Pitt Football’s Israel Abanikanda Promotes App that Helps Job Seekers
University of Pittsburgh running back Israel Abanikanda uses Twitter to promote the Hirect app.
Abanikanda uses embedded video to express: “If you ever want to talk to CEOs, anybody on the boss level, or you ever want to find your dream job, get with Hirect app.”
Abanikanda is a junior from Brooklyn, New York. During the 2021 season, he played in 13 games, starting six. He led Pitt in rushing yards (651) and rushing touchdowns (seven) on 123 carries (5.3 avg.). He was also the Panthers’ top receiver out of the backfield with 24 catches for 197 yards (8.2 avg.) and a score. He also paced Pitt in kickoff returns, averaging a team-best 29.4 yards per attempt (seven for 206 yards and a TD).
The Hirect app is a chat-based hiring app for founders. The company claims that customers can “get replies in as fast as 15 seconds. AI accurately matches you to 100K+ active candidates.”