Off-campus internships are offered by an employer not directly affiliated with Drew University. These internships can be registered to allow students to earn up to 4 credits, fulfill the off-campus experience requirement for classes of 2021 and 2022, and the immersive experience requirement for following classes.
Off-campus internships can be registered for 0-4 credit courses that meet the off-campus experience requirement for classes of 2021 and 2022, and the immersive experience requirement for following classes. To get started with registering your internship, please complete this form. Once you’ve done so, we’ll check over your plans and contact you with an invitation to the INTC-200 internship course Google Classroom where you’ll find all you need to progress through the course and earn your credits. After you successfully complete the forms found in Google Classroom, you will receive permission to register yourself for the appropriate INTC 200 section in Treehouse. You must register yourself for the class section in order to receive credit for your internship. Please note that due to the reflective nature of the internship course, retroactive credit is not allowed, meaning that you cannot register an internship after you have completed it.
The Launch Career Communities provide you with opportunities, mentors, and resources related to your career interests. From finding an awesome internship opportunity to hearing expert guidance on how to start your search, these online community spaces are curated by our team of Drew experts alongside alumnx and industry professionals.
Handshake is Drew’s job and internship opportunity portal. Updated daily with new internship and job postings, Handshake is a great way to not only find opportunities, but also to network with professionals and organizations in your career interest areas. Be sure to check out the ever-expanding resource library as well!
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To receive academic credit for an internship, students must complete all registration requirements by the deadlines listed below:
September 4, 2020
October 16, 2020
December 4, 2020
January 2, 2020
January 25, 2021
February 2, 2021
March 19, 2021
May 4, 2021
Drew students have completed internships at a variety of companies in the past. Need some inspiration or a place to get started? Check out a running list here.
Additional financial support may be available for Drew students participating in off-campus internships. Check out our Internships Awards page for more details.
Please note that priority internship registration concludes on May 27, 2021 for the Summer, 2021 term. This includes the Student Learning Contract, Job Supervisor Confirmation, and Faculty Evaluator Confirmation. Get started now by filling out our registration form.
Need some guidance on getting started or getting your internship registered? Reach out to our internship office to schedule an appointment.
Be sure to check in with our Launch Career Communities for weekly updates on featured internships and opportunities, alumni mentors, professional development events and more.