For many potential students, "Experience Drexel" began with a one-on-one with the Director of Drexel's Office of Financial Aid and University Vice President Melissa Englund, who was making her fourth trip to the Sacramento campus.
Our students are all working professionals, so what do they want after a hard day at the office?? The answer's obvious.
And the food was truly excellent!
How can Drexel help me with my career? 60 potential students packed our largest clasroom to listen to Kathy Neary, Drexel's Associate Director for Global Business and Career Cervices talk about what Drexel students can expect to receive from the Steinbright Career Development Center.
Kathy Neary lays it all out to a room full of working professionals, who took time to think about where they want to be in two years....
Success in life means learning how to talk to people who have different interests - and that starts over dinner at Drexel, where working professionals interested in three different degree programs compared notes.
The big question most people had to answer was this: How exactly do I get to eat with both hands full??
Current students bonded with prospective students - not just because Drexel's a nice place, but because their interests are the same: where DO you want to be in two year?
Barbara Hayes, Executive Director of the region's premier economic development organization (SACTO) talks about what causes businesses to locate in the Sacramento region: an educated workforce ready to lead.
Don't be misled by the current economic situation: for those who seize the opportunity and invest in themselves today, there is nothing but clear skies ahead.
Don't come to Drexel if you expect everyone to be just like you. If you are going to succeed in your career, you have to be ready to capitalize on the richness of diversity.
A graduate education demands serious education, especially if you are considering taking on a degree program ranked among the best in the country.
Todd Trotter, one of Kaiser Permanente's stars in Northern California, shares the qualities he looks for in candidates for employment: What makes you stand out from the rest? What will make you a leader?
Michelle Heppner, a director of special projects for Sacramento's City Manager and President of Drexel's Graduate Student Association (GSA) shares the concerns she had six months ago when she was deciding whether or not to make the leap to Drexel.
Charles Pizzi (left), Chairman of the Phiadelphia Federal Reserve Board and President/CEO of the Tasty Baking Company, looks on with A.J. Drexel (1890), at the unique "taste of Philadelphia" that Tastykakes offer.
Our THIRD H/W team! One admitted to the MBA program, the other to the MPH program! If THEY can do it, surely you can!!