Updates on impact of COVID-19 on Fall 2020 global career resources coming soon.
Whether you are interested in working or interning abroad, or an international student studying in the U.S, the Wasserman Center can guide you to relevant resources and opportunities for your job search and career development.
Looking to Studying Away?
Priority deadline for study away internships is February 15th. In order to apply for an internship you need a Wasserman Center Career Coach to review your resume by Friday, February 14th at 4PM. Make sure you review the drop-in schedule and plan ahead! Week day hours only.
NYU's global network comprises of:
Students enrolled in the global network university experience an individualized academic journey guided by top scholars, artists, and professionals.
Time spent in another culture provides students with an opportunity to develop a skill set and understanding that will set you apart from your peers. Employers interpret a global experience to mean that you have acquired many of the marketable qualities they are looking for:
Employers want to hire culturally sensitive graduates with practical foreign language skills and a more developed worldview. With a markedly increased exchange across national boundaries, globalization is the buzzword in today's workplace; a global experience during your academic career is a testament to your ability to thrive in your chosen profession after graduation.
Held in the fall and spring semesters, this week-long series of global career development events is broadcasted live from NYU's New York and London locations. Seminar topics include preparing for a global job search, telling your global story, Peace Corps virtual drop-ins, and career coaching.