Socially Responsible Jobs are the Soup <i>Du Jour</i> for Today's Grad
A new article about students at UCLA confirms this interest in exploring new non-traditional carreer paths, but more than that, the UCLA environment is also encouraging students to find a way to make a difference, according to Connie Lew, recruiting coordinator for Deloitte & Touche  in Los Angeles.
Lew claims, "The UCLA students have the ability to adapt to many things because of the environment they are in."
So do these students want to save the world? Possibly. Some students are traveling overseas to international relief jobs, while others simply seek the comfort of a feel-good nonprofit organization on U.S. turf.