NYU CareerNet is the Wasserman Center's online job and internship database. It is a great resource for students seeking on-campus employment, part-time jobs, internships, and full-time jobs after graduation.
The NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development (the Wasserman Center) acts only as an intermediary between employers posting job opportunities and candidates searching for job opportunities. The Wasserman Center is not involved in the actual transaction between employers and candidates. As a result, the Wasserman Center has no control over the quality, safety or legality of the jobs or resumes posted, the truth or accuracy of the listings, the ability of employers to offer job opportunities to candidates or the ability of candidates to fill job openings.
For government guidelines and standards on internships/trainee programs, please see the Fair Labor Standards Act Advisor. In addition, because user authentication on the Internet is difficult, the Wasserman Center cannot and does not confirm that each user is who they claim to be. Because we do not and cannot control the behavior of participants on our web site, in the event that you have a dispute with one or more users, you release the Wasserman Center and New York University (and our agents and employees) from claims, demands, and damages (actual and consequential, direct and indirect of every kind and nature, known and unknown), arising out of or in any way connected with such disputes. If you are a student, by submitting your resume to any service including NYU CareerNet, the On-Campus Recruiting program, any Resume Book, you are authorizing the Wasserman Center to forward your resume to selected employer partners.
Finally, note that we expect that you will use caution and common sense when using the web site. The material contained herein may contain inaccuracies or typographical errors. The Wasserman Center makes no representations about the accuracy, reliability, completeness, or timeliness of the website or the material. The use of the web site is at your own risk.
To assist you with building your professional skills it should be understood that when you use the services provided by the Wasserman Center for Career Development you must adhere to the following honor code. Violations of this honor code are highly unprofessional and will remain in your record.
When using Wasserman Center programs and services, I agree to the following: