The OGS, in collaboration with other NYU offices and professional organizations, provides events that give students, staff, and faculty the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to be effective professionals. Be sure to check back new events. Sponsored by the OGS and the Wasserman Center for Career Development.
These sessions are open to all NYU students and their partners. Partners and visiting non-degree students should contact Alison Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org for access to sessions held at the Wasserman Center. Emails should include the name of the program, the student or scholar's name, and the student or scholar's University ID number. Events held in most University buildings require photo identification.
Please note that the Stern School of Business (Graduate), School of Law, School of Medicine, and College of Dentistry students are eligible for assistance from the Wasserman Center in exploring alternative careers. These professional schools do have their own Career Development offices and students should utilize their services for career-specific guidance.
Sessions for Fall 2013:
How To Write A U.S. Resume And Cover Letter
Monday, October 14, 12:30pm-1:30pm.
Learn the specifics of preparing your resume and cover letter for your U.S. job search.
Getting The Job: Job Search Techniques That Work
Tuesday, October 15, 12:30pm-1:30pm.
This seminar is designed for international students to learn about the power of networking and meeting the right people in their field.
How To Stand Out In The U.S. Job Market
Wednesday, October 16, 12:30pm-1:30pm.
This seminar will focus on strategies to develop more professional contacts and to successfully navigate American business culture.
Marketing Your International Education
Thursday, October 17, 12:30pm-1:30pm.
This presentation will highlight ways to present your international student experiences as a strength and asset to prospective employers.
Interviewing For U.S. Positions
Friday, October 18, 12:30pm-1:30pm.
This seminar is designed for international students to become familiar with the U.S. interview process. Commonly posed questions and effective responses will be discussed.
The Realities Of Finding Work In The U.S.
Thursday, November 21, 5pm-6:30pm.
This is a special seminar for international students providing practical information about the H1-B visa process, job search techniques, and how to handle the visa question during a job interview.
Register today on NYU CareerNet (under Events/Seminars). All events take place at the Wasserman Center. Spaces are limited.