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At A Glance
Gerri C. LeBow Hall
After accidentally discovering Drexel’s campus during a tour of Philadelphia, Mara Bazzo had found her home for the next five years.
Mathilde Berger used her undergraduate research experience to compete in a prestigious student competition sponsored by NASA. Now she works at SPACEX.
After deciding to change his major from pre-dentistry to finance, Kim transferred to Drexel and completed his co-op at Goldman Sachs, the global investment banking titan.
Ranasinghe leveraged his dual degrees by infusing economic theories and research skills learned at LeBow into tax auditing at EY (Ernst & Young).
Starting her freshman year, she used Drexel’s undergraduate research opportunities to prepare her for her co-op and determine her future career interests.
Diving into research has allowed Emma Zdgiebloski to engage fully with her academic studies and travel the world.
Philip Barasa’s pursuit of education, co-op and adventure has led him from Kenya to the United States and Australia.
Karim Laib landed a great job with BlackRock before even finishing his final term at Drexel. He says the Drexel Co-op program is what made it possible.
Morgan Merge gained valuable analytical, research and critical thinking skills as a Drexel economics major.
Anna Petrone credits Drexel Co-op with providing her the experience necessary to land a position in the Federal Reserve’s two-year research assistant program.
Japkeerat Bindra credits his expansive network and working with his dream company to the relationships he built during his time at Drexel.
Takyi-Buachie made the most of the Drexel co-op program by working for four different companies and organizations during her 18 months of co-op, including Google.
From international consulting to academic trips, Roger Kfoury got the most out of his time at Drexel, and a LeBow networking event is what that ultimately led him to an exciting role after graduation.