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Thanks to our wonderful BizComm alums who made the last "Lunch Lessons" such a success! On March 27, 2015, we welcomed three alums back to talk about their careers to 10 interested students and the departmental faculty. Veida McCampbell, class of 2005, talked about her work as a producer on the popular TV show, "The Voice;" Steve Grossnickle, class of 2009, is now the head men's volleyball coach at Stevenson while working at Social Security Administration, and Katie Amos, class of 2011, is the development manager for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Maryland chapter. It was a wonderful event filled with stories and advice, and we were so proud to see our alums shine.

Have you heard about the app, Hoppen? It is a discovery tool that allows you to find events, see what the people in your network are doing, and make plans along with all of your friends. You’ll never again have to ask, “What should I do tonight?” One of our BizComm alums is looking for paid brand ambassadors to work with Hoppen!

As a Brand Ambassador, you will...

  • Enthusiastically engage with potential app users in order to promote and increase the number and downloads and events posted on the app
  • Generate excitement and brand awareness while distributing app information
  • Become the face of the brand on your campus and in your community

What we are looking for...

  • Someone with excellent communication and people skills
  • Someone who can work independently with little or no supervision
  • A friendly and outgoing personality, enthusiastic, and energetic

Compensation will vary per event / engagement.

If you are outgoing and love to engage with people... we would love to hear from you! Email Cara Clements at cclements@hoppenapp.com.  Be sure to attach a resume, contact information and any other relevant materials.

BizComm alum Brian Myers has returned from his summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa, as part of his trek with the Livestrong Foundation's "Survivor Summit." This video, created by Roger Gant, chronicles the trip. Brian is the fundraising and events manager for Livestrong, and made the climb in an effort to raise money for cancer victims and their families. He is contributing anything he raises beyond the costs of the summit to the Huntington's Disease Society of America for research to end this deadly and heartbreaking disease that claimed the life of his father. We can still support Brian through his Livestrong site by clicking and contributing here.

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