Drew 110: Launch Workshop is a guided experience designed to help you learn how your unique interests and goals can guide you in exploring potential academic, career, service or other paths. A series of carefully planned exercises and assignments will help you identify and further define your transferable skills, purpose, identity, and needs of the community and the world that matter to you. DREW 110 will help you recognize and articulate the skills, interests and experiences you are developing in your overall college experience and will assist you in building networks and relationships with mentors in support of your college experience and career success. By the end of the course, you will have developed an initial strategic action plan to prepare you for your success while at Drew and beyond.
Your Launch Plan
The Launch Plan includes the eight areas above to help you identify your general career purpose, the academic, career or service paths you would like to explore or pursue, and the action plan you begin to put in place to accomplish your career and life goals.
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
The DREW 110 Student Learning Outcomes, or SLO’s, guide your DREW 110 experience. The SLO’s act as a guide for your learning, and give you an indication of what DREW 110 is meant to help you learn.
Your Drew-110 Mentors
DREW 110 comes with a network of co-instructors and teaching assistants to help you make the most of your experience. DREW 110 co-instructors and TA’s are always available to help support you as you start your time at Drew.
Looking for more information? The DREW 110 syllabus lays out course expectations, provides a calendar of assignments, and much more. Download the most up-to-date version here.