You can become a part of the Drexel Publishing Group (DPG) in the following ways:
An intern for the DPG will begin to acquire experience in writing and publishing by participating in the tasks that go into the overall operation of the DPG: assisting in the content management of its several publications; reading, evaluating and editing submissions; aiding in planning and promoting public and school events; writing for DPG Online.
Co-op positions are available throughout the school year to those staff members who have been interns and who have acquired the necessary skills and maturity to handle a broad array of DPG responsibilities, which include, but are not limited to: acting as the managing editor for DPG Online, PBQ, and The 33rd; assisting in the planning and coordination of the Week of Writing and other events; writing and editing for DPG Online; and delegating responsibilities to junior staff.
The DPG offers independent study opportunities for academic credit to students interested in working for the DPG. Independent study allows students to take a narrower approach and allows for a more focused involvement in the DPG. For example, grant writing for PBQ and Maya could be an independent study.