Boot Camp Series
Created in partnership with Morgan Stanley, these intensive career conferences are designed to familiarize students with a variety of industries and to help ease the transition from the classroom to the workplace. For more information on individual events, please visit the event listing in NYU CareerNet.
Boot Camp participants will:
- Hear from panels of professionals in a variety of areas within your field
- Participate in interactive workshops to explore career options
- Network with professionals who can offer career advice and guidance
- Understand the transferable skills that make you a marketable candidate
- Learn industry terminology to use in a resume, cover letter, or on an interview
- Increase your competitiveness within their field through demonstrated experience in teamwork and leadership activities
Additional information and application information for upcoming Boot Camps can be found on NYU CareerNet. Applications are typically due approximately six weeks prior to each Boot Camp event.
Career Boot Camp: Getting the job you want and succeeding professionally
This one-day conference is designed to provide juniors, seniors and graduate students with information, insight, and practical knowledge about how to deal with real world issues when venturing into the workplace for the first time.Held on November 2, 2012. Applications due October 5, 2012. Apply using Job ID#862472 in your NYU CareerNet account.
Non Profit Boot Camp: Skills to Change the World
This full-day conference on November 30, 2012 is designed to debunk myths and explore the realities of working in the non-profit world. Highlights include a keynote speaker, industry panels, and seminars facilitated by non-profit professionals. Deadline to apply: November 5, 2012. Apply using Job ID #862478 in your NYU CareerNet account by November 5.
Business Boot Camp: An inside look at the corporate world for liberal arts students
This exciting two-day career exploration workshop includes seminars facilitated by industry leaders, leadership training, and networking opportunists. Participants will gain a basic understanding of career tracks in advertising/marketing, consulting, finance, entrepreneurship/innovation and media/communications. Held on January 24-25, 2013. Applications due November 12, 2012. Apply using Job ID #862479 in your NYU CareerNet account. *Only open to liberal arts students