Working during the school semesters or in the summer is not only a financial necessity for many students, but can also be an excellent way to develop new skills and gain work experience. Drew students have found that their part-time and summer positions have helped them to make new contacts. Often, these jobs lead to full-time positions after graduation.

Drew’s geographic location, close to headquarters of major corporations as well as accessible to a large variety of small businesses and not-for-profit organizations, makes it possible for students to work while in school. Drew students are very much in demand in our local community.

The best resource for a local part time job is to search DrewLink, Drew University’s online job database that lists opportunities that are posted by local employers.  Part time jobs can include office work, retail, and even babysitting for local families.   To receive the password and the registration instructions, please contact the Career Center at career@drew.edu or 973-408-3710.

On-campus jobs are posted on the Financial Aid website.  Most of these jobs do require that students are work-study qualified.

Students who qualify for work study can earn their money by working at a local not-for-profit organization.  These jobs are part of the Federal Community Service Program and pay at the top of the work study pay scale.  Students can also search for these jobs on DrewLink.  For more details about this program, contact Bill Hinman at bhinman@drew.edu or 973-408-3566.  Or, see the Federal Community Service section of our website.