Thank you for your interest in Drew University students.  You can list full-time, part-time, internship, and summer openings with the Center for Career Development through DrewLink, our centralized, online job and internship posting system for students and alumni seeking employment opportunities.

Other recruiting services include on-campus interviews, information sessions, career panels, our senior resume book, the Drew Externship Program, and the annual Tri-Collegiate Career & Graduate School Fair.

The key members of our recruiting team include:

  • Sue Ceravolo, Interim Director
  • Richard White, Employer Relations Coordinator
  • Bill Hinman, Internship Coordinator
  • Suzanne Rocco, Program Services Manager

Job and Internship Postings

DrewLink is the single best way to reach the widest audience of Drew students and alumni.  It is part of the NACElink/Symplicity network of college career centers. 

To post your full-time job, internship or part-time job on DrewLink, go to DrewLink.

If you are a first-time user:

  1. Select “Register” and complete the required information.
  2. As soon as your registration is approved (within one business day), you will receive an email with your system-generated user name and password.
  3. You can then post one or more positions on DrewLink.

If you already have an account:

     Access DrewLink at any time to update your posting or add a new one.

Need Assistance?

     Contact the Career Center at career@drew.edu or 973-408-3710. 

 

On-Campus Interviews

You can schedule on-campus interviews for full-time jobs or internships during the fall or spring semester.  You select the candidates you want to interview, and we will schedule your interviews for you.  All interviews take place in Sycamore Cottage.  For more information or to arrange an interview date, contact us at career@drew.edu or 973-408-3710.

 

Information Sessions and Career Panels

On-campus information sessions and career panels are great ways to provide students with information about your organization, jobs and internships, and career paths.  Typically, these sessions run for 45-60 minutes and take place in the late afternoon or early evening.  For more information or to arrange a session, contact Richard White at rwhite1@drew.edu or 973-408-3324.

Senior Resume Book

Utilize our Senior Resume Book to review the credentials of our most active job seekers and see how they can contribute to your organization.  To request access to Drew resumes, contact Richard White at rwhite1@drew.edu or 973-408-3324.

 

Drew Externship Program

Host a Drew student for a day or part of a day to provide an introduction to your organization, industry, and career paths.  Most visits take place during the Drew “Jan Term” (first three weeks of January) or spring break (mid-March), but other times can also be arranged.  For more information, contact Richard White at rwhite1@drew.edu or 973-408-3324.  

Tri-Collegiate Career & Graduate School Fair

The career centers at Drew University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, and the College of St. Elizabeth—all within three miles of each other—team up every March to present the Tri-Collegiate Career & Graduate School Fair.  Meet job seekers, including students and alumni, from all three colleges.  This year’s event will take place in late March 2015 at Fairleigh Dickinson University.    For more more information, contact the Center for Career Development at career@drew.edu or 973-408-3710. 

Internship Program and Services

Every fall, spring, and summer, more than 50 Drew students participate in credit-bearing internships.  Additional students participate in non-credit, full- or part-time, paid or unpaid internships with companies, nonprofits, and government agencies.  You can utilize DrewLink and all the other recruiting services described above to publicize your internships.  We also provide assistance in designing an internship program within your organization.  For more information about your role as an internship sponsor, please see the following section:  FAQs for Employers. For additional questions, contact Bill Hinman at bhinman@drew.edu or 973-408-3566.