Why You Should Hire a Drew Intern or an Alum
On campus, our small class sizes, demanding coursework, purpose-driven mentor networks, and dynamic student organizations and athletics shape Drew students to be active thinkers, contributors and leaders.
As a degree requirement, every Drew student completes at least two immersive experiences such as internships, research, global study, or community service. Many students attain first-hand knowledge of professional worlds—from finance to theater to media—through our signature New York City semesters.
That all adds up to graduates who bring to your organization:
- Demonstrated leadership ability
- Technical expertise
- Innovation and creativity
- Focused approach to career development
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Strong investigation and research skills
- Exposure to global issues and solutions
- Ability to gather and evaluate data
- Teamwork skills
Staff of our career center know our students well and can identify candidates suited to your organization.
How to Hire a Drew Intern or an Alum
Consider adding a well-prepared Drew student or graduate to your team. We encourage employers to post job, internship and fellowship opportunities for our students and alums through our Handshake system.
Employer Recruiting Policies
We reserve the right to request additional information from an organization prior to granting posting access to Handshake and affirm our right to withhold this service from organizations or positions that are deemed to be inappropriate for our students and alumni in relation to their educational and career goals. Drew University is a member of, and subscribes to, the recruiting standards o, the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). In keeping with NACE standards, we do not verify or screen job candidates. It is the responsibility of the employer to research candidates thoroughly. By using our system, posting organizations and representatives of posting organizations represent and warrant that they have the authority to bind such organization to this agreement. They further agree to abide by the NACE Professional Standards for University Relations and Recruiting and the Fair Labor Standards Act, including rules on internships and all other relevant law.
Complete the Acknowledgement of Employer Recruiting Policies Form.
Become a Mentor
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.
Campus Student Employment
Are you a Drew University department looking to participate in On-Campus Student Employment? Are you looking to hire a Drew student for your department? There are two types of on-campus employment offered at Drew: regular student employment and Federal Work Study positions. Email Career@drew.edu for assistance or questions. If you are already an on-campus employer looking to hire a student employee, Complete the campus student employment placement form.
Student Employment Spotlight
More than 500 Drew students work on campus and with federal community service partners, gaining the opportunity to build their résumés and practice transferable skills to apply in = future jobs and internships. Read about what students gain from campus employment.
More Ways to Engage
You can make a major difference in the life, impact or success of a Drew student:
- 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.
- Learn About Clubs and Events. Something is always happening at Drew. Your student can get in on the action of this dynamic on-campus community through our Events or Experience pages.