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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Endowed in 2007 by Arthur G. Fenske P’74, P’78, Karl A. Fenske C’74, Susan Fenske McDonough C’78, Mark Fenske, friends …

Established in 1997 by Professor of Political Science Julius Mastro and colleagues and friends of New Jersey State Senator John …

Endowed in 2016 through generous gifts from the Class of 1966 in celebration of their 50th reunion. To be awarded …

Endowed in 2015 by the College of Liberal Arts Class of 1960, to support students participating in academic internships.  Awarded …

Endowed in 2005 by Andrew E. Balber, to honor the long-time efforts and widely-appreciated and abiding interest of his mother, …

Endowed by A. David Brown, University Trustee, to assist the work of Drew University’s Center for Internships and Career Development …