We’re thrilled you’re considering Drew—and eager to let you in on Launch! Only Drew offers Launch, a one-of-a-kind approach that syncs life and career readiness across the entire undergraduate experience. Launch is our guarantee that every Drew student graduates with a purpose-driven, experience-based life plan—and the confidence to put it into practice.
Choose Drew and graduate skilled, experienced and networked—it’s built right into your undergraduate experience. Our students learn the transferable skills that today’s employers value most. They complete two or more résumé-ready immersive experiences that are documented in their transcripts. And they develop a multilayered mentor network to guide them at Drew and into life and career.
And, because Launch and its structured components are required for all Drew undergraduates, its benefits are universal. These include Drew 110, a first year course designed to introduce all students to Launch and begin their engagement in all its components. Every student graduates ready to launch. Guaranteed.
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MEd candidates talk about the program.
August 2019 – Master of Education candidates at Drew University’s Caspersen School of Graduate Studies feel energized by the curriculum and the passion of the professors behind it.
The MEd program, which is designed primarily …
Ambition + Drew immersive experiences = Job
August 2019 – Drew University’s New York Semesters immerse students in the culture and professional opportunities of the Big Apple. For Chris Morville C’19, the experience led to a job.
Morville participated in one of Drew’s …
When you are an actor there are many things to consider when thinking about the joining Actors’ Equity union. This article from Talkingtheatre.com shares the pros and cons. Read the article.
In theatre, diversity in casting means more than ethnicity, age, and gender identity. KC Wright in an article from Backstage.com showcases 9 theater companies that actively celebrate actors with disabilities. Read the article.