Learn it. Use it.

 

Learn it. Use it.

One real world experience on your resume is good, but why not go from good to WOW? We guarantee two out-of-the-classroom experiences—internships, research, city programs, global classes, civic leadership and more. In 2018, our unique RISE program, through which undergraduates work one-on-one in the lab with professional scientists, and our six New York City semesters were praised by the Council of Independent Colleges.

I studied peacemaking and peacebuilding with Professor Carols Yordan, signed up for the United Nations Semester, did an internship with Peace Boat US and presented research at the American Political Science Association's annual meeting. This led to a master's at George Washington University in international affairs. ”
—Jasmine Noel '15
Administrator, Fonkoze USA

You work with star researchers like Drew Fellow and 2015 Nobel Prize Winner William Campbell who have as many as 200 patents to their credit. Student research is often published in peer-reviewed journals, and our grads regularly continue on to prestigious programs and good jobs. There is no other program like it.

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Drew’s career counselors were not only interested in finding me a job in my field, but also one that would fit my personality and set me on my way to achieving my long-term goals. Through the Career Center, I also met Drew alumni that led to several job interviews. ”
—Taylor Fichtman ’13
Investor Relations, Apollo Global Management

I was at Fenway Park (as an intern) for every home game and season-ticket-holder event, so I was able to gain an incredible amount of hands-on marketing experience. ”
—Taryn Murphy '16
Marketing Coordinator, New England Patriots

This four-year program increases your civic and leadership skills while giving you significant real-world experience. Drew Civic Scholars complete 100 hours or more of service annually and participate in special classes, workshops and off-campus service projects. Residential Civic Scholars live together in a living-learning community for their first year. You also receive an annual merit scholarship, in addition to other possible merit- and need-based aid.

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The Theatre Department at Drew has fantastic professors. Thanks to Professor Ceraso, I was able to do an equity workshop at the Manhattan Theatre Club working with professional actors on a new musical. My internship at the Pearl Theatre Company was also the result of his unending dedication to bringing the best possible opportunities to his students. ”
—Sean Potter ’16
Actor, Provincetown Theater

Our region has one of the largest concentrations of corporate headquarters in the nation, with companies such as

AT&T
Bed, Bath and Beyond
Warner Music
Estee Lauder
Goldman Sachs
Ralph Lauren
Pfizer
American Express
Citigroup
Tiffany & Co.
Major League Baseball
Coach
Marvel Entertainment
Colgate-Palmolive
Condé Nast

Drew University is simultaneously the broadest and most intimate place in the world. The exposure to New York City through the range of programming on campus to the first-year seminar to an inclusive first-year residence hall experience is unmatched anywhere else. My best advice to any first-year student is to take every opportunity you can! ”
—Jared Sutton ’18
Legislative Aide, New Jersey State Senate
Thanks to Drew, I graduated with a broad depth of knowledge and wide array of skills. My political science coursework sufficiently prepared me for advanced courses in my Master's program at Georgetown University. I found that my Drew experiences - such as the United Nations semester, study abroad program in China and Civic Scholar volunteer work - paved the road for my success. ”
—Allison Rastelli '16
Consultant, Deloitte