Students often find their internships through the database maintained by the Internship Office at Drew University. This database is shared by a consortium of prestigious liberal arts colleges across the country. To be a part of the database, we ask that you provide a written job description including any special qualifications, work responsibilities, contact names, and the duration of the internship.

Employers, post an internship to DrewLink.

You may also opt to send us your internship posting via fax to (973) 408-3535 or email it to  While the internship office will act as a liaison between you and the student, we require that students make their own site contact, submit resumes, schedule interviews, and secure the internships themselves.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have:

Flore Dorcely-Mohr, Assistant Director, Academic Internships
William Hinman, Internship Assistant
Phone:  (973) 408-3566

Sycamore Cottage, 1st Floor

We would be happy to explain how Drew student interns can help your organization and how you can help them gain practical work experience.  Our office is generally open during the academic year on weekdays from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Hours during the summer and breaks vary, so please call.