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Toppel is hiring Career Coaches for the 2023-24 academic year! Do you want to be a leader on campus and help guide and encourage your peers? Do you want firsthand access to career services and employers? Then join us for our Virtual Career Coach Info Session today at 6 PM.
We are looking for motivated, enthusiastic students to help guide their peers with topics such as resume building, cover letter writing, interviewing skills, and more! Don’t hesitate to apply, as we will be interviewing applicants soon and the deadline to apply is February 17th.
During these sessions, you will learn about the benefits of being a Career Coach, which is an internship position at Toppel, as well as ask any important questions you may have about the position and the interview process. If you’re interested, we also invite you to apply now!
Employer Engagement Intern
Meet Jannai Ahadzi, a Political Science and International Studies double major with a minor in Sociology on the pre-law track! Aside from being an Employment Engagement Intern here at Toppel, she is also a part of the African Students Union, United Black Students, NAACP, Above the Bar, UMiami Dems, and the National Council of Negro Women.
She said that she had to #LevelUp by coming out of her shell and being less reserved
with people she doesn’t know that well. She also states that she had to take more initiative to seek out newer and better opportunities for herself, as well as remind herself to never get overly complacent about where she is now.
This led her to zone in on what she wanted to focus her law career on. To help her get there, she plans to study abroad, obtain internships, and allow herself to spend more time doing humanitarian work both in the United States and abroad.
Piece of Advice:
“Don’t doubt yourself! Believe in yourself and your abilities, because there is no way you would have gotten to where you are now if you weren’t worthy of it or working hard for it.”