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April 3, 2023


Meet Isabella Morales, a junior Broadcast Journalism major!

Last summer she interned at The Hill TV in Washington, D.C., and worked on their show called Rising, where she wrote daily scripts and stories that were read on air to more than 1.5 million subscribers for the program. Isabella stayed through the fall and worked as a production assistant at The Hill TV for the remainder of the year. She said she had a wonderful experience and is so grateful for the opportunity to have worked in D.C. During her internship.

Isabella assisted with creating graphics that were used for daily shows and produced videos and content that were posted to all of their social media platforms. She had the opportunity to network with many journalists and even reported live from The Supreme Court on the day Roe v. Wade was overturned. She says her eyes were opened to the world of political media, and it gave her a sense of the type of journalism she may want to pursue in the future.

Through the resources provided by Toppel, such as Handshake, she was able to find this internship. She was also part of the Toppel Internship Program for Summer 2022. She says that Toppel aided her in being career ready by having the necessary resources for her to be able to research and find what she is passionate about!

Piece of Advice:

“You never know until you try. If you have a goal, go for it! Apply for that job you see on Handshake because it might just lead you to your dream career!”


Global Internships & Careers with the U.S. Department of State @ 4 PM
Closing the Gender Pay Gap: Negotiation Strategies for Women by Women @ 3 PM
Funding Your Future: Post-Graduation Financial Wellness @ 6:30 PM
Virtual SEC & ACC Career Fair @ 10 AM
P&G Info Session & Interview Tips - University of Miami @ 6 PM


The National Survey of Student Engagement

Are you a Senior or First-year student? The 15 minutes you take to complete The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) can make a big impact on the future of the University of Miami. All participants will receive $5 Dining Dollars to be added directly to their ‘Cane Card upon completion.

The National Survey of Student Engagement is a short survey that helps by providing vital information about activities in and out of the classroom. If you’re interested in participating, then click here to take the survey now!

For more information about the survey please visit the National Survey of Student Engagement website. If you have other questions, please contact the Office of Institutional Research & Strategic Analytics at umdata@miami.edu or call at 305-284-3228.


Register for the oSTEM Career Fair on Handshake

Next Tuesday, from 2 PM to 4 PM at the Shalala Student Center, we invite you to join us for the Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM) Career & Internship Fair! This is an excellent opportunity for students and alumni with STEM backgrounds to meet with recruiters from firms and companies across the country looking to fill internships and full-time positions.

Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM), Inc. is a non-profit professional association for LGBTQ+ people in the STEM community. With almost 90 student chapters at colleges/universities and professional chapters in cities across the United States and abroad, oSTEM is the largest chapter-based organization focused on LGBTQ+ people in STEM. Register on Handshake if you would like to attend!


Toppel Is Hiring!

Are you creative, forward-thinking, and innovative? Can you think outside of the box and have been told that you are detail-oriented? If so, we invite you to apply here at The Toppel Career Center! Currently, we looking to hire graphic design interns for the summer and beyond as well as a social media intern to start in the fall.

As a social media intern, you will be responsible for creating and executing a variety of professional and engaging social media campaigns for diverse audiences that reflect the standards of the Toppel Career Center. If you enjoy social media and creating content, then this is a great opportunity for you!

If you are looking to build your design portfolio and enjoy bringing ideas to life, then we encourage you to apply as a graphic design intern. As a
graphic design intern, you will be creating a variety of professional and visually appealing marketing products for diverse audiences. You will design logos, brochures, posters, flyers, and other print and electronic materials that we use here at the Toppel Career Center. Interested in either of these positions? Then apply on JobX today!


Internship and Job Opportunities

The Sandler Center is Hiring Peer Educators

Educational Housing Services (EHS) Internship

Toppel Spotlight

Spring 2023 HBO Max Campus Brand Manager Program
Wasserman NextGen

Photography Internship
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Software Engineer Intern
Campbell & Company

Summer 2023 Associate, Communications
Excel Sports Management

Advocacy & Outreach Internship
Clean Ocean Action

Job Postings

Technical Team Member
Fast Enterprises, LLC

Member Service Representative - Credit Union - Miami
Self-Help Credit Union

Sales Assistant, Media/Entry Level
Fox Corporation

Seasonal Program Assistant
Miami-Dade County

Non-Certified Police Officer
City of Coral Gables

While working for the Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Education as a Peer Educator, you will develop a wide range of skills including leadership, time management, public speaking, teamwork, program planning, marketing & evaluation, and more.

The programs developed by peer educators are important for facilitating discussions about alcohol and other drugs at the University of Miami.

Peer Educators are passionate about promoting healthy lifestyles, as well as personal & social responsibility for all UM students, and engage their fellow ‘Canes in thinking critically about their actions! Apply here.

The Educational Housing Services (EHS) is looking to hire Marketing interns to work directly with their marketing department on social media and brand awareness initiatives and campaigns over the summer!

This internship is part-time and is primarily virtual but based in NYC and will last from May 27th – August 12th. You will be working approximately 15 hours per week and making $15 an hour, plus the Educational Housing Services will provide free housing in NYC for the Summer 2023 semester.

If you’re interested, apply now as the deadline to apply is this Friday, April 7th.

Alyssa Maye

EE intern

Meet Alyssa Maye, a first-year Biochemistry and Molecular Biology major with minors in Psychology and Microbiology! Coming from Kingston, Jamaica, she is a part of the Caribbean Students Association, Mission Ja, and Hairology. She is also a Hammond’s Scholar and Foote Fellow.

She said to achieve her career goals she had to #LevelUp by putting herself out there and speaking to her advisors and members of her school faculty more. This helped her to start narrowing down what exactly she wants to do with research in the future and start building connections with her professors and peers.

Piece of Advice:

“To fail and try again makes you a winner but to quit makes you a loser.”



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