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Map your Graduate Student Experience with the NYU Wasserman Center

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Enhanced Services and Specialized Programming

In addition to the full-range of programs and services available to all students at the Wasserman Center, we have also launched different program series that will help Graduate students learn professional skills, improve their interview and networking skills and much more.

Graduate Professional Series

This three-part series will allow you to network and socialize with professionals and other graduate students in your field. Discuss job and career trends and opportunities with representatives from top companies. 

  • Networking with LinkedIn
  • Navigating Academic and Professional Conferences
  • Perfecting Your Pitch

Acing the Case Interview Preparation Series

This introductory seminar and industry specific interactive workshops will prepare you to tackle the Consulting Industry’s most notorious interview practice - the case interview.

  • Acing the Case Interview Grad Edition
  • Acing the Case Interview Grad Edition: Management/Human Capital Consulting
  • Acing the Case Interview Grad Edition: Tech Consulting

Networking for Graduate Students

Networking is an essential skill to develop your job search. Sharpen these skills at our interactive events and employer panels.

  • Networking 101 for Graduate Students
  • Alumni/Grad Networking Event/Reception
  • Grad Networking Reception: Consulting
  • Grad Networking Breakfast: Technology

Master's Candidates

The Wasserman Center encourages all master's degree candidates to attend the following specialized seminars and programs that have been developed specifically with the master's student population in mind:

  • Marketing your Master's Degree
  • Applying to Doctoral Programs
  • Search NYU CareerNet for upcoming seminars

PhD Candidates

The NYU Wasserman Center offers a wide variety of seminars, programming and resources for PhD Candidates - whether you are planning an academic or non-academic career (or considering both).

  • Faculty Job Search Panel for Social Sciences/Humanities & STEM
  • Non-Academic Resumes for PhDs
  • CVs for Academic Jobs
  • Search NYU CareerNet for upcoming seminars

Resources for PhD Candidates

  • Versatile PhD | An online resource designed to help STEM, humanities, social science PhDs identify, prepare for, and succeed in non-academic careers.
  • Interfolio | Students seeking to establish files for their academic records, credentials, and confidential letters of recommendation can utilize our on-line credential file service provider.

Graduate Student Career Development Team

Bernadette So | Director
212.992.9153 |

Sasha Rosenberg | Senior Assistant Director
212.992.8535 |

Keisha Taffe | Senior Assistant Director
212.998.4733 |

Miriam Miller | Assistant Director
212.998.4236 |

For general inquiries, please contact


Resources are available for Graduate students interested in pursuing Fellowships.

  • Search our Fellowships Database on NYU CareerNet
  • Visit the NYU Office of Sponsored Programs website for additional grant and fellowships opportunities.
  • Attend seminars specifically designed to help students navigate the application process.
    • Introduction to National and Global Fellowships Seminar
    • Fulbright Application Development Workshop

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133 East 13th Street, 2nd Floor
(212) 998-4730  |

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311 Bridge Street (The Wunsch Building)
(646) 997-5986  |

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7 East 12th Street, 5th Floor
(212) 998-7205  |

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