2020 Launch Expo Schedule
We’ve worked hard with students, faculty, staff, alums, and other community members to develop a schedule of programs for the coming Fall semester. Each of these opportunities are designed to introduce you to the Launch Communities that most interest you, help build your professional networks, and guide you towards immersive experiences that resonate with your interests and purpose. We’ve built these virtual experiences to be accessible at any time; if you can’t make one, recordings will be available for you to view and conversations will be ongoing throughout the year in each of the Community pages.
See below for the full schedule of events:
Launch Community Panel Series
September 3, 2020 – December 10, 2020
Meet with alums, employers, and other Drew students who are active in our Launch Career and Identity/Affinity communities. We’ll talk through their successes and challenges, how they leveraged their Launch experiences to get where they are today, and what you can do to advance your own plans. Time will be split between a moderated question-and-answer session and smaller breakout spaces with each of our panelists.
Launch Immersive Experiences Fair
October 2, 2020, 3-5pm
This student-led fair will showcase the immersive experiences Drew students have completed and help you find an experience that meets your personal, professional, and academic interests. From studying abroad on one of Drew’s TRECs to Community-Based Learning courses, from internships to undergraduate research, you’ll have access to a huge array of Drew student knowledge and experiences. Need a hand getting started? Our Launch Center staff will be on hand to answer any questions you might have.
Launch Communities Fair
October 23, 2020, 3-6pm
Join us for an introduction to the Launch Career and Identity/Affinity Communities, led by students, faculty, staff, alums, and community partners leading efforts in each of these areas. This online fair will introduce each Community’s work, mentors and opportunities associated with it, resources available to you, and much more. You’ll leave with an understanding of how you can get involved in your communities of interest and how these can help you succeed at Drew and prepare for your career and contribution to society.
Of course, we’d prefer to offer these events in-person on Drew’s campus this Fall. However, just because we’re not physically close to one another doesn’t mean that we’re not still here to support you. If you have any questions about these events, how to participate in them, or anything else Launch related, please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com.