The Center for Internships and Career Development at Drew University helps students navigate their way through the career decision-making process, beginning with the first semester through to the last, and beyond.

Among all of life’s important decisions, choosing a career ranks among the most important.  Finding work that allows you to express your passions, interests, skills, and values is essential to real success.

The services and programs offered through the Center for Internships and Career Development are designed to assist you in choosing the right path and provide you with the skills and tools necessary to find your way.

Throughout the school year, the Center for Internships and Career Development offers workshops on resume writing, interviewing skills, job search strategies and other career development skills.   The Center also sponsors information sessions and panel discussions featuring Drew alumni and employers in a variety of career fields.  By attending these events, you can gain a better insight into the career possibilities for your passions, interests and skills.

By developing the Alumni Mentor Program for Students (AMPS), the Center has created a strong network of alumni in varied career fields.  These AMPS members are available to speak to students about their own career paths and work experiences.

The Center can assist you with your career development from your first year at Drew through your last and beyond.  Review our suggestions at Year by Year Plan for Career Success.

Student to Professional

Workshops on resume writing, developing a job search strategy, and interviewing for a job. Other special programs include: Senior Alumni-Networking and Alumni Mentoring.

Careers for Life, a Drew for Life Program

We are committed to helping Drew students and alumni with all their career needs.  The Center for Internships and Career Development offers Alumni lifelong access to career services.  Review our Services for Alumni.

“May the stars light your way and may you find the interior road. Forward!”
Traditional Irish Farewell