Drew Internship Awards

Drew Internship Awards are a form of financial assistance provided by Drew University endowed funds with the goal of supporting students as they complete their internship experience. These Awards vary in size and may be used to support a variety of expenses that students incur while participating in an internship. Some examples include transportation, meals, materials, and other expenses.

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Created in 2010 by The Casement Fund Ltd. to honor Professor Emeritus John M. Warner as an exemplary teacher of …
Established in 2013, by alumni, family, and friends to honor Professor Robert G. Smith C’36 and celebrate his legacy as …
Established in 2007 by the Page Hill Foundation in memory of Drew Trustee Thomas D. Sayles, Jr., honoring his concern …

Established in 2007 by Thomas H. Kean, 10th President of Drew University and named in memory of Joe Patenaude, beloved …

Endowed in 2012 by The Nan T. McEvoy Foundation Fund to help qualified students participate in professional internships in the …

Endowed in 2013 by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in honor of Thomas H. Kean. To support student internship experiences …

Established by Thomas H. Kean, 10th President of Drew University, this is awarded to students who are interested in a …

Endowed in 2014 by the Honorable Governor Thomas H. Kean, trustees, alumni, friends, and colleagues of Peggi Howard to honor …

Endowed in 2012 by Mary Hepburn C’54, to support students participating in academic internships involving substantive engagement with the community. …