Rewards & Levels of Participation

Participants can earn up to $500 each year, with an additional $500 graduation bonus when you participate all four years at the Red level. 

Complete Before Graduation

GRAY $250

RED $500

Extended Service Project (Alternative Spring Break, Heifer International Trip, Summit Park, Year-long commitment to one organization, Study Abroad Service)

All Leadership Drury Core Credit Classes (PDEV 281; PDEV 282; PDEV 283; PDEV 284)

CAMPUS
Convocation
5 per year

Service
20 hours per year

Drury Arts (Music, Theater, Art)
3 Music
2 Theater
2 Art

Drury Athletics
3 from one sport
1 from any other sport

Activities
20 for the year, no more than 6 from one area (SUB, RLA, SGA, Greek Philanthropy, Earth Day, etc.)

CAMPUS
Convocation
8 per year

Service
30 hours per year

Drury Arts (Music, Theater, Art)
3 Music
2 Theater
2 Art

Drury Athletics
5 from one sport
1 from any other sport

Activities
30 for the year, no more than 10 from one area (SUB, RLA, SGA, Greek Philanthropy, Earth Day, etc.)

 

CULTURE
Select 4 cultural events to attend per year

CULTURE
Select 6 cultural events to attend per year

COMMUNITY
Selected Events in the Springfield Community
6 for the year

COMMUNITY
Selected Events in the Springfield Community
10 for the year

  • Register on Career Planning & Development's online jobs/ internships database
  • Manage online reputation (create professional LinkedIn profile; complete Digital Dirt Self-Audit form; and like/follow Career Planning & Development if on Facebook/Twitter)

Meet one-on-one with a career advisor in Career Planning & Development (Example: cover letter & resume review; mock interview with completion of evaluation form, etc.)

CAREER
Professional Development
Attend 3 workshops/seminars sponsored by Career Planning & Development (i.e., Career Awareness Week, Etiquette Dinner, National Student Employment Week)

Professional Networking
Attend a career fair

Attend a Drury-to-Drury event

Professional Experience
Conduct an informational interview, preferably with a Drury alumnus

or

Participate in a job shadowing experience (suggested for freshmen/sophomores)

or

Participate in an internship (suggested for juniors/seniors)

CAREER
Professional Development
Attend 5 workshops/seminars sponsored by Career Planning & Development (i.e., Career Awareness Week, Etiquette Dinner, National Student Employment Week)

Professional Networking
Attend a career fair

Attend a Drury-to-Drury event

Attend 1 professional association meeting

Visit a Drury alumnus in their place of business

Professional Experience
Conduct an informational interview, preferably with a Drury alumnus

or

Participate in a job shadowing experience (suggested for freshmen/sophomores)

or

Participate in an internship (suggested for juniors/seniors)

Activities:  Intramural seasons, Greek Recruitment, Selected Events Sponsored by Student Organizations,Wellness, Club Sports, etc.

Arts:  DU Music Concerts, DU Theater Productions,  Art Openings/Gallery Displays

Athletic Events:  Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Swimming, Baseball, Softball, etc.

Community:  Art Walk, Cider Days, 5 K, First Friday Art Walk, Skinny Improv, etc. (There ar lots of options here)

Culture: International Food Fest, Japanese Fall Fest / Cherry Blossom Fest, MLK Day March / Parade, Native American Pow-wow, Unite Multicultural Festival (MLK Day), etc.