Announcements from the Wasserman Career Center

Attention: Class of 2016 & 2017

RESUME BOOK COLLECTION

December 1-December 17

Have your resume viewed by hundreds of employers hiring for full-time and internship opportunities. To participate, your resume must be reviewed and approved by the Wasserman Center (online or in-person) and you must complete the electronic submission through NYU CareerNet.

Resume Review & Approval: 

  • ONLINE Resume Review: Submit your resume for an online resume review through NYU CareerNet Job ID #1004809 (Class of 2016) or #1004807 (Class of 2017). Deadline: Dec 13th at 11:59PM EST
  • IN-PERSON Resume Review: Bring a printed copy of your resume to the Wasserman Center during walk-in hoursDeadline: Dec 17th at 3:00PM EST

What career type are you? Take the Universum Survey to find out 

There are seven distinct career types based on career preferences, goals and personality. Knowing yours is important. The Universum Student Survey takes your responses and provides you with an in-depth review of who you are as an applicant, suggesting employers and industries you may not otherwise have considered. Take the survey here for a free report!

Employer Site Visit featuring: Mindshare

Wednesday, December 2, 9:30 am-12:00 pm, Wasserman Center (133 East 13th St. 2nd Floor)

In this site visit, you will learn how media agencies, Mindshare in particular, function both internally and externally. There will be time for exploring different departments, and a questions/short discussion period. To RSVP, click here.

 

Nonprofits and Education: Meet Up with Great Oaks Charter School

Wednesday, December 2, 11-12:30pm | Academic Resource Center

Ask job search questions, explore potential opportunities, and learn more about your career options from Great Oaks Charter School. As always, coffee and tea is on us! RSVP

Non-Profit Boot Camp

Deadline to Apply: Monday, December 7th

Hear industry insights, trends and career development advice from professionals in the non-profit field at this full day conference. Apply here: Job ID#981213.

Study Away Internships Pre-Departure Workshop

Wednesday, December 2nd, 6-7pm, Wasserman Center (133 East 13th St. 2nd Floor)

Are you studying away during Spring 2016 and planning to participate in a part-time internship? Join us for this seminar on how to prepare for and navigate an international internship. RSVP.

What Recruiters Look for During a Phone Interview

Thursday, December 3, 6-7:00 pm, Wasserman Center (133 East 13th St. 2nd Floor)

In-house recruiters are the gatekeepers for their company. Come learn what they scrutinize during the initial contact with applicants. To RSVP, click here.

Study Away Internship and Experiential Learning Opportunities

Tuesday, December 8th, 12:30-1:30pm, Presentation Rm B

NYU’s study away sites offer a wide array of experiential learning opportunities including internships, part-time work, and community service. Join us for an overview of the processes and expectations of locally engaging at each of our sites to help you better navigate your study away experience in the future. RSVP.

Power Networking/Power Pitching: The Dynamic Duo

Wednesday, December 16, 6-7:30 pm, Wasserman Center (133 East 13th St. 2nd Floor)

Join Television/Digital Packaging Agent and Certified Life/Career Coach Jim Arnoff in a highly interactive workshop that will give you the insider’s secrets to networking and pitching with results. To RSVP, click here.

For a full list of NYU Wasserman events, please log in to your NYU CareerNet account here.

New Fellowship Opportunities in CareerNet

Fellowships provide a fantastic opportunity to gain funding for experiential learning or professional training and development.  The NYU Wasserman Center is constantly posting new fellowship opportunities for which students can apply. In December, deadlines are coming up for the Boren Fellowship, Polonsky Foundation–NYU Digital Humanities Fellowship, Catholic Relief Services International Development Fellowship, and many more.  Find opportunities today in CareerNet!

Upcoming Graduate Seminars and Webinars

For the month of December, the Graduate Student Career Development Team is offering an array of in-person and virtual events.  Join us for Marketing Your Master’s Degree, Networking 101 for Grad Students, and Strategic Offer Management and Salary Negotiation, among others. To RSVP to these events and others, head to CareerNet.

New Graduate Student Resources in CareerNet

The Graduate Student Team has added four new resources to CareerNet.  Go to CareerNet>Resources>Career Resources to view the new handouts: Resume Guidelines for Graduate Students, CV Guidelines for Graduate Students, Cover Letter Guidelines for Graduate Students, and Networking Tips for Graduate Students.

To learn more about graduate student services, events, and resources, visit CareerNet or The Wasserman Center’s graduate student webpage. Receive our weekly eNews by signing up in CareerNet at Home>Profile>Privacy.  To RSVP for Wasserman Career Development events, log into CareerNet, and click through Home>Events>Seminars to locate a list of upcoming programs and register.

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