I have a vision of the world as a global village, a world without boundaries.”— Christa McAuliffe

To prepare our students for a global job market of higher mobility and tighter interconnectedness than ever, Drew is devoted to cultivating the next generation of world leaders in all industries. This career community is intended to provide resources and opportunities to all globally-minded Drew students who are open to learning the ways of becoming world citizens.

We bring the world to Drew by offering our students many on-campus intercultural programs. Through them, students make meaningful friendships with international students, establish their global network, grow strong intercultural competencies, and adopt a global perspective.

We take Drew to the world by providing our students with a variety of study away programs. Through them, students immerse themselves in exciting and foreign environments, obtain and absorb new knowledge about the massive and beautiful world that’s out there.

Internships of the week: International Opportunties

London Semester

Develop career-ready, transferable workplace skills and a global mentorship network through the London Semester Internship. Student interns work under the guidance of a direct supervisor, in the small-to medium-sized companies and organizations shown to best deliver meaningful, hands-on …

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Hannah Faustmann Asst Dir, Center for Global Ed Hannah Faustmann
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Stories: Shaylyn MacKinnon C’19

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A triple major in English, Spanish and international relations, Shaylyn won the 2019 Robert Fisher Oxnam Prize and was editor in chief of The Drew Acorn, captain of the lacrosse team, a DSEM Writing Fellow and a Baldwin Honors Scholar.

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Greg Townsend Director, Center for Internships and Career Development Greg Townsend
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4 paths highly educated immigrants take to study and work in the U.S.


This article from the Pew Research Center offers insights and options for college educated international persons.  Read the article.

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Visa’s First-Ever Chief Diversity Officer on the Secrets to Her Success


Jolen Anderson likes to call herself an “attorney by training and an HR and diversity professional by passion.” And despite naturally leaning introverted, she also calls herself a self-taught extrovert, in part thanks to her career.

Before joining Visa in …

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