EHS Alumna Finds her way in Miami leadership program

“At 25 years old, I asked myself, ‘When was I working and it didn’t feel like work?'” says Bapasola, “and on reflection I realized it was as a student leader in college. I came alive in that setting, and I wanted to help college students the way my college mentors helped me.”

After this realization, she discovered that the next step in her career should be in the field of student affairs in higher education.

Read more in the OCTOBER 19, 2015 article “Paying mentorship forward by helping students make the right moves” Newsworks.org: http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/local/humanatwork/87306-paying-mentorship-forward-by-helping-students-make-the-right-moves

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