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Believe it or not, degrees in the liberal arts can actually make it easier to land a job. Each major and minor within the School of Arts & Sciences carries with it a unique list of skill sets that more and more employers are saying they want. Across industries, employers look for a combination of skills, interests and values that match their own.  

Prepared for Anything
Forget about scrolling through a list of careers students minoring in Jewish Studies pursue. There are no rules. If you study what you’re passionate about, you are much more likely to discover and develop your own personal skills, interests and values that ultimately will help you find a rewarding profession.

Skills You Will Gain as a Jewish Studies Minor

  • Developing a global perspective
  • Acknowledging different value systems
  • Weighing values
  • Conveying complex information
  • Comparing beliefs/social systems
  • Familiarity with other cultures
  • Describing issues and concerns
  • Analyzing social behavior
  • Understanding assumptions and presuppositions
  • Performing literary analysis
  • Remaining aware of different perspectives and approaches

Get Out There

Remember, it’s never too early to visit Career Services. Exploring how your skills, experiences, interests and values can influence your career choices is something you can do from your first year at Richmond through your fourth and beyond. Whether you are searching for that first job, exploring graduate school options, or considering something unique like a bridge experience or fellowship, Career Services can help you get there.

Career Services

Advising Suite
Tyler Haynes Commons, Suite 306 (third floor)
(804) 289-8547

Career Gallery & Employer Suite
Queally Center, Suite 201
(804) 662-3032

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.