Thursday, November 18, 2010

Success Beyond UM

Written by Claire Arritola and Priyanka Surio

Working at the Toppel Career Center comes with many perks; it is considered one of the best jobs to have on campus. Being a peer advisor prepares us for the professional world in all aspects. This has been proven through the success of a former Peer Advisor, Steve Glasser ’10. Steve graduated last May with a major in Marketing and a minor in Sport Administration and went on to work for his dream job, ESPN! Always enthusiastic about the sports arena, it was only his destiny to end up as a Production Researcher for ESPN Stats and Information. He went from sharing football stats and information in the office to writing sports articles for ESPN New York. He made it to the end zone after much persistence, using the strategies he learned at our career center to score that touchdown. He is starting off his career to a great start and we only see greater things in his future; soon he will be hosting the halftime show for national football games, sharing his valuable and insightful input. We can’t wait to see what our future holds!

They're Not The Same Old Jets (So Far) - Written by Steve Glasser


Anonymous said...

It's great to see that you're using the career center and all the resources it has to offer. How do I become a Toppel Peer Advisor?

Anonymous said...

I've known Steven for a long time and he HAS always been enthusiastic about the sports arena! It's so great he made it to the end zone after much persistence! Good luck Steven! Looking forward to your valuable and insightful input at halftimes!

toppelpeers said...

If you are interested in becoming a Peer Advisor, e-mail Megan Garber at or check with Student Employment next semester.