|Scott Westerfield '79, Chad Nelsen '92, Darren Rosenberg '92, Victoria Wu '15 and Jarrid Johnston '10|
Chad Nelsen '92, Darren Rosenberg '92, Victoria Wu '15 and Jarrid Johnston '10 got together with Brown Club and local parents and students at Corona del Mar HS Tuesday night to discuss how their personal curricular choices impacted their careers .
- what factors besides academic concentration impact employability?
- to STEM or not to STEM?
- the value of internships - before, during and after college
- does graduating from a prestigious college make a difference?
- is college still worth it?
|Chad Nelsen '92, CEO of Surfrider Foundation & Darren Rosenberg '92, co-founder of Kaenon Polarized|
|Victoria Wu '15, Advanced Technology Engineer, Edwards Life Sciences;|
Jarrid Johnston '10, Senior Associate Mont Pelerin Capital