Alum mentors are the rocket fuel for Launch. You make a meaningful contribution to a promising Drew student while adding to the world’s good. So head over to Drew Connect, create an account, and join one or more of our Career or Identity/Affinity Communities. It’s that easy.

More Ways to Engage

You can pay it forward as a Drew alum in ways beyond mentorship:  

  • Share Career Insights. Students love to hear the inside scoop from guest speakers and panelists.
  • Tap New Talents. Help us identify the skills your industry wants—and we can teach.
  • Partner on Research. Collaboration with Drew advances knowledge in more ways than one.
  • Find an Intern. Our students make top-notch interns (and future coworkers).
  • Hire a Graduate. You know it firsthand: Drewids are workplace ready from day one.

Career Benefits for Alums

You have access to—and are encouraged to use—these career-advancing Drew tools:

  • Meet Your Match. Explore our Career Communities and Identity/Affinity Communities to build purposeful connections with Drewids who share your pathway. 
  • Step Up Your Search. Look for jobs and career navigation ideas on Launchpad. 
  • Build a Network. Create an account on Drew Connect and begin networking with our growing alum base.
  • Tap Our Experts. Reach out to the Career Center for professional tips and services, including résumé and cover letter reviews.

Alumni Spotlight: Kimberly Ammiano, C’13, Associate Producer at CBS

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Kimberly Ammiano has always enjoyed writing and conversing with people and she’s been able to combine these two passions through experience starting as a freshman at Drew University. She majored in English and minored in Writing, Sociology, and Women’s Studies, …

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Internships and Jobs of the Week: Arts, Communications & Languages

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Whitney Museum of American Art  | Gallery Assistant | NYC | $17 an hour

Gallery Assistants are the Museum’s in-gallery customer-service team. They are responsible for answering visitor questions, promoting the Museum’s offerings, and ensuring that visitors understand and abide by the Museum’s …

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Internships & Jobs of the Week: Social Impact, Education, Law & Government

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Paid Positions at the Polls in November

America is in the midst of a nationwide poll worker shortage.  Most poll workers are over the age of 60 and, in the era of uncertainty caused by the coronavirus, fewer are signing …

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Students of Color Peer Mentoring Interest Form

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“My name is Gabriella Ramirez. I am a rising Sophomore here at Drew University. During my first year at Drew as a Latinx woman, I felt alone, isolated, and that I had no support as a student of Color. Feeling …

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High School Teacher at Challenge Charter Schools in NYC

If you are considering a career in teaching, consider applying to a charter school. Charter schools do not require a master’s degree unlike public schools. Challenge Charter Schools  is a community-based …

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