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Career DrewTalks and Networking

Virtual | Free | Registration Required for Zoom link.

  • Five 3-4 minute DrewTalks discussing how students’ vocational aspirations can both shape their educational experience and be further formed through that experience, including through internships, experiential learning, and mentorship opportunities. DrewTalks by:
    • The Reverend Dr. Tanya L. Bennett T’00, G’05, T’11, Associate Dean for Vocation and Formation, Drew University
    • Dr. Kirk A. Johnson T’12, G’16, Assistant Professor, Justice Studies, Montclair State University and Founder and CEO of Peculiar Capital, LLC
    • Dr. Maximillian J. Orsini G’05, G’16, adjunct professor, Drew University; poet, critical-essayist, teacher, and singer-songwriter
    • Kristen Turner, Professor and Director of Teacher Education, Drew University
    • Dr. Hettie V. Williams Ph.D. G’13, G’17, Historian and Writer; Assistant Professor of African American history in the Department of History and Anthropology at Monmouth University
  • Breakouts following the DrewTalks around each speakers’ topic
  • The second half of this event will offer the chance to connect with others in a targeted way in industry breakout rooms determined by attendee interest, but may include:
    • Art/Art History
    • Business, Finance & Entrepreneurship
    • Civic Engagement & Social Impact
    • Education
    • Law & Government
    • Media & Communications
    • Medicine & Health Professions
    • Science, Technology, Engineering & Sustainability
    • Religion, Theology & Ministry
    • Theatre/Dance/Music

NOTE: Availability of breakout rooms is dependent on adequate registration.

For more information, contact:
Carol Bassie
Director, Alumni and Parent Communities
Alumni and Parent Communities
alumni@drew.edu

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