Internship awards are a form of financial assistance provided by Drew University endowed funds with the goal of supporting students as they complete their internship experience. These awards vary in size and may be used to support a variety of expenses that students incur while participating in an internship. Some examples include transportation, meals, materials, and other expenses. For specific restrictions or opportunities, be sure to look through our awards summary page, linked to at the bottom of this screen.
Most of awards require that recipients earn credit for the internship experience. Certain funds are available only for unpaid internships; check the description of each fund. If you are getting paid through the Federal Community Service Program for your internship, you are not eligible to receive an internship award. Be sure to also consider the following:
Learn about the different types of internship awards and other supporting resources available, as well as any restrictions that might be in place.
Get started with your application to one of our internship awards here. Keep in mind that awards are offered on a rolling basis, so be sure to apply early!
Internship award applications are now open for the Summer, 2021 term. Applications close on May 27, 2021
Looking for guidance on how to apply for an award or which award to apply to? Check in with one of our Launch Catalysts for more information.