Spring 2018
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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Upcoming Events ● Internships Jobs ● Grants & Fellowships 

Other Professional Opportunities ● Wasserman Center


PwC Diverse Student Leader Luncheon

February 8, 1:00 pm-2:30 pm, Wasserman Center-Main Office (133 East 13th St., 2nd Floor-Presentation Room B)

If you are a student member or leader of an NYU student organization, fraternity, or sorority for underrepresented students, this event is for you! Join the Wasserman Center and PwC on this NYU Diverse Student Leaders Luncheon where you will learn about the different ways in which you can partner with the Wasserman Center for diversity career events, and the many diversity hiring initiatives and programs available at PwC. We would also love to learn from YOU as to how we can partner with your groups, and support your career exploration and development. This exciting event will take place on Thursday, February 8th from 1:00-2:30 p.m. and is open to all members of your student group, club, fraternity, sorority, or advisory board who are part of the following communities: African American, Latinx, Women, LGBTQIA. FOOD WILL BE SERVED! To RSVP, please click here.

If you have any questions about this event, please send an e-mail to career.diversity@nyu.edu.

Law School 101

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 | 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM | Wasserman Presentation Room B

Come hear from a panel of speakers about the full law school experience. We will have current law school students, practicing attorneys, and an admissions rep there to share their experience and advice. Gain insight on becoming a competitive applicant for law school and learn about the services and programs available at NYU. Tips for finding part-time jobs and internships in law and related fields will also be discussed.

Co-sponsored by the Wasserman Center for Career Development. RSVP here.

STEM Alumni Panel

Tuesday, February 20 | 6:00 – 7:30PM | Jurow Lecture Hall

Are you a STEM major? Still thinking about where your academic and professional paths might take you and how you’ll get there? Then come hear our panel of CAS STEM alumns share their stories of successes, challenges, and resilience along their educational and professional journeys:

  • Hewett Chiu (CAS '14, Neural Science; Wagner '15), President and CEO of Academy of Medical & Public Health Services
  • Jennifer Gallardo (CAS '06, Computer Science), Senior Product Manager, American Express
  • Dr. Sanjeev Suratwala, MD (CAS '97, Biochemistry), Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Zucker School of Medicine, Northwell Health

RSVP here.

Contact: Joel Ward, Assistant Dean for Students, jsw298@nyu.edu

Careers in Non-Profit and Social Impact

February 22 | 4:30PM-7:00PM | Wasserman Center (133 E. 13th St. 2nd Floor)

Curious about your career options in the non-profit and social impact space? Hear a presentation from Associate Dean at the NYU Wagner School of Public Service, David Schacter. Followed by a panel of NYU alumni working in this sector and a meet & greet. To RSVP, click here

Resume-Building Drop-in Hours

February 28th, 12:00-1:00pm (LS Fishbowl/Faculty Lounge)

Stop by to have 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.

Secrets to Internship Success

March 6th, 5:00-6:00pm (LS Conference Room B)

Part 2 of our internship series covers tips on how to thrive in the workplace and translate your internship experience to future careers. Hear from previous LS interns and learn how they did it!

Career Coaching: What Do You Say?

April 4th, 12:00-1:00pm (LS Conference Room B)

How do you network or ask for references when preparing for future careers? This workshop will help you navigate common scenarios within internship and job spaces and take your professional communication skills to the next level.

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Other Professional Opportunities ● Wasserman Center


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!

Wasserman Center Internship Grant

Apply by Thursday Feb. 22nd! Learn more here.

Global Internship Program

Applying to the Global Internship Program:  

As before, students must apply separately for study away and for the global internship program. As with the Study Away application, students will find the "Global Programs Semester Study Away Internship Application" in Albert under Other Resources --> Application Center.

Upcoming Global Internship Information Sessions (Note: All sessions will be held at 383 Lafayette St. Room C-06)

  • Thursday, February 1      12:45pm  NYU Prague Internship Information Session
  • Tuesday, February 6        5:00pm   NYU Sydney Internship Information Session
  • Wednesday, February 7   12:30pm  NYU  Berlin Internship Information Session

Please note that the NYU Accra/Buenos Aires/Tel Aviv Information Session is TBA. We will notify you of the date and location of this session soon.

Application Deadlines

  • Thursday, February 15 (11:59pm ET) :  NYU Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Sydney
  • Thursday, March 15 (11:59pm ET):  NYU Accra, Buenos Aires, Tel Aviv

Quick Reminder re: Non-Credit Internships in France and Spain

Non-credit internships (paid or unpaid) are not permitted in France or Spain; thus, NYU cannot sign conventions de stage (France) or convenios (Spain) for non-credit internships. As all internships in these countries must be credit-bearing, students can only participate in internships if accepted into the Global Academic Internship Program while enrolled at NYU Paris or NYU Madrid. Students accepted into the Internship program must be enrolled in the Internship Seminar and Fieldwork course (NODEP-UA 9982), which is offered during Fall and Spring semesters only.

Thank you for your support of the Global Internship Program. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at global.internships@nyu.edu.


Port Authority Summer Internships 

Deadline to Apply: Varies

Application Information & Details: http://www.jointheportauthority.com/search/college-programs/jobs/in?page=4#

Social Media Intern

Deadline to Apply: April 1st, 2018

Class: Sophomore status and above

Application Information & Details: NYU CareerNet Link 

Part-Time Marketing Intern

Deadline to Apply: Feb 28th, 2018

Class: Sophomore status and above

Application Information & Details: NYU CareerNet Link

Museum Studies/Registrar Intern

Deadline to Apply: April 18, 2020


Application Information & Details: NYU CareerNet link

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.

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 Seminar Course (FWS-UF 201)

The initial deadline to turn in internship forms is the end of the Add/Drop period. 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 Spring 2018 and further questions can be directed to your faculty instructor when enrolled and the LS internship advisor.

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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.

Join WayUp - a new database for job postings

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

Jobs Open to All Students

NYU Leadership Initiative is Hiring: Program Assistant (Events and Communications)

Wasserman Posting #1096342

Join our team! The NYU Leadership Initiative is seeking a Program Assistant to support the Communications team. The office is looking for an exceptional student interested in helping to build community at NYU and passionate about all things

digital. You are proactive, skilled in graphic design and video-production, enjoy writing for online audiences, and love designing exciting events for students.

The Events and Communications Program Assistant will help plan, produce, and market engaging campaigns across digital platforms. This is a chance to work with a vibrant, tight knit team and learn first-hand what it takes to communicate effectively with varied audiences through marketing, social media, and video production. If this sounds like you or someone you know, search posting #1096342 on Wasserman CareerNet to learn more!

Work Study

Learn more about NYU work study guidelines

Theater-Scene Shop Assistant-Federal Work Study

Sophomores Only - Deadline to Apply is August 31st, 2018

Learn More and Apply: NYU CareerNet link

We supply Technical Theatre support for NYU-Steinhardt-MPAP’s productions of Musical, Opera, Ed Theatre, and other theatrical and/or musical productions.

Digital Production Assistant

Deadline to Apply: August 31st

Learn More & Apply: NYU CareerNet link

Job Description:

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.

Production Assistant

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

Learn More & Apply: NYU CareerNet 

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

Jobs for Preprofessional Track Students 

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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

Deadlines to Apply: 


NYC: Late September

Global: Early November


NYC: Mid/Late February

Global: Late March/Early April


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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Research Roundtables

Contact: ​ cas.durf@nyu.edu

In conjunction with the Preprofessional Advising Center, we’re excited to offer discipline-specific information sessions focused on undergraduate research: “Research Roundtable: Exploring the Value and Inner-Workings of Research projects at NYU.”

These sessions will focus on the academic and professional value of undergraduate research as well as some of the nuts and bolts of finding and funding research opportunities. Each session will feature a panel of current undergraduate researchers and a faculty member in order to provide a variety of insights and perspectives. These sessions will be great ways to learn more about research itself, to network with peers, and meet faculty!

Social Science: Monday, February 12, 5:30–7PM, Jurow Hall with Moira Dillon, Assistant Professor of Psychology. Prof. Dillon’s lab uses behavioral methods to explore the development of human geometric understanding. RSVP here.

STEM: Thursday, February 15, 5:30–7PM, Jurow Hall with Daniella Buccella, Associate Professor of Chemistry. Prof. Buccella’s lab explores new approaches to understanding physiological and pathological roles of metal ions and developing new, small-molecule diagnostic and therapeutic tools. RSVP here.


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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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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Upcoming Events ● Internships ● Jobs ● Grants & Fellowships ●

Other Professional Opportunities ● Wasserman Center