You learn for
“Research in science is not like taking a test. I’m in the lab at 2:30 in the morning because I can’t sleep, waiting for the data to come back. When something happens, it’s an amazing feeling.”
Michael Jokubaitis, physics major
Economics / Chinese
Will Brackett landed a job at JPMorgan Chase before graduation thanks in part to the networking opportunities he had during his Wall Street Semester. “It was instrumental in providing me with opportunities to get my name out there,” he says.
A visit to Drew’s Center for Career and a student-teaching position guided Kati Eggert to the all-girls Westover School in Connecticut, where she serves as coach, dorm parent, admissions counselor and video teacher. “Student-teaching was incredibly different from anything else I had ever done,” she says. “It’s what really prepared me for life after college.”
Political Science / Philosophy
While at Drew, Laquan Austion embraced conservative political ideology, appreciating this whole idea of personal responsibility. Now, as field director for the New Jersey chapter of Americans for Prosperity and a graduate student in political management at George Washington University, he’s on the path to achieve his political dreams. “My mission, essentially, is to become president.”
All your life, people have been asking, “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
At Drew, you’ll begin to find the answer.