“Professor Lisa Brenner helped me figure out what I wanted to do after college by getting me an internship with a great non-profit in New York City called New York Women in Film and Television. It was an opportunity to network and learn from industry mentors that I never would have had if not for a Drew professor.”
Joeseph R. Patenaude Theatre Internship Program
Patenaude internships are awarded to students who are interested in a career in theater and have chosen to participate in unpaid internships with professional theaters. Through the internship program students receive both stipends, and travel and housing subsidies.
Internship With New York Women in Film and Television
Because of our unique location, we can offer students unmatched opportunities for career discovery and development through internships for academic credit. Through this practical experience, students enrich the skills and theories learned in the classroom and see how they are applied in the workplace.
Internship With Night Castle Management, Inc.
Internship With Greater Media NJ
Internship With ARTS by the People
Mentored by Professor Lisa Brenner
Being taken under the wing of a brilliant Drew professor is like being mentored by Yoda. Intellectual curiosity + faculty mentorship + learning by doing = catching fire and taking off.
Drew London Program
To offer the widest possible array of choices for global education, Drew maintains affiliations with Global Partners – educational programs providers selected by Drew based on their high academic and administrative quality – to provide opportunities for study around the world.
"My professors challenged me to keep pushing, to take it one step further. That’s what made the difference."
Baldwin Honors Scholar
If you have demonstrated academic excellence and talent, purposeful engagement and leadership in your school or community, you are eligible to be considered for the Baldwin Scholars Program and a $25,000 scholarship.
Mentored by Professors Lokaneeta, Morsink and Mundo
Getting into college can seem like an end goal, but the real goal is thriving once you get there. With a student-faculty ratio of 10:1, Drew’s remarkable culture of mentorship begins in the first year and often lasts long after students graduate.
Participated in Drew's United Nations NYC Semester
Spend two days a week in New York at the United Nations. For additional credits, you may also opt to participate in an internship that would add an additional day(s) to your schedule. You will have the opportunity to hear from members of the U.N. Secretariat, the delegations, special agencies, or nongovernmental organizations represented at the United Nations. Group discussion typically follows.
Interned at New Jersey House of Representatives
Interned at Morris County Courthouse
Interned With Grassroots Campaigns
Phi Beta Kappa
As America's most prestigious honor society, Phi Beta Kappa has celebrated excellence in the liberal arts and sciences and championed free thought since 1776.
“Drew’s classes are small and professors encourage participation, so you become comfortable thinking through complex issues on your feet. I volunteered twice in my first class at Harvard Law! I don’t think I could have done that if not for my professors and classes at Drew.”
Baldwin Honors Scholar
Baldwin Honors Scholars are Drew’s highest-achieving students, chosen for their strong academic record and exceptional leadership to pursue opportunities for independent learning, engagement and research beyond the regular undergraduate curriculum.
In London, politics as usual has disappeared. You witness the changes from a seat in Parliament when the prime minister is challenged by the opposition.
United Nations NYC Semester
Have unparalleled access to the
ground floor of geopolitics in New York at the United Nations. Meet with members of the U.N. Secretariat as well as the delegations, special agencies and non-governmental organizations.
Phi Beta Kappa Society celebrates and advocates excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Its chapters invite for induction the most outstanding arts and sciences students at 283 leading U.S. colleges and universities.
“Drew professors do a great job teaching you how to learn in lots of different ways—the techniques, study skills, how to think about problems and break them down. That’s how Drew helped me succeed in my first job.”
Wall Street Program
Spend your summer at behind-the-scenes visits to securities firms, the New York Stock Exchange and the Securities and Exchange Commission and you will be able to answer that question...