The majority of NYU students will have a job or internship--and many will have more than one--before they graduate. In fact, with the range of industries and opportunities available for students in New York City, it’s not uncommon for some students to have three or more jobs or internships over the course of their four years.
Want to work in television? Saturday Night Live, The Today Show, and MTV all film in New York City. Interested in medicine? With NYU’s Langone Medical Center a few blocks away, undergraduates have access to the world-class research and medical professionals.
Rick Rubin, co-founder of Def Jam Records, lived in Room 712 of Weinstein Residence Hall (now a freshman residence hall), while the label was just starting out.
With over 400,000 alumni worldwide, there’s always someone from NYU in your corner.
There are tens of thousands of internship opportunities available to you through NYU - many of them located across the world. By taking advantage of them, you’ll graduate with more than just a global perspective--you’ll actually be a global citizen.
As you pursue profesional opportunities at NYU, you'll have the full support of the Wasserman Center for Career Development. With resume workshops, mock interviews, on-campus recruitment opportunities, and a database of over 38,000 job and internship listings both on- and off-campus, getting a head-start on your career is a natural part of your NYU experience.