Preparing students for life after graduation is an important part of our mission. We emphasize communication and critical thinking, equipping students with the skills to succeed in myriad careers.
We also emphasize service learning—the very essence of Tulane’s curriculum. The Grant Center integrates Tulane’s robust commitment to improving our community into our enrichment opportunities.
We plan to begin offering internships and career seminars, providing valuable experience outside the classroom to all our students.
Student and faculty research funding will support faculty researchers, increasing international visibility for the program, while teaching students the art and practice of research.
For more information, contact Kassie Cosgrove
“The corporate world today is about globalization, and my Jewish Studies degree gave me the tools I needed to be successful in a multicultural, multilingual and challenging environment.”JESSICA BODKER ’09
Sr. Product Manager, Genentech
“My Jewish Studies degree provided a perfect balance to my public health minor and my pre-med track, and it made me a unique candidate for my MPH program at Johns Hopkins.”ARIELLE GORSTEIN ’11
Senior Program Associate, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
“My Jewish Studies minor has come up time and time again when interviewing for various roles. The critical thinking, analytic, writing and presentation skills that I learned in JWST have guided my career.”MATT DEITCH ’12
Silverpeak Strategic Partners