Kelly came to Rutgers unsure of her major and career goals. Three years later, she feels much more certain about the future and is thankful to have discovered subjects she feels passionate about.
Radha Patel is a third year supply chain student who has not only interned for companies including Diaspark and Verizon, but also remains actively involved on campus as an RA, a RBS tour guide, and as the Director of Internal Affairs for her professional fraternity, Phi Chi Theta.
Rutgers NO MORE is generating awareness regarding domestic violence and sexual assault by starting important conversations within different organizations around campus. Find out more about their mission to break downs stigmas and encourage bystander intervention.
Recent graduate, Kaila Lim, discovered a passion for public speaking through Rutgers Toastmasters and competed in contests hosted by Toastmasters International, TedX Speechcraft, and the Rutgers School of Communication and Information during her time at Rutgers. Find out more about her college journey and her career plans as she begins her first full-time job in New York City.
Rising senior, Kayla Jackson, once dreamed of a career in professional golf. Find out what influenced her to pursue a career in media and entrepreneurship instead, along with how she became a co-founder of PeduL, a higher education crowdfunding platform.
Atif Ahmad moved to the United States at the age of 19 from Bangladesh to pursue his dream of attending law school. Find out how Atif’s passion for law transformed into one for policy, as well as the lessons he’s learned along the way.
Dan Corey is the Daily Targum’s newest editor-in-chief. He also broadcasts a weekly radio show on WRSU (Rutgers Radio) and interned with 94.3 last summer. Perhaps even more impressive, however, is the fact that he is only a sophomore. Find out how Dan got involved at Rutgers as a freshman and how he plans to make the most of the rest of his college career.
Mehul Salhotra came to Rutgers wanting to major in engineering, but quickly realized he was also passionate about the business world. Find out how Mehul combined his interests in engineering and economics to land a job at Goldman Sachs as a software engineer.
Aishwarya Sharma, an accomplished recent graduate of the Rutgers Business School, has interned at companies like Amazon, L’Oreal and more. Not to mention that she founded the Rutgers University Business for Youth organization during as a first-year student. Find out more about her Rutgers journey and how she landed a full-time position with Accenture Consulting.
Recent graduate, Aditya Parikh, will attend Harvard this fall pursuing a PhD in physics. During his time at Rutgers, he spent two summers conducting research at CERN’s headquarters in Switzerland and was also named a Barry Goldwater Scholarship recipient. Read more about his passion for physics and accomplished Rutgers career.