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Pursuing A Graduate Theological Degree At Drew? While the first phase of Launch focuses on the undergraduate experience, the good news is that many of the benefits of Launch are available to you, right now, right here, on Launchpad. A second phase of the LAUNCH design will introduce components focused more directly on Theological School students.

Explore powerful opportunities to advance your own academic goals, professional development and vocational pathways through the Launchpad site. Students in master’s and doctoral programs at the Theological School may be particularly interested in:

The Career Communities pages are hubs for expanding your networks and connecting with mentors, events, resources and opportunities in 10 broad career areas, including one called Theology, Religion and Ministry where you can find professional information and job postings.

The Identity/Affinity Communities pages offer curated spaces where people on shared experiences and pathways can create networks of support and opportunity.  The Faith, Religion & Spirituality Affinity group may be one that would interest you, but there are also groups related to other identity indicators that you would be interested in joining.

The Mentors page provides a clearinghouse for expanding your personal and professional networks by finding—or becoming!—a mentor.

The Full-Time and Part-Time Jobs & Employers page and Launchpad are great resources for job searches and research on possible vocational pathways and/or teaching and ministry opportunities.

5 Business Terms That Every Business Student Should Know

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As a student in business school, you want to be informed and on top of all the new language that you’ll hear both at school and in your workplace. Here are fifteen important business terms that you may come across …

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How to Become a Freelance Writer While You’re in College

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Being broke while in college might be a cliche, but it’s also the norm. Finding the right way to earn a decent income in school can be a huge challenge. Most of the jobs that are easy to get pay …

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20 Art Dealers on Their First Jobs in the Art World

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Gallery directors are an intimidating bunch. They sell objects worth millions of dollars, dress as though they just stepped off a private jet straight from the French Riviera (which, in a few cases, may actually be the case), and wield …

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Alumni Spotlight: Andrew Castelluccio, C’19, Software Development Engineer, Amazon FinTech Spectra

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Andrew graduated Drew with a B.A. in Computer Science in 2019.  He worked as a Software Engineer for AWS Transit Gateway in Washington, D.C. before moving to Amazon FinTech Spectra in New York City, where he’s worked as a Software …

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Student Spotlight: Mariam Gelbakhiani C’21

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Mariam Gelbakhiani C’21
Major: Business
Minor: Media & Communications
Launch Career Community: Arts & Communications & Languages and
Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship
 Launch Identity/Affinity Community: International Student
Clubs: Drew University Program Board, Feminist Intersection, Art History Club, International Students Association, and …

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