What Can I Do With my History Degree: Undergrad Workshop
Thursday, November 16, 2023, 06:00pm - 07:30pm
“WHAT CAN I DO WITH MY HISTORY DEGREE?”
A RUTGERS HISTORY ALUMNI ZOOM EVENT
THURS NOVEMBER 16, 6PM
- What can you do with your history degree?
- What kind of careers are open to you?
- How do you navigate the transition between college and the workplace?
- What have recent Rutgers history grads done with their degree?
Please join us for a live drop-in zoom session for a discussion of these questions and many more!
Bailey Lawrence serves as Governor Phil Murphy’s Deputy Press Secretary and is responsible for promoting the Governor’s economic, environmental, and infrastructure policy agendas. He earned a B.A. in History from Rutgers University in 2019, as well as a M.P.P. from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy in 2021.
Alexa Nicolaou graduated summa cum laude from the SAS Honors Program and then earned an Ed.M in Social Studies Education from the Rutgers Graduate School Education in 2019. She then served as an English Teaching Fellow in Greece with the Fulbright Program. Currently, Alexa teaches high school social studies in New Jersey.
David Ogilvie is a graduate of the class of 2022, majored in History and minored in Political Science. He is a recipient of the Dr. Martin Siegel History Prize for his research project in the History Seminar course. In addition to working as a financial research data analyst, he has served as a research and teaching assistant to Professor David Greenberg.
Lilith Lee graduated in May with two Honors BAs in History and French and have been working with a preschool to further their social studies and English curriculum since graduation.
Hosted by Professors James Delbourgo and Jennifer Jones, History Department
See you then!