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2019 Career Development Award Winners

Please meet our 2019 Career Development Award Winners

Aayushi Chouhan

Chouhan’s career goal is to someday work for the International Olympic Committee. To help make this dream come true, she is interning in the compliance office at Delaware State.

In January, Chouhan was on the winning team in the first Business Case Study Competition at the NFL Careers in Football Forum. The winning presentation focused on how the Carolina Panthers could market to fans to increase attendance.

Chouhan hopes to earn a full-time internship with the NFL team after graduation. She is currently competing in her senior season for Delaware State, where she is a two-year letter winner.

Hometown: Raipur, India

School: Delaware State

Major: Sports management

Sport: Women’s tennis

 

Javen Morrison

Morrison’s long-term career goal is to attend law school and eventually become a sports attorney. He is a junior defensive back on the Alcorn State football team and was named first-team all-Southwestern Athletic Conference last season.

Morrison has integrated himself on campus and is a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity. He said being a member of the organization has helped him recognize the importance of community service and helping others. Before law school, Morrison hopes to have an opportunity to earn a spot on an NFL roster. Morrison has 10 career interceptions, including four during the 2018 season.

Hometown: Corinth, Mississippi

School: Alcorn State

Major: Sports management

Sport: Football

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