When we recognize our interconnectedness and the fundamental dignity and equality of every human being, we help to build a world that is more accepting, secure and free.”—Barack Obama


The International Student community is designed to be a space for people who identify with or have an affinity to the international student body at Drew. Drew is ranked top 10 nationally in enrolling international students and currently hosts about 400 students from all over the world on campus, which brings both an opportunity and a responsibility to the Drew community. We have the opportunity to meet with and learn about the cultures and perspectives of our international classmates. And we have the responsibility to create a safe and welcoming environment for these international students.

Thus, this community’s purpose is twofold: First, to offer resources, programs, and support that cater to international students’ specific needs to help them succeed at Drew. Second, to bring together faculty, staff, domestic students, and the greater Drew community around how to best host international students and to enjoy the benefit of a highly diverse and internationalized campus.

If you are interested in participating in and/or supporting this community, please feel free to share your experiences, provide resources that may support Drew as a leader in college campus internationalization.

Why Should I Work For a Non-Profit?

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The Muse offers this interesting article outlining some of the advantages to getting your career started in a non-profit. It also dispels some myths. Drew is incredibly connected in the non-profit space – come to the Career Center or visit …

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Greg Townsend Director, Center for Internships and Career Development Greg Townsend
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HR 1044 green card backlog bill

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Not sure where the immigration policies are going? Here is a new article on Green Card. Read the article here.

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Max Zhang Experiential Education Specialist; Chinese Language & Culture Advisor Max Zhang
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Doing an internship (for your class) in the U.S.? Apply for CPT!

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There are two types of Curricular Practical Training: a required internship experience to meet graduation requirements or an optional course taken with an internship component (that is not required), but still an integral part of the program’s established curriculum.

Not …

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Max Zhang Experiential Education Specialist; Chinese Language & Culture Advisor Max Zhang
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Become a One To World Global Guide!

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For more information, visit the OTW website.

Posted by Max Zhang
Max Zhang Experiential Education Specialist; Chinese Language & Culture Advisor Max Zhang
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