for current, new, returning or prospective student Veterans:
- Degree planning, major exploration, and policy interpretation
- Assistance with academic appeals to various university policies
- Ensure students are using their GI Bill benefits appropriately and all classes apply towards their degree
Career advising for current, new, returning, or prospective student Veterans:
- Career exploration and planning, including administering and evaluating career interest inventory assessments
- Assisting with the career preparation process while enrolled in college
- Internship search
- Apprenticeship search
- Research leadership opportunities
- Job search, resume/cover letter writing, social media presence
Career advising is just as important as academic advising. Don’t wait until the last minute to explore your career choices. We can connect you to the following resources to help you develop your resume, practice interviews, and prepare for life after Boise State.
Brian Chojnacky is the Veteran Services Academic/Career Advisor. Make an appointment below.