Spring 2016 Job & Internship Fair
Thursday, January 28, 2016 11am – 3pm, NYU Kimmel Center
Meet employers hiring for summer internships and full-time positions in various industries! Pre-registration will begin the week of January 19th. More information and dates coming soon.
Engineering & Technology Spring Fair – TWO DAYS!
Thursday, February 4 and Friday, February 5, 2016 11am – 3pm, NYU Brooklyn Campus, Jacobs Gymnasium
Explore full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities in fields like engineering, computer hardware/software, technology, science, management, digital media, etc. Career fair details and pre-registration information coming soon.
Non-Profit Boot Camp
January 29, 2016 9:00-4:30 pm, Wasserman Center
Deadline to Apply: Monday, January 11 This full-day conference is open to undergraduate and graduate students from all majors to learn industry insights, trends and career development advice from professionals in the non-profit field along with networking opportunities. The keynote speaker is Veronika Scott of The Empowerment Plan. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Click here to apply.
Managing your Quarter-Life Crisis
January 12, 6:00-7:00 PM, Wasserman Center, Presentation Room B
Join Pamela Weinberg and recent graduates /young alumni in learning how to rebound from the quarter-life crises, and how to take steps to recover and thrive in the next professional phase. The workshop covers: re-discovering passions, interests and strengths, assessing skills and gaps, and building confidence, as well as tips on searching for your next career and a job market overview for millennials. To register for the event, click here.
NYU CareerNet has a new look! Tell us what you think!
We recently moved to the new student interface for NYUCareerNet, powered by Symplicity, and we’d like your feedback on the new look. As an incentive, students who complete the survey will be entered to win one of 15 $25 Amazon gift cards! Complete the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/sympUI
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!
For a full list of NYU Wasserman events, please log in to your NYU CareerNet account here.