Panels cover industries like law, science, business, arts, communications, education and more
April 2020 – Drew University has transitioned completely to virtual learning, and alums are getting in on the action, assisting students with career advice and connections.
With in-person networking events cancelled amid Drew’s decision to institute social distancing measures, the Center for Internships and Career Development and Alumni & Parent Communities office created virtual panels to maintain the spirit—and purpose—of exposing undergrads to career insights in their fields of study.
Through Zoom, alums from around the world are joining together to discuss their career paths and answer questions from students.
Many alums became panelists after students reached out via Drew Connect, Drew’s online community that connects students and alums in their respective industries. Taking part in the panels has encouraged all participating alums to join the platform to continue offering their insights and connections.
Interested in being a part of a panel? Email Carol Bassie, Director of Alumni & Parent Communities.
Watch previous panels below, and be sure to check back as we post videos from the panels still to come!
Featuring Jonathan Amira C’10, Colin Daniels C’05, Toya Lollie C’95, Lina Martinez C’06, Emily Perks Quinlan C’07 and Katya Valasek C’04
Science & Business Panel
Featuring Brittany Barreto C’13, Emilio Cordova C’90 P’22 and Leonid Kotlyar C’05
Arts, Communications and Languages Panel
Featuring Cayley Barlowe Arbitsman C’10, Buist Bickley C’07, Patrick Goodwin C’06, Rage Hezekiah C’06 and Morissa Schwartz C’15, G’19
Social Impact, Education, Law and Government Panel
Featuring Julie Cederbaum C’97, Carole Gaudet P’22, Mark Grilo C’99, Kevin Hagan C’98, Hannah Kohn C’17 and Caitlin Scanlon
Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship Panel
Featuring Rob Falvo C’87, Emma Grossman C’11, Steven Schwartz C’80 and Siwat Siengsanoah C’03
For the latest information regarding Drew’s response to the coronavirus, visit the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) resource site.