Whether you are just graduating college, you are a seasoned professional transitioning to a new career, or you are interested in advancing in your current field, NYU-SCPS can help. Career development and management services; a plethora of networking opportunities and events; and experiential learning, will supplement the outstanding education that you receive.
Career Development/Management Services
As an NYU-SCPS student, in addition to the career resources offered through your academic program, you will enjoy the benefit of career development/management services provided by the School and the University at large. NYU-SCPS and the University’s Wasserman Center for Career Development work in partnership with the School’s academic program areas to provide supplemental services and programs specifically for NYU-SCPS students.
The Wasserman Center for Career Development helps all NYU students to take advantage of the University’s New York City location and the internship and professional opportunities it affords. The Center posts job listings; connects students with alumni and mentors; coaches students on the most effective interviewing skills; and provides career advice. A broad range of events, programs, and services are available to enhance your overall learning experience.
Networking is one of the most effective avenues for landing a job or for advancing your career. There are numerous tools and techniques for building and expanding your professional network. NYU-SCPS provides access to the people who can make all the difference in your career success. Professional conferences, seminars, career workshops and alumni mentoring programs all offer the opportunity to meet and to mingle with other professionals in your field and to develop important contacts that will serve you throughout your career. Get Started–Now, with these tips.
Experiential Learning That Gives You the Competitive Advantage
Many NYU-SCPS programs offer students the opportunity to participate in internships that provide the hands-on experience that employers look for when evaluating your résumé. If you are just graduating college and have no prior work experience, this is a great way to build your professional experience, to gain critical skills, to explore career options and to become familiar with workplace culture.
In addition to internships, programs offer a wide variety of field trips, site visits and interactive events that immerse you in your area of study and provide you with a real-world view of your chosen field.