How do I find a job?
NYU CareerNet is the Wasserman Center's online job and internship database. The database houses current On-Campus positions (both Federal and non-Federal Work-Study), Off-Campus positions, and internship opportunities. The Wasserman Center does not write the job postings, but instead the listings are submitted by individual employers. It is therefore your responsibility to contact and/or follow-up with the specific employers for more information or details regarding specific listings.
Please note that each job listed on the NYU CareerNet site is reviewed and approved by the Wasserman Center staff before it is viewable on the site. We do our best to vet out fraudulent job listings that we receive, however mistakes do occur. If you come across what appears to be an illegitimate job posting, please contact us immediately.
While NYU CareerNet lists many available positions. It is NOT the only way to find and secure employment. We encourage all students interested in working On-Campus to call, email, or visit NYU employers of interest to see if they have any openings available. We do recommend visiting and picking up paper job applications from Bobst Library, Coles Athletic Facility, Palladium Athletic Facility, and the NYU Bookstore, along with professors and department administrators. The four aforementioned places typically hire on a rolling basis throughout the year, and generally do NOT list all of their available positions on the NYU CareerNet site.
Please be aware that there are a limited number of jobs available On-Campus, so we encourage you to also apply to nearby Off-Campus positions as well (e.g. retail, restaurants, etc.)