• Career Services
• Résumé Workshops
• Career Fairs
• Selected Alumni Services
Career development resources are an essential part of graduate study. From the moment students enroll in the MS in Publishing: Digital and Print Media program, they are provided with career guidance to ensure that their course of study supports and complements their professional goals and objectives. Some of the opportunities the program offers include:
- Seminars on interview tactics, cover letter writing, and résumé preparation
- Alumni networking events, including speed networking nights and alumni career panels
- Job listings posted to NYU CareerNet and distributed to the student Listserv
- An annual career fair, attended by around 35 top media companies
- For-credit internship opportunities at major publishing companies
The program’s comprehensive network of industry contacts, alumni, and career-development resources has provided internship and job opportunities for students and alumni within leading publishing companies, such as Simon & Schuster, Penguin Random House, Macmillan, Scholastic, Open Road Integrated Media, Condé Nast, Time, Hearst Magazines, and Meredith Corporation.
Graduate students also can acquire career guidance from the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development at the NYU School of Professional Studies. Services help students take advantage of the University's New York City location and the internship and professional opportunities it offers. The Center posts job listings, connects students with alumni and mentors, counsels students on interviewing skills, and offers career advice.