A student at Brandeis University, Toby Kuperwaser focuses his energy on political science and history, with a special interest in European political history of the last millennium. With this background, Toby Kuperwaser hopes to work in the field of international relations. In addition to his academic efforts, Toby Kuperwaser has remained an active participant in the Brandeis student body throughout his college career. As a member of Zeta Beta Tau, Toby Kuperwaser served as President of the Alpha Upsilon pledge class, was the Chair of Risk Management, and performed the duties of the fraternity’s Sergeant at Arms. Toby Kuperwaser has also participated in projects that bridge the distance between Brandeis and the outside community, including Zeta Beta Tau's Get On the Ball event. Get On the Ball raises money for the Children’s Hospital Boston at Waltham by arranging for sponsors to donate money for every signature fraternity members collect on a six-foot circus ball. In addition, Toby Kuperwaser has given his time to local blood drives and the Brandeis University Senior Class Gift Committee. Supplementing his academic success and engagement with his peers, Toby Kuperwaser has prepared for his professional life with several part-time positions. During the summers of 2006 and 2007, Toby Kuperwaser worked as a Counselor for Camp Yavneh in Northwood, New Hampshire. Toby Kuperwaser has also spent time in the healthcare field as a technician for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. During his breaks from school in 2008 and 2009, Toby Kuperwaser worked in the eye clinic, assisting patients with routine visits, surgery preparation, and post-operation recovery.