Jerome Ingram Jr. serves as a student trustee on the Board of Trustees at Thomas Edison State University and represents the student body at the highest level of University decision making.


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Depending on the college or university, graduation and commencement might mean different things. It’s an easy mistake to confuse the two, and one that happens often at TESU. 


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The job interview is a two-way street. It's for the company to learn about you; but also, it is about your interest in the company.


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At 20 years old, I couldn't see myself in a specific career. Two years later, I'm now a security engineer and DevOps engineer intern, driven to make an impact in tech.


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Be confident in who you are and what you bring to the table.


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After graduating from TESU, I received offers of admission from six law schools, with substantial scholarship offers from each, including two full-tuition scholarships.


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Joyce O’Connell, MS '02 shares her memories as a TESU student during Sept. 11, 2001 and how through devastating events, we can emerge stronger than ever.


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Here's what a career path in academia may look like for the STEM student.


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Without an understanding of information technology basics, it's easy for a software developer or other IT professional to make rookie mistakes.


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A degree in STEM opens up a world of possibilities.


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