Dupah Gobin- B.S. in Biology

Career Services allowed Dupah to be herself, a natural leader. Nevertheless, Career Services molded Dupah, while also guiding her in the right direction. As a result, Dupah has held numerous leadership positions and, she also became a participant in the TMCF.

Executive Director, Student Government Association (SGA)- 2014

Success Networking Team Facilitator, The National Society of Leadership and Success- 2013

Public Relations Coordinator, Cardinal Pre Med Club- 2015

Volunteer, Global Medical Brigades- Nicaragua Health And Sustainability Institute Summer-2015

Intern, Isay- Teach and Travel Program- 2015 (All expenses paid trip to Africa)

Member/Co-Chair, Isay Aid Team- 2015

Member, The National Society of Leadership and Success- 2015

Participant, Role Model Program, New York Coalition of One Hundred Black Women Inc.- 2015

Volunteer, Bushwick Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare- 2012

Volunteer, CUNYfirst Student Marketing Team -2013

Volunteer, Roxie's Dare2b- 2013

"Career service, as a result of your expertise and guidance, I have a much deeper understanding of leadership.  I have learned a great deal from you, and your involvement in my professional career has helped me create a successful future. I would like to express my gratitude towards career services for all the opportunities they have given me. These opportunities helped me sharpen my leadership skills for the workplace. I will be looking forward for more opportunities, it's my joy to say thank you to career services for all my success. Once again, thank you for your commitment and assistance.  My gratitude for your contribution to my future success as a leader is immeasurable."

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