The Wasserman Center is committed to assisting NYU alumni with their career development after graduation. We offer general career services to alumni from eligible NYU schools which include individual career coaching, in-person and virtual professional development events, and online job search resources. Whether you are looking to advance your career, considering a career transition, or about to start a new job search, the Wasserman Center is an excellent place to start.
Schedule a 30 minute appointment on NYU CareerNet to meet with an alumni career coach in-person, by phone, or virtually through Skype or Google Hangouts. We can work with you to assess your interests and skills, create a strategic action plan for your job search, prepare for an interview, enhance your resume and cover letter, and more.
At least two days prior to your appointment, please send the career coach your goals/questions for the meeting, and any relevant materials you would like us to review. This will help us prepare for your appointment.
Our role as a career coach is to listen, provide you with career advice, and identify the best strategies and resources to support your next steps. During the meeting we may also ask questions about your current and past work experiences, academic background, job search techniques, and other professional development activities.
We work to provide you with specific next steps to follow up on after our appointment ends, and may also send you additional information via email. We ask that you complete these next steps prior to scheduling a follow up appointment.
While we recognize that every career journey is unique, there are some requests that extend beyond our scope of services. We are unable to provide resume and cover letter writing, technical/computer trainings, industry specialized or legal advice, alumni or employer contact information, or job placement services. Instead, we encourage you to take a proactive role in your professional development and will work with you to identify and achieve your career-related goals.
These five-minute meetings are available during various times each week without an appointment on a first come, first served basis. Drop-in hours are primarily used to review resumes, cover letters and/or answer quick career development-related questions.
The Wasserman Center is excited to partner with career experts around the world to deliver the latest job search and career development strategies to NYU alumni.
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The Wasserman Center has several computers with printing capabilities available, which can be used on the day you have a coaching appointment or professional development event to attend in our main office location. Please note that this is a quiet area for working on your Wasserman-related materials only, and is not accessible for long-term business or personal use. Printing is limited to 5 pages per visit and a photo ID is required to print. By using our computers, you are also agreeing to adhere to the University's policy on responsible use of NYU computers and data.