Career Communities

Explore Our Communities:

 

Welcome to the hub of Launch’s Career Communities! Here you will find portals to eight Career Communities tied together by common interests and pursuits. This is where you gain access to the opportunities, experiences, and mentors you need to develop your transferable skills.

On each Career Community page you will find information specifically curated for that community including: job and internship opportunities; on-campus events and activities; Drew student groups; study abroad opportunities; graduate programs; and other resources you need to succeed here at Drew and beyond. You will also have direct access to alum mentors who are already working in the field who can help you hone your résumé, think through the selection of a major, or just discuss life after Drew. Revisit these pages often and sign up for a newsletter as the content will be updated regularly. All of these pages have been designed to help you find information that is relevant to you when you need it.

These are not communities of membership—they are communities of interest. You are free to explore as many as you would like. In fact, you are encouraged to do so. You might find that your Launch Plan takes you to multiple communities, and your exploration might get you excited about an opportunity you had never previously considered.

Six Aspects of U.S. Culture International Students Need to Know

For many international students, studying in the USA brings excitement about learning and living in a different culture. Some international students want to prepare by understanding what cultural difference they will encounter in the United States. Luckily, you don’t have …

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Showing up to the classroom with empathy

Focusing on the 4 L’s of empathy — listening, labeling, linking and letting go — can help education leaders build stronger connections, temper emotions and avoid focusing on conflicts

Read the full story here.

Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager
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Educator Trends going into the 2022 school year

We are getting half way through the first full school year since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and some serious trends are happening across schools and districts

Read more about these trends here.

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Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager
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Interested in being a substitute Teacher? Read about the new requirement changes in NJ

NJ recently changed substitute teaching requirements so that anyone with 30 or more credits can now sub. Those with less than 60 credits still have to be enrolled in school.

Chester School Disctrict in New Jersey is looking to hire …

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Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager
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Drew Performing Arts Access Coordinators

Are you interested in making the performing arts at Drew more accessible?
Join the Drew Performing Arts Access Coordinators (DPAAC)!

We are looking for new members to become access coordinators at our spring semester productions for captioning, audio descriptions, and …

Posted by Dan Loughrey
Dan Loughrey Assistant Director, Center for Career Development
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New Courses and Special Electives

The NonProfit Sector

Tracy Andrews
Examines the types, development, and contributions of nonprofit organizations including the political, social, and economic importance of this sector. Topics…

Theatre in the Community: The Newark Collaboration

Lisa Brenner & Kimani Fowlin
Drew students work with high school students from the Newark public schools in a collaborative theater-making enterprise, serving as mentors…

Choreography and Performance Studies

Kimani Fowlin
Experience the transformative powers of dance to create community through the engagement of community-based learning. Students will have opportunities to…

Innovation Action Lab

Susan Rosenbloom
Innovation Action Lab (CE-270) is a 2 credit course that students can enroll in which engages in creative problem solving…

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Lisa Jordan
This course introduces Geographic Information Systems (GIS): a combination of the hardware, software, and community involved in the collection, distribution,…

Food, Justice, and US Literature

Summer HArrison
This course examines the intersection of food, justice, and 20th/21st century U.S. literature in order to understand how our ideas…

Applied Performance: Sexual Consent

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Exposes students to the field of Applied Theatre and experiential education using Speak About It’s theatrical consent education as a…

Current Events and Contemporary France

Marie-Pascale Pieretti
This course explores Contemporary France. Through different themes central to French society it examines, for example, cultural diversity, gastronomy, education,…

Allied Against Hatred: Black-Jewish Relations in America

Jonathan Golden
The Civil Rights Era was known as a time of alliance and affinity between Jewish and Black people in America.…

Sociology of Education

Susan Rosenbloom
This course has a dual focus: to participate in a community school by working in the after-school program in Orange,…

Civic Media

Jeremy Blatter
Civic Media explores the theoretical, ethical, and technical dimensions of socially engaged documentary filmmaking through critical readings, discussion, and production-based…

Medical Geography

Lisa Jordan
Medical Geography investigates the intersections of health and place. The objectives of the course are to illuminate the importance of…

Geographic Information Systems

Lisa Jordan
This course introduces Geographic Information Systems (GIS): a combination of the hardware, software, and community involved in the collection, distribution,…

Advanced Geographic Information Systems

Lisa Jordan
Advanced Geographic Information Systems expands on introductory GIS material by exploring topics in spatial statistics, programming, and multimedia.  Research topics…

Community Literacy and Public Rhetoric in the Archives

Jens Lloyd
In this course, students will serve as archival researchers for Cornerstone Family Programs & Morristown Neighborhood House in Morristown, an…

Choreography & Performance Studies

Kimani Fowlin
Within this community-based learning course students will experience the transformative powers of dance to create community. Come experience the wonders…

Special Topics in Civic Engagement: Refugees & Resettlement

Jonathan Golden
Explores the many dimensions of the global refugee crisis, with a specific focus on resettlement. Working in partnership with the…