What is Your Role as an Employer?

We think our internship program is a win-win proposition for you and for Drew students. Employers often comment that our students make excellent interns and are able to work successfully in a wide variety of areas because of their training in the liberal arts and in computer technology. Interns are energetic, enthusiastic, curious, and often bring a fresh perspective to their projects.

Also, internships are a useful recruiting tool, allowing companies and interns the opportunity to “look each other over” without the pressure of a long-term commitment.

Should you decide to sponsor an internship, we ask that the work you offer be meaningful and serve to enhance a student’s educational experience and career development. We ask that you:

  • Provide a clear description of the job, including your expectations of the student.
  • Support the learning aspect of the student’s internship while scheduling work responsibilities that meet your needs.
  • Commit to either a four-credit project (140 working hours) or a two-credit project (70 working hours) over the course of a semester.
  • Read and sign the student’s learning contract before the internship begins. It is important that you discuss internship goals and objectives with the student before approving the learning contract.
  • Offer orientation, training, and direct supervision of intern’s work.
  • Give appropriate feedback to the intern on an ongoing basis as well as complete an evaluation form twice during the internship.

To submit a free internship posting for our DrewLink online database:

  • Register yourself on our DrewLink online internship database; or
  • Email your posting to interns@drew.edu; or
  • Fax your submission to 973-408-3535

Thank you for thinking of our students!