Member, Skills Support Team
Hometown: New Jersey
Undergraduate: University of Central Florida
Major: Psychology, Criminal Justice
Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Skills Support Team office in Northwest Hall.
Preston Schaub is a third-year, full-time student and this will be his first year working with the Skills Support Team. Preston was born and raised in New Jersey, until moving to Orlando, Florida at the age of thirteen. He stayed in Florida throughout college, attending the University of Central Florida; graduating in 2010, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, and a Certificate in Criminal Profiling.
Preston moved to Sacramento in 2011 to attend McGeorge School of Law and to be closer to his older brother and his family. Preston was drawn to McGeorge because of its location, the public service opportunities available to students, and the strength of its Trial Advocacy Program. For the past year, Preston has been working with the San Joaquin County District Attorney's Office and will begin working in the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office during the Fall Semester. Preston enjoys being active. He is often working out, riding motocross, or playing rugby in order to take a break from studying.
Preston recalls his first year of law school as being one of the most exciting years of his life. He looks forward to helping new students discover what strategies work best for them, and stresses that all students keep in mind their reasons for starting down this path, remember to have fun, and never be afraid to ask a question. Feel free to stop by his office hours or contact him via email to work through any problems you may encounter.