Career MentorWhether you graduated five or fifty years ago, there are many ways to stay connected with your alma mater and fellow alumni:

Alumni Awards

Nominate a friend or classmate for an Alumni Achievement Award, the Theological School Distinguished Service Award or a spot in the Athletics Hall of Fame!

Learn more about Alumni Awards >

Drew Clubs

Drew Clubs are active in many metropolitan areas around the country. Alumni, parents, retirees and friends in these clubs gather over cocktails, go on faculty-led museum tours, and attend major league baseball games together, among other activities.  It’s a great way to stay in touch with Drew friends, network with professionals in your area, and meet others who share a connection to Drew.

See if Drew is hosting an event in a city near you >

If you are interested in helping to coordinate Drew Club activities, contact us at alumni@drew.edu or 973-408-3229.

Class Volunteers

Volunteering is a great way to stay connected with classmates and to help them stay connected with Drew.

  • Class Secretaries gather news and updates from classmates for Class Notes.
  • Class Hosts reach out to classmates about Reunion Weekend.
  • Gift Chairs encourage classmates to participate in the Annual Fund and class reunion gifts.

For more information about volunteer opportunities at Drew, contact us at alumni@drew.edu or 973-408-3229.

Career Mentoring

You can help current students and alumni in their career paths in numerous ways:

  • Sponsor academic internships at your organization
  • Post current job openings at your organization
  • Offer career advice by participating in networking activities

Learn more about mentoring on the Career Center’s site >