Why You Should Hire a Drew Alumnus

There are many reasons Drew graduates have landed impressive, hard-to-get jobs with CNN, Google, Merrill Lynch, NASDAQ, Sony Music, Teach for America and the US State Department.

On campus, our small class sizes, demanding coursework, coursework, mentoring with faculty and staff, and active student organizations and athletics shape Drew students to be active thinkers, contributors and leaders.

Off campus, as a degree requirement, every student must engage in real-world experiences such as internships, externships, global study, community service or participating in special New York City semesters.

That all adds up to students who will bring to your organization:

• Demonstrated leadership ability
• Technical expertise
• Innovation and creativity
• Focused approach to career development
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Strong investigation and research skills
• Exposure to global issues and solutions
• Ability to gather and evaluate data
• Teamwork skills

Our career center staff knows our students well, and can identify candidates suited to contribute to your organization.

We’d love to have you contact us and arrange a visit to meet with our students!

Post a Job or Internship

BC_0216_MGray_50List your full-time, part-time, internship and summer openings with us through DrewLink, our centralized system for students and alumni seeking opportunities.

  • Already registered? Use DrewLink now.
  • Want to register? Here are instructions.
    • Select “Register” and complete the required information.
    • As soon as your registration is approved (within one business day), you will receive an email with your system-generated username and password.
    • You can then post one or more positions on DrewLink.

Need Help? Contact the Career Center at career@drew.edu or 973-408-3710.

Recruit at Drew

Thank you for your interest in hiring our talented students and alumni!

  • On-Campus Interviews. You can schedule on-campus interviews for jobs or internships during the fall or spring semester. You select the candidates you want to interview, and we’ll schedule everything.
  • Information Sessions and Career Panels. On-campus information sessions and career panels are great ways to provide students with information about your organization, jobs and internships, and career paths. Typically, these sessions run for 45–60 minutes and take place in the late afternoon or early evening.
  • Drew Externship Program. Host a Drew student for a day or part of a day to provide an introduction to your organization, industry, and career paths. Most visits take place during January, February, or March. The January (Jan. 2-19) and Spring (Mar. 5-9) breaks are especially popular. However, other mutually convenient times can be arranged after March. For more information: Employer FAQs.

Learn more about recruiting opportunities

For more information, contact Richard White at rwhite1@drew.edu or 973-408-3324.