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Liberal Studies 

Career Development Resources

Fall 2017
This page is dedicated to offering Liberal Studies students a one-stop platform to see events offered by Wasserman Center for Career Development, along with leads to other internships, volunteering, and career opportunities.  For more information, please contact Joanna Chin in Academic Advising.

 

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Events ● InternshipsJobs ● Grants & Fellowships ● Volunteering

Other Career Opportunities

 

Click here to learn more about Wasserman Center for Career Development

EVENTS

Fall 2017 STEM Fair

September 15, 2017 11am-4pm | New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge

11am-1pm: Undergraduates ONLY | 1pm-4pm: All Students

MeExplore full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities in fields including engineering, computer hardware/software, technology, science, management, digital media, etc. Check out full career fair details and pre-registration locations and times (undergraduates only) here.

Acing the Interview

September 19, 12:30-1:30pm I Wasserman Presentation Room A (133 East 13th St 2nd Flr)

Knowing what to expect can put your interviewing anxiety at ease. Learn how to prepare for internship and full-time job interviews. Strategize appropriate responses to the toughest questions, such as strengths, weaknesses, "Tell me about yourself," and salary responses. Identify resources necessary to familiarize yourself with both the company and industry. RSVP here.

PwC presents 'Case Interview Preparation & Execution' (Juniors and Seniors)

September 21, 2:00pm - 5:00pm, Brooklyn Wunsch Building (2nd Floor)

Are you interested in learning more about the case interview process? Join us as we welcome PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for an informational workshop exploring how to best present your resume for an opportunity in consulting, a seminar on Case Interview 101 and a mock case interview exercise with PwC team members. Please note that this event is currently open ONLY to undergraduate Tandon School of Engineering students graduating in either 2018 or 2019. You must RSVP to this event via NYU CareerNet; spaces will fill quickly, so RSVP today.

2017 Fall Hospitality and Tourism Career Fair

September 25, 3:00-6:00pm  

This industry career fair hosts NYU students seeking part-time and full-time opportunities as well as internships both domestic and international. Employers are invited to this fair to recruit candidates in various functional areas within hospitality and tourism including: operations, finance, development, marketing, and much more. Learn more here.

Confidence + Skill: Google's Guide to Building a

Successful Career in Tech!

September 26, 6:30-8:00pm I Brooklyn Pfizer Auditorium (Dibner Library Building, 5 MetroTech)

Interested in learning more about Google’s tips and tricks for building a successful technical career? Join us for resume advice and an interactive mock interview exercise. We will also provide insight into building confidence and overcoming imposter syndrome. Pizza will be served!
Make sure to RSVP at goo.gl/SNdKgb as well, if you're interested in Google Careers!

 Marketing Your LS Degree

      October 3, 5:00-6:30pm | 726 Broadway, 6th floor (Conference Room B)

Learn how to be competitive in the job market by taking stock of your skills and dispelling myths about your Liberal Studies education and career choices. Get tips on how to effectively market your unique skills and experiences on your resume, cover letter, in an interview, and while networking. Please RSVP here. 

Webinar: Career Conversations: Diversity & Inclusion

October 4, 12:00-1:00pm I Virtual Event

Join our industry career conversation series to hear from industry professionals how they broke into and have carved a successful career in their respective industry. This interactive virtual event will include a moderated chat followed by an audience question and answer session.
1. Click on: http://sps.adobeconnect.com/rok363ovx1oh/
2. Select "Enter as a Guest".
3. In the box, type your first name and your Net ID in the guest section.

Applying to Doctoral Programs 

October 13, 5:30-7:00pm I Wasserman Presentation Room B (133 East 13th St 2nd Flr)

Hear about the process of pursuing a doctoral program. Learn tips to help navigate and target programs that fit your academic and professional goals best. RSVP here.

Business Boot Camp for Non-Business Majors

Friday, October 20, 2017, 9:00am - 4:00pm
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Thursday, October 5, 2017, 11:59pm

If you are NOT studying business but are considering entering the business world, this event is for you! Open to ALL undergraduate non-business students. Students in CAS, Gallatin, Liberal Studies, and Global Liberal Studies students are strongly encouraged to apply. Freshmen and sophomores also strongly encouraged.

The NYU Wasserman Center has teamed up with Morgan Stanley to host the "Business Boot Camp" to educate non-business students about careers in business. The goal is to provide these students with knowledge of industry terminology, an understanding of transferable liberal arts skills, insight into corporate culture, and a basic understanding of various career tracks in business.

The day will consist of presentations on the above topics and will include introductions to a number of fields, such as Consulting, Finance & Investment Banking, Digital Media & Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Start-ups, and more! Hear from a panel of recent alumni about their transition into the "real world" and connect with other employers during a networking hour. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

**Space is limited. Apply via NYU CareerNet, Job ID: 1078498 by Thursday, October 5, 2017**

Questions? Email career.bootcamp@nyu.edu

GLS Resume Workshop

October 27, 12:00-1:30 pm | Location TBA

Learn how to showcase your Liberal Studies and global competencies on your resume in this workshop specifically tailored for GLS students. Light snacks will be served. Please RSVP here.

Exploring a Legal Career

October 23, 5:30-7:00pm I Wasserman Presentation Room A (133 East 13th St 2nd Flr)

Open to ALL Majors!
Gain insight about legal career paths as attorneys and judges from various areas of law share their stories and experiences. Whether you're sure a career in law is for you, or just curious about the field, join us for round-table conversations and networking!

Co-sponsored by CAS PreProfessional Advising, The Wasserman Center for Career Development, The Stern Business & Law Association and NYU Opportunities Program (OP).
RSVP here! 

Fall 2017 Global Public Health Career Fair

November 3, 3:00-5:00pm I Wasserman Center (133 E. 13th St, 2nd flr)    

 Engage with players in the field. Explore new networks. Meet with representatives from leading global and domestic public health organizations about internship(s)/practicum(s) and employment opportunities. RSVP here. 

Organizations that are attending include:
Amida Care
Amigos de las Americas
Cerebral Palsy Association of New York State
Catholic Medical Mission Board
Cognuse Inc.
Columbia/New York-Presbyterian
Community Service Society of New York
Community Systems Foundation
Concern Worldwide US
Council for State and Territorial Epidemiologists
FEMA Region II
GBCHealth
Global Foundation for Democracy and Development
GMHC
Gouverneur Health
Grey Healthcare Group
Hall & Partners
HealthRight International
IDinsight
Koppert Cress
Magnolia Innovation
Masakhane Center
New York City Dept of Health and Mental Hygiene
New York State Dept of Civil Service
NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation
NYC Pain Specialists
NYU Center for Health Identity Behavior and Prevention Studies
NYU Center for Study of Asian American Health
NYU Langone Medical Center
Parkinson's Disease Foundation
Peace Corps
Quality Services for the Autism Community
Signal Health
Small World Initiative
United Cerebral Palsy of New York City
United States Army
Yale University/Yale New Haven Hospital Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation    

Telling Your Global Story (Global Career Week) 

November 7, 1:00-2:00pm I Virtual Event

This webinar is a part of NYU Global Career Week

Do you have international experience from studying away or living abroad? Come learn how to show employers you have a global advantage. Broadcast live from NY.

This virtual webinar can be viewed with the following link: http://nyuwasserman.adobeconnect.com/globalstory117/  

Virtual Interviewing (Global Career Week) 

November 7, 4:00-5:00pm I Virtual Event  

      This webinar is a part of NYU Global Career Week

Do you have an upcoming Skype or virtual interview? Come learn how to succeed in an interview that is hosted online.
This virtual webinar can be viewed with the following link:
http://nyuwasserman.adobeconnect.com/vi11717/   

LS/GLS Resume-Building Drop-ins

November 8, 12:00-1:30pm | 726 Broadway, 6th floor (Conference Room B)

Stop by this drop-in session to get your resume reviewed by Wasserman Career Coaches and Career Ambassadors! Get quick tips on how to perfect your resume, and learn more about additional Wasserman career services for students. Sweet treats will be provided! For more information about this event, click here.

Networking 101 (Global Career Week) 

November 8, 8:00-9:00am I Virtual Event         

This webinar is a part of NYU Global Career Week. This interactive seminar is designed to equip you with techniques on how to effectively network so you can feel better prepared to showcase your most valuable asset — YOU! Broadcast live from London and virtually.

This webinar can be viewed with the following link: http://nyuwasserman.adobeconnect.com/londonnetworking101/     

Selling Your International Experience Panel (Global Career Week) 

November 8, 12:00-1:00pm I Wasserman Presentation Room B (133 East 13th St 2nd Flr)                                                                                                                                     

Are you an international student studying in the United States? Are you a domestic student who has studied abroad, or has plans to study abroad? Have you ever lived or worked in a country other than the country in which you were born? Join us to learn how to sell these experiences to employers and how to make your multinational experiences work for you in the job market.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided!
RSVP here. 

Full Force Public Relations Wasserman Meet-Up

November 8, 3:00-4:30pm I NYU Academic Resource Center (ARC), 18 Washington Place

The NYU Wasserman Center is having guests from Full Force Public Relations come to you! Full Force is a New York-based fashion centric PR and creative firm that combines the detailed services of an in-house team while offering the wide-range of services and unique offerings of a boutique firm. Wasserman will be hosting an informal “Meet Up” at the Academic Resource Center at 18 Washington Place. This is a great chance to chat with an Employer in a more relaxed setting. Ask job search questions, explore potential opportunities, and learn more about your career options at this unique professional development event. Wasserman Meet-Ups will take place throughout the fall semester.

Please note that students do not need to be present for the entire duration of the event. Stop by at your convenience!
 RSVP here.

Workplace Cultures (Global Career Week)

November 9, 1:00-2:00pm I Virtual Event

This webinar is a part of NYU Global Career Week 

This seminar will address how workplace cultures may vary across different countries. Some topics will include cultural considerations, communication styles, conflict management, and business etiquette.

This virtual webinar can be viewed with the following link: http://nyuwasserman.adobeconnect.com/workplacecultures119/

Global Career Paths for LS Students

November 15, 5:00pm-6:00pm | 726 Broadway, 6th Floor (Conference Room B)

Come to this seminar to learn about different international career paths possible with a degree from Liberal Studies. Hear from the Wasserman Center about specific job opportunities in international affairs and abroad, as well as the skills necessary to land these positions. Learn about the Global Liberal Studies program and other major options that can prepare you for an international career! This session is especially designed for sophomores and first-year students in the LS Core Program who are interested in a global career path. Please RSVP here.

Fall 2017 Global Virtual Career Fair: Internship & Job Opportunities in the US and Abroad

November 15 I Virtual Fair

Learn more about career opportunities around the world and maximize your global and intercultural experiences! More details to come here.

Webinar: Salary Negotiation (hosted by SPS)

November 15, 12:00-1:00pm I Virtual Event

Attend this webinar to understand how to address tough salary questions during an interview, learn strategies to approach a salary negotiation, and manage all potential negotiating factors.
1. Click on: http://sps.adobeconnect.com/rburfchdafs0/
2. Select "Enter as a Guest".
3. In the box, type your first name and your Net ID in the guest section.

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INTERNSHIPS

Internships are posted with the most recent at the top. If you are interested in receiving academic credit for an internship, view Get Credit for Your Internship.  Guidelines and resources for international students found here

Check out LS Internship Resources here!

Internships Open to All ● Internships for Upperclass Level Students

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Internships Open to All Students

Film Intern

Deadline to Apply: Sept. 22th

The Negotiation Institute is looking for a film intern to help us create highlight videos from our raw footage, primarily from our Women In Negotiation Conference. Students will have the opportunity to utilize the footage in their portfolios as well as access to future events for filming and interviewing opportunities.

Roles and Responsibilities:

- Edit Video Footage

- Create Sponsor Sizzle Reels

- Create Small Soundbites of Content for Promotional Materials

Hours are flexible with option to work from home or office.

Compensation will be based upon experience, with potential bonus for exceptional performance.

Learn more and apply by logging into NYU CareerNet here 

Film Internship

Deadline to Apply: Sept. 30th

Alex Tartiglia Productions is seeking a student interested in screenwriting, producing, or directing.

Responsibilities include:

*Assisting in preparing correspondence and proposals for studio heads, top producers, top directors, and A-list talent.

*Typing of screenplays, knowledge of final draft software and MACbook system.

*Some discussion of characters, storyline, structure and genre.

*Constructive analysis of student's work.

*Screening of films.

*Also organizing files and paperwork.

A non-disclosure agreement is required.

*If you are not able to get credit approval, a stipend will be offered.

Learn more and apply by logging into NYU CareerNet here 

Intern-Corporate Finance-Core-Restructuring

Campus Interview on Oct. 12th - Sign up now!

In addition to applying on the career center website, please apply through our FTI portal here: https://fticonsult.taleo.net/careersection/1.3noamcampusconfidential/jobdetail.ftl?job=170Q8&lang=en&sns_id=mailto#.WZcvNicN6kM.mailto

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY:

FTI Consulting’s Core Restructuring group presents a fast-moving, challenging client service opportunity offering tremendous potential for growth in a demanding and collegial environment. Our group advises clients on a full spectrum of financial and transactional challenges faced by companies, boards, private equity sponsors, creditor constituencies, and other stakeholders within all industries and markets across the globe. As a Intern, you will become a member of a project team affording you the opportunity to work closely with other FTI professionals to meet our clients’ needs. You will be given a Coach and Connections Coordinator to support and empower you to thrive in your summer role at FTI.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF OUR INTERNS:

Engage in daily interaction with team members, including professionals from other firms and client personnel

Apply business, accounting, finance, and analytical skills to various client situations and practice disciplines such as financial modeling, ratio and comparable company analysis, financial statement analysis, and creating a work product that is flexible, understandable, and usable by others

Assist with business development by performing research on targeted situations and economic trends

Participate in client meetings to review results of work performed, deal strategy, deal status, and next steps

Assist with preparation of reports, written analyses, presentations, quantitative exhibits, and other client deliverables regarding project scope and/or results of work performed

Prepare complex cash flow projections and worksheets to model business processes and/or actual or hypothetical transactions

Learn more and apply by logging into NYU CareerNet here 

Public Relations Fall 2017 Internship

Deadline to Apply: Nov. 30th

A boutique hospitality, travel, culinary and luxury lifestyle PR agency is seeking a public relations intern for fall 2017. All candidates must have an understanding of the hospitality industry. Strong written and verbal communication skills are required for this position.
Primary responsibilities will include: 
• Compiling and maintaining media lists
• Editorial calendar coordination
• Press clipping
• Creating updates for clients
• Weekly and monthly press coverage reports
• Meeting recaps
• Assisting with mailings
• Writing press materials (press releases, fact sheets, bios, etc.)
• Basic outreach to the media
• Assisting with client events

In addition, interns should also be prepared to provide administrative support to the JAC team. This is a great opportunity to learn about the public relations industry and gain hands-on experience working with the media and clients.
Qualifications:
• Must be personable, detail-oriented and highly enthusiastic
• Must have an Apple laptop
• Microsoft Office savvy and familiar with Adobe
• Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal and organizational skills

Please email resume and cover letter to Jessica@ja-pr.com or erin@ja-pr.com 
Learn more and apply by logging into
NYU CareerNet here 

Fall Intern - Fashion-Tech Space

Deadline to apply: Oct. 1st

Hawthorne is seeking fall interns interested in the intersection between fashion & tech. Hawthorne is a personalized fragrance brand which launched in GQ & Vanity Fair. We deliver tailored fragrances made by Tom Ford and Christian Dior perfumers.
Interns will be going through Techstars NYC with us (ClassPass, Plated, Digital Ocean), so it will be an exciting time. Interns will be working directly with the cofounders, who are fashion entrepreneurs who have worked with Drake, Hood By Air, and The Chainsmokers.
Interns will be compensated and will begin at the end of August / beginning of September. Interns will serve in various roles across product, creative, marketing, and operations.
Any interested individuals can send a resume to: internship@hawthorneformen.com
www.gq.com/story/hawthorne-for-men-cologne
www.vanityfair.com/style/2017/01/hawthorne-for-men
Qualification
Full time students at NYU students with strong abilities and interests in areas such as creative, analytical, communication.

Learn more and apply by logging into NYU CareerNet here.

Web Developer, Graphic Design, and Visual Artist Internships 

Deadline to Apply: Oct. 29th

LULAC (The League of United Latin American Citizen) LULAC is the largest and oldest Hispanic Organization in the United States. Our Local Council serves Latino Community in Queens and New York City.

We Request 3 interns for the following Departments:

1. WEB DEVELOPER

Who You Are:

Are you good with website development? Do you love graphic design, layout, and website startup? A student who’s new to the industry and want to get hands on experience? We want to hear from you! We’re looking for a fun, diligent, art obsessed, and creative intern to join our team to develop and learn with us our upcoming projects.

2. GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Who You Are:

We are looking for a detail-oriented person who has an eye for design to help us create and execute on external-facing marketing materials. This is a great opportunity for someone who is happy to learn on the job and push their design and leading skills to a new level, all while having a significant impact on a

fast growing arts organization. You have a passion for all things design. You’re constantly looking at other’s designs in order to push yourself to create the best work you can. Come and join our creative team that is every day eager to express themselves.

3. VISUAL ARTIST ASSISTANT

Who You Are:

We are looking for a person with preferably an art background that would gain from the experience of working for an art gallery or an art studio. We believe this internship can help someone as a stepping stone to other art related work or as a way of helping an artist with their career by understanding the workings of a studio, a gallery, and a arts organization.

Interns will gain experience in all aspects of ArteLatAm. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in a career in the art world. It is very important that you can follow instructions well, stay focus, execute fast and can ask questions when not sure of something.

Learn more and apply by logging into NYU CareerNet here.

U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program

Deadline to Apply: October 5th

We are now accepting applications for the U.S. Department of State Summer 2018 Student Internship Program (unpaid).

Please visit the Intern page of our Careers site for more information about the U.S. Department of State Summer 2018 Student Internship Program (unpaid), and to start the online application process via USAJOBS. Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is October 5, 2017.

We suggest that you submit your application as early as possible to insure that all documents have been uploaded properly and to account for any technical glitches that may occur.

U.S. citizenship is required. If you have any questions or would like to search for topics of interest, please visit our forums or FAQs at careers.state.gov

Learn more and apply by logging into NYU CareerNet here

Museum Studies/Registrar Intern

Deadline to Apply: April 18, 2020

Contemporary artist team in Chelsea has several openings for creative and energetic student interns to gain experience while receiving training in curatorial responsibilities. Work with artists to catalog, label, document artworks and put together selections for exhibitions.
The internship program provides students with practical experience in a professional art studio, giving students the opportunity to learn several different skills and gain resume experience. *Academic credit through your school is encouraged as this is a non-paying position.
Please e-mail your resume and a cover letter with the following information:
-Area of interest and background in that interest
-Dates and hours available
-If you will be receiving academic credit
Please visit our website
www.stevenandwilliam.com for more on the artists.
Qualification
Passion and dedication to the arts, ability to commit and be punctual and desire to learn all that is offered. Experience with Adobe Suite, InDesign and Microsoft Excel preferred.

Learn more by logging into NYU CareerNet here 

Legal and Political Research Internships

Deadline to Apply: November 1st

College and graduate students, and others who are excited about the position are welcome to apply - especially if you have or are developing a background in: political science, law, government, journalism, sociology, communications, graphic design, web development, and/or arts (any and all; creation and criticism).

We are looking for individuals who can contribute to and learn from our work in a variety of areas:

Legal and Political Research, Writing and Story-Telling, and Data Collection and Analysis: for the NY State constitution project: Help us tell stories about how the constitution has changed over time (in a variety of media); write about the role of state constitutions as guiding legal documents within the United States’ governing system, and about the multiplicity of issues addressed in the NYS constitution; research court decisions on state constitutional provisions, to assess efficacy of those provisions; collect data about votes on NYS constitutional amendments and the voting population for the NY City voter guide: help us give voters in New York City comprehensive yet digestible information about who is running for office, and other ballot choices; research candidates for office, elections and campaign finance information, and the NYC advocacy community; write about the key issues facing voters on the city level, and about why NYC elections and public offices are set up as they are;

Social Media, SEO, and Marketing – help us get the word out!

Web Development - help us build the technology!

Graphic Design - help us make it cute!

Please send a cover letter indicating:

  • why you’re interested in Civic Justice
  • what project(s) and/or task(s) you’d like to work on
  • the number of hours you’d be able to contribute per week
  • information about your school’s internship requirements, if you’d like to receive academic credit; and
  • your resume

Editorial Intern for Milk.XYZ

Deadline to Apply: December 31st

As an Editorial Intern for Milk Agency and MILK.XYZ, you will serve as a writer for Milk’s online editorial platform, MILK.XYZ. You will be responsible for researching and pitching original stories surrounding pop culture as well as the Milk community. You will also collaborate with various other divisions of the Milk Group as well as our clients and partners, to pitch and write featured articles for Milk.XYZ.
RESPONSIBILITIES
• Research and pitch story ideas related to fashion, music, art, and other pop culture topics
• Attend events, view films, visit exhibitions, conduct interviews, and more in order to write well-informed pieces
• Draft original articles to be posted
• Preparing content for publication by copyediting, fact-checking
DESIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
• College or graduate student in Journalism, Creative Writing, English, or related field and demonstrated interest in fashion, photography, technology, music, art, film, journalism, and other forms of culture
• Fierce possession of proper grammar, internet lingo, and verbal finesse is a must
• Ability to handle multiple tasks and projects in a dynamic, fast-paced environment
• Capacity to quickly develop story ideas to write about, and pay close attention to detail
*Must be located in the New York area and commit to a minimum of two consecutive days a week*
COMPENSATION
• $10 daily lunch stipend
• School credit, if needed

To learn more and apply, log into NYU CareerNet here 

Getaway2Give Internship

Getaway2Give is currently looking for a fall intern. It’s an innovative company with a disruptive business model that is designed to raise $1 billion for charity every decade. This company’s platform is quickly becoming gold standard fundraising tool for charities. Their customers not only experience the best vacation experiences of their life, but also get to share in their company's bold mission of transforming the world through the power of giving.

Responsibilities:  

  • Assist VP of Charity Fundraising on day to day operations.  
  • Identify new benefit auctioneer partners to collaborate with G2G on fundraising projects.
  • Identify new Charity Partners
  • Assist in Salesforce.com cultivation and maintenance
  • Attend charity events
  • Active participation in weekly team meetings and training sessions

If interested in learning more, folks can email directly at John.F.Zelenka@gmail.com with subject “G2G Internship”

Real Estate Project Assistant/Intern

Deadline to Apply: November 1st

Keller Williams Real Estate, the world’s largest real estate firm is launching a major office in Tribeca. The Comandini Team at Keller Williams Tribeca is seeking a qualified intern to help us engage and grow our client base through various essential tasks including advertising, data aggregation, email marketing, as well as system design and maintenance.

We are open to candidates from various degree programs with an interest in New York City real estate. Knowledge of the city’s neighborhoods is a plus. The ideal candidate is a self-directed individual who isn't afraid to take on big projects. We are looking for someone diligent, results-oriented, and thoughtful when approaching new tasks.

As an intern, you can earn college credit and valuable experience while working directly with our team on real projects that will help us grow in the competitive environment of New York City real estate.

The internship would be 8-15 hours a week.

Please note that this is NOT a summer internship. We are looking for candidates who live within a 30 minute radius from our office and who are currently available with availability between the hours of 9:00AM - 5:00PM Monday - Friday.

To learn more and apply, log into NYU CareerNet and search for Job ID 1050943

Internships for Upperclass Level Students 

Production Intern

Deadline to Apply: September 20

Bader Media is currently seeking production interns. Responsibilities include general office duties, administrative projects, logging broadcast news segments, working with the news producers, editors and the publicists on daily news, sports, lifestyle, technology and business stories.
Responsibilities:
- Office administrative tasks
- Screen, review and evaluate daily broadcast and cable news programs
- Research broadcast, cable and online program listings
- Examine and help develop online and social media outreach
- Expansive research to update and augment our media database
- Intensive research to track media coverage
- Screen and log TV news footage
- Assist producers with story logistics
- Assist producers in the field during shoots and events
- working in a busy news room atmosphere to distribute same day news
- composition of press releases, media alerts, and news-desk pitches tailored to national, local, and online news producers / editors / reporters in all genres of news
- script writing, interview skills
- the balance of creating a marketing message with news content
- examine and help develop online and social media outreach
- expansive research to update and augment our media database
- intensive research to track media coverage
- interaction with news reporters, editors
- screening, logging TV broadcasts and web media
- creation of presentation reels to corporate clients

Bader Media offers a unique, exciting educational opportunity to work in the television and online news. If an internship with Bader Media interests you please send a copy of your resume and cover letter to hr@badertv.com

To learn more, log into NYU CareerNet here 

BBC Culture Intern

Deadline to Apply: September 30th

The intern will help produce, film and edit stories for BBC Culture, produce and film Facebook live segments and help with promotion in social media.

Candidates with a strong interest in digital storytelling, sound journalistic judgement and film/edit skills are highly appreciated.

Send a copy of your cover letter and resume to BBCWA.InternRequests@bbc.com, subject line “BBC Fall 2017 Internship, (Name of Internship Position).” In your cover letter, please specify which department(s) you are applying for, verify if you are eligible for college/academic credit and advise the days you are available to work.

PLEASE NOTE: Students must be able to receive academic credit for the unpaid internships. For Fall internships, we request three full days of availability.

BBC Worldwide Americas offers NYC students a monthly TransitChek card of $121 to assist with travel costs.

Learn more by logging into NYU CareerNet here 

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Get Credit for Your Internship! 

If you are a sophomore in good academic standing at Liberal Studies, you can register to receive academic credit for your internship! You can receive up to 2 credits for an internship during academic semesters or 1-2 credits for a summer internship.

Here are the simple steps to receive academic credit for your internship:

  1.  Find an internship. Wasserman and CareerNet are great resources to take advantage of during this process.
  2.  Review the guidelines on the LS website
  3.  Complete the Internship Proposal Form, Insurance Form, and the Internship Agreement for paid or unpaid internship (with your employer) and submit it to the LS internship coordinator Joanna Chin
  4. Once approved, you will be manually enrolled in the 2-credit Fieldwork Course (FWS-UF 201)

The initial deadline to turn in internship forms is the Friday of the first week of the academic term. If you want to receive credit for a summer internship, you must also arrange for a faculty member to supervise you during the summer session.

Get more information on internships at LS here! Also check out the LS Internship Program Guide for Fall 2017 and further questions can be directed to your faculty instructor when enrolled and the LS internship advisor.

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JOBS

Jobs are posted with the most recent at the top. Learn more about how to prepare for the job search here! Guidelines and resources for international students found here.

Review Wasserman’s notice about fraudulent job postings here.

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Looking to find temporary positions or contract work at NYU? Looking for a summer internship outside of NYC? NYU has partnered with WayUp to provide additional employment opportunities and flexible positions. Sign up today and create your WayUp account here.

Jobs Open to All ● Work Study ● Preprofessional Track

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Jobs Open to All Students

Writer's Assistant

Deadline to Apply: Dec. 31st

Part-Time Writers Assistant needed.

Looking for a part-time paid assistant for iconic film director based in NYC.

Please send resume, cover letter and writing sample.

Learn more and apply by logging into NYU CareerNet here 

Tutors Needed

We are a small academic support company in Manhattan that focuses primarily on supporting private and independent school kids with executive functioning issues, ADHD, dyslexia, anxiety, dysgraphia, Asperger’s and other learning challenges. We have a few openings for part-time tutors (2-6 hours per week).

Job information is below:

Tutoring Jobs Available!

Who We Are:

Thinking Caps is a unique tutoring company that provides individualized subject tutoring, test prep, and academic support services. We have several tutor positions open for highly qualified candidates.

Who We Seek:

Study Skills tutors

Writing tutors

Reading tutors

High School Math Tutors

Middle School Math/Test Prep Tutors

Science Tutors

Foreign Language Tutors

As a Thinking Caps tutor you will be energetic and build close bonds with students.  You’ll have a strong enthusiasm for teaching, an ability to make learning interesting, and availability twice during the week. Minimum GPA 3.3 but we can work with exceptions if provided with requisite explanation. Copies of transcripts and standardized test scores are requested. We are looking for tutors who can start ASAP and prefer applicants that can commit to a full academic year.

What We Do:

As a Thinking Caps tutor, you are an emotionally intelligent person who can equip students with the necessary skills to become independent and successful learners. We work with middle and high school students as well as some college students. Some of our students have learning differences and we honor each individual’s learning style and personality by making smart matches with their tutor.

The TCG Process:

The work is done at the students’ homes or schools. You will be provided training in our study skills foundation, which aims to boost students’ executive functioning skills. You will track students’ progress and write monthly progress reports. As a tutor you will be continually supported by the Academic Director and given access to our rich resource library of materials. If hired, you will be given students to tutor, choose your schedule and decide how many students you see based on your availability. Compensation is $20-30 depending on experience and education level. PLEASE EMAIL A RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO TUTORS@THINKINGCAPSGROUP.COM

Insomnia Cookies Marketing Representative

Deadline to Apply: October 31st

There’s a job where you can get paid to hand out free Insomnia Cookies? Yep! And it’s definitely the best job you will have in college. As a Campus Marketing Rep you will plan events, samplings and drop offs to brighten cookie-lovers days’ when they least expect it. You will gain real world marketing experience; possibly become the most popular person on campus and, WE WILL PAY YOU! #signmeup
So here’s what you’ll be doing:
•        Excite students and portray positive image of Insomnia Cookies brand on campus
•        Become knowledgeable about Insomnia Cookies brand and products
•        Identify key groups and organizations on campus
•        Build relationships with campus media (TV, radio, newspapers, etc.)
•        Source campus and local events and relay to Insomnia Cookies Marketing
•        Reach out to introduce the brand to freshman and new students
•        Build Insomnia Cookies brand awareness through your social media pages, share relevant content and offers posted on Insomnia Cookies social media pages
•        Complete localized programming requirements per semester
•        Complete 2 -3 activities a week, activities include:
o        Events: Source on campus and local events, festivals, sporting events, etc.; and help in tabling/staffing the event
o        Samplings
o        Business Drops: Drop off cookies to local businesses and organizations to help grow our local business
o        Distributing marketing collateral throughout campus
•        Recap weekly efforts to your Marketing Manager and participate in bi-Weekly catch up calls

Perks of the job:
•        This is a PAID position! The position allows for you to work 20 hours a month at $12/hour.
•        Flexibility
-        We understand you are college students who need to pay attention to your academic and social life, so we like to be flexible - we ask for no more than 20 hours a month.
-        You’ll be working during the semester, but not during school breaks. (i.e; Fall Break, Spring Break, Holidays, and the summer).
-        You’ll plan your own activities. We’ll have some weekly guidelines for you to follow, but you tell us when and where you want to do them.
•        SWAG - Once you meet certain goals you’re rewarded with coveted SWAG items like Insomnia Cookie apparel and promos. Also, every time you work you get a free shift cookie – free cookies are the best cookies.
•        Friendship - Each location has two Campus Marketing Reps so you will have a cookie partner in crime. It’s also guaranteed you’ll make a ton of new friends handing out free cookies on campus.

Learn more by logging into NYU CareerNet here 

Afterschool Program Group Leader

Deadline to Apply: October 31st

Join the YM & YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood's growing team of Youth Development Professionals inspiring the next generation of New Yorkers as an After School Program Manager! Young people in our program learn to:

Recognize their talents, gifts and voice.

Make positive choices socially, emotionally, and physically.

See themselves as agents of change in their community and in their home.

Realize their potential in middle school, high school, college, careers, and beyond.

Do you have what it takes to help us further this educational vision? We are seeking Group Leaders to work in our after school programs. Group Leaders engage, supervise, manage and ensure safety and well-being of participants with special needs.

DUTIES

●          Create and maintain environment for program participants.

●          Supervise and manage behaviors of program participants during activities, transitions,

            and on field-trips.

●          Model and promote an environment that embraces diversity in all participants.

●          Deescalate participants when exhibiting behavioral problems.

●          Monitor the health of program participants.

●          Maintain documentation and attendance records.

●          Perform any other program or agency-related duties or special projects as directed by supervisor.

To express interest in this position, please send a cover letter and resume to the Director of Teen Services, Donizetti Gonzalez, dgonzalez@ywashhts.org.

Work Study

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Attendant - Fall 2017

Deadline to Apply: December 31st

You can find your niche in NYU Athletics! NYU’s Department of Athletics, Intramurals, and Recreation is the University’s second largest work-study and non work-study employer. Our student employees perform as administrative-patron liaisons while also providing a welcoming customer service environment. They help us foster a safe, fun and recreational atmosphere for our member population while gaining valuable work skills, life-long learning opportunities, and lasting friendships. We are seeking the caliber of student employee that will enhance our team and help us better serve the NYU community.

For more information, or to apply, please visit our Student Employment website at (please copy and paste this url into your browser):

http://www.gonyuathletics.com/sports/2015/7/29/studentemployment.aspx

Position description

Attendants are expected to provide customers with an unparalleled level of customer service. Other daily duties include:

1) greeting patrons as they enter and exit the Facility.

2) routing heavy call volume.

3) answering over-the-phone and in-person inquiries.

4) hosting tours throughout facilities.

5) providing access to facility via proper identification.

6) operating a cash register.

7) reconciling guest receipts with fees collected.

8) maintaining the Reception Area countertop.

Digital Production Assistant

Deadline to Apply: August 31st

We're currently seeking a Digital Production Assistant to join our department. The Digital Production Assistant operates efficiently within a group, executes assigned tasks independently, and is able to handle multiple projects at a time.

This individual will be responsible for initiatives such as writing and managing news announcements/ social media assets, syndicating content via social networks, assistance on digital production products, and editorial development. S/he must also have strong content creation skills, creative thinking abilities, and problem-solving skills.

Primary Responsibilities:

Design and create flyers for various department events

Assist in the management of social communities

Assistant in the pre/post production of video blogs

To learn more and apply, log into NYU CareerNet here

Production Assistant

Deadline to Apply: August 9th, 2020 (rolling)

Steinhardt Department of Music and Performing Arts hiring Event, Technical, and Production Assistants for the 2015-2016 academic year

Job Description:

Production Assistants Level 1: Introductory Stage Production Assistant

· Monitor classes - basic lighting and classroom set-up

· Stage managing events and classes, this includes, but is not limited to:

o Turning on lights/audio/video

o Interacting with house management and ushers

· Pay rate is $9-10 per hour (depending on experience)

· 10-12 hours a week

Qualification

None: Students will be trained by Theater Operations Staff

To learn more and apply, log into NYU CareerNet here 

NYC Public Service Corps

The New York City Public Service Corps (formerly known as the Urban Corps) began more than 40 years ago as an alternative to on-campus placements for students receiving Federal Work-Study Program financial aid. Public Service Corps internships are for undergraduate and graduate Work-Study students. With more than 30 city agencies participating, students may chose from a myriad of internship opportunities related to their college major.

For an application and more information about the NYC Public Service Corps, please contact Jason Schultz, Assistant Director, Office of Civic Engagement, at (212) 998-2094, or jason.schultz@nyu.edu.

Jobs for Preprofessional Track Students 

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GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS

Wasserman Center Internship Grant

The Wasserman Center Internship Grant was established to provide financial assistance to students pursuing non-paying internships within not-for-profits, the arts, education, public service and other industries that do not traditionally pay their interns. The Wasserman Center is able to offer approximately 150 $1,000 grants during the fall, spring, and summer terms. This number is subject to change based on available funds. Applications are reviewed by the Wasserman Center Internship Grant Committee and representatives from various NYU academic departments.

Applications, additional details, and eligibility criteria are available on NYU CareerNet at thebeginning of each term. FAQs - Contact: wassermaninternshipgrant@nyu.edu

Deadline for Fall 2017 Wasserman Internship Grant is Oct. 5th

Apply here through CareerNet

Deadlines to Apply: 

FALL

NYC: Late September

Global: Early November

SPRING

NYC: Mid/Late February

Global: Late March/Early April

SUMMER

NYC: Mid June

Global: Mid June

Social Impact Grants

Social Impact Grants help fund student initiatives that involve making a difference in the community and enriching quality of life. These grants model the idea that contributing back to a particular community is an important educational experience, and provides critical preparation for the practice of global citizenship. Applicants must be matriculated Liberal Studies students in at least the second semester of their first year. For more information visit the Social Impact Grants page. For any questions, please email ls.aid@nyu.edu.

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VOLUNTEERING

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L.O.V.E Mentoring Program

The L.O.V.E Mentoring Program aims to increase high school graduation rates and college enrollment among young Latinas with the support of positive role models.

 

This is accomplished through partnerships with organizations, universities and public schools whose mission is to enhance the well-being of young girls and Hispanic communities in New York. Mentors (university female students) volunteer their time to meet with their mentees (students referred from partner high schools) for one hour and a half on a weekly basis during the academic year. The mentoring sessions concentrate on developing study skills, providing college information and self-empowerment activities.

Currently, we are expanding our programs to serve more young Latinas in New York by increasing our pool of mentors. We are reaching out to your school to see if it would be possible for your department to share the information about our volunteer mentoring program with your students so that they can have the opportunity to volunteer as L.O.V.E. mentors.

 

Take a look at our website here: http://www.lovementoring.org 

The link to the application can be found here: http://www.lovementoring.org/application/

Looking for other ways to engage with your community? Use these quick-links to explore volunteer opportunities!

  • NYC Service: Provides information on volunteering needs city-wide

  • Idealist: This site is a great go-to for researching volunteer as well as job opportunities that further the goal of serving communities

  • New York Cares: Their mission is to “Meet pressing community needs by mobilizing caring New Yorkers in volunteer service.”

  • Street Project: This organization connects New Yorkers to networks of other volunteers

 

  • Food Bank for NYC: Help end hunger in NYC through a variety of individual and group opportunities

  • Hope for New York: Flexible depending on when you are available, this site offers a multitude of day-by-day opportunities to volunteer in the greater New York area

  • VolunteerMatch: Uses a variety of filters to help you find volunteer opportunities that align with your interests and skill base

  • United Nations Volunteers: The UN is always looking for volunteers to aid in writing, editing, translation, graphic design, and outreach on matters of international interest

  • IVPA: The International Volunteer Programs Association, is a nonprofit association dedicated to promoting awareness and access to quality volunteer abroad programs. IVPA does not organize or run its own volunteer programs, but the search programs function can help you find a volunteer program that’s perfect for you!

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OTHER CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

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Wasserman Center Student Diversity Advisory Board

Application Deadline: September 15, 2017

The Wasserman Center is looking for undergraduate and graduate students who identify as members of underrepresented communities to join the Wasserman Student Diversity Advisory Board. Volunteers selected for this opportunity will provide feedback about Wasserman events, programs, initiatives, and best practices regarding diversity and inclusion. This feedback will assist us in enhancing our diversity programming for NYU students. Learn more and apply for this exciting volunteer opportunity here.

BE A GLOBAL PEER EDUCATOR: ROLLING BASIS

Global Peer Career Educators are student leaders at study away sites who represent the Wasserman Center for Career Development by coordinating, promoting, and facilitating a variety of career-development focused programs and events. Wasserman is now recruiting for Fall 2017! This is a great opportunity for students seeking to serve in a leadership role.

Responsibilities include:

  • Delivering workshops and seminars
  • Tabling and using social media to promote events
  • Writing for Wasserblog about your experiences
  • Serving as the local point of contact for career-related inquires

To apply Please click here.

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WASSERMAN CENTER INFORMATION

Getting started early in your career exploration can make all the difference. The Wasserman Center is here to help make those first steps as easy as possible. There may be a lot to accomplish - let Wasserman help you take it one step at a time.

How to Take Advantage of Career Development Resources:

Visit the Wasserman Center for Career Development

Wasserman provides in-house career counseling, connections to internships and jobs, professional skill training, and career development events each month.

Main Office: 133 East 13th Street, 2nd Floor

Brooklyn Office: 311 Bridge Street

Office Hours

Monday: 9am-5pm

Tuesday: 9am-7pm

Wednesday: 9am-7pm

Thursday: 9am-7pm

Friday: 9am-5pm

Drop-in Hours

Monday: 2:30pm-4pm

Tuesday: 12pm-1:30pm & 2:30pm-4pm

Wednesday: 2:30pm-4pm & 5pm-6:30pm

Thursday: 2:30pm-4pm & 5pm-6:30pm

Friday: 12pm-1:30pm

Email: career.development@nyu.edu

Phone: 212.998.4730

Use CareerNet

NYU CareerNet is the Wasserman Center's online database that gives students direct access to search for full-time, part-time, and internship positions. Through NYU CareerNet students can also access additional web-based job search and career exploration tools. Most NYU students already have an NYU CareerNet account. To access your account, please return to our homepage and log-in using your username (NetID@nyu.edu) and your password. Access CareerNet here.

Think Globally

Whether you are interested in working or interning abroad, or an international student studying in the U.S, the Wasserman Center can guide you to relevant resources and opportunities for your job search and career development.

Check out Global Career Resources here 

If you are an international student, learn more about relevant career services here


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