About the Program
The Academic Internship program provides students with supervised work experience that enriches skills and theories learned in the classroom and demonstrates how they are applied in business, industry, community agencies, and government. This experience is also an important way to explore possible career choices while still in college.
Students are required to prepare a learning contract that details the goals and objectives of the project, explains how the project involves responsibility within the organization, and demonstrates clear relevance of the project to studies at Drew. Qualified students may also complete an internship project through the Federal Community Service Program. Students should consult the academic internship coordinator for more information about the program.
Visiting the Internship Home Page.
Director: Kim Crabbe
Assistant Director: Flore Dorcely-Mohr