First Year Students

  • Visit the Career Center and make an appointment with a Career Counselor. Explore possible majors and career options through career counseling and career assessments.
  • Ask for tutoring help if you’re having problems with a course. Don’t wait too long.
  • Get involved with a sport, club, or volunteer organization.
  • Explore part-time jobs or community service work. Even a few hours per week with help you develop new skills.
  • Learn about internships you might do next year.
  • Write a resume and a general cover letter. Have them reviewed by a Career Counselor.
  • Work on your computer skills. Strong computer skills are useful in every career.
  • Attend career panels and information sessions.
  • Find out about Career Center events on Twitter, Facebook and in the daily Drew Today emails.

Sophomores

  • Explore possible majors and career options through a career counseling appointment and career assessments.
  • Develop career-related experience through jobs, volunteer work, or internships. Make an appointment to discuss your options.
  • Explore study abroad or special semesters in the U.S.
  • Update your resume or write your first one and have it reviewed by a Career Counselor. Get help with your cover letter.
  • Attend career panels and information sessions.
  • Continue involvement with sports, clubs, or volunteer work. Learn about leadership opportunities within these organizations.
  • Find out about Career Center events on Twitter, Facebook and in the daily Drew Today emails.

Juniors

  • Meet with a Career Counselor. Discuss your ideas about career possibilities. Develop a plan to learn more.
  • Apply for an internship. Ask for help in understanding how the program works and how to choose your internship.
  • Find part-time or summer jobs that will give you career-related skills.
  • Review possible graduate or professional school plans with a Career Counselor.
  • Acquire some level of leadership experience through clubs or activities.
  • Begin to network with alumni, friends, and family.
  • Learn about entrance exams needed for graduate or professional school. Plan when you will take these.
  • Continue to attend career panels and  information sessions.
  • Find out about Career Center events on Twitter, Facebook and in the daily Drew Today emails.

Seniors

  • Explore career choices through career counseling.
  • Review graduate/professional school plans with a career counselor or graduate school advisor.
  • Prepare for and register to take graduate/professional school entrance exams.
  • Update your resume and cover letter and have them reviewed by a career counselor.
  • Continue involvement in clubs and organizations. Seek leadership opportunities when possible.
  • Attend career workshops, employer information sessions, and networking events.
  • Participate in employer on-campus interviews.
  • Develop a networking plan.
  • Read all emails and notices sent by the Career Center.
  • Attend career fairs
  • Find out about Career Center events on Twitter, Facebook and in the daily Drew Today emails.