Programs and Reports
The Wasserman Center's peer educators, known as Wasserman Career Ambassadors, support and promote the mission of the Wasserman Center by serving as liaisons between students and the Wasserman Center. Career Ambassadors encourage NYU students to actively participate in their own career development through self assessment, major and career exploration, decision-making and job-search analysis. WCAs are committed to providing quality programs and resources that empower individuals and connect the NYU community with diverse learning experiences and career opportunities.
Career Boot Camps
Created in partnership with Morgan Stanley, these intensive career conferences are designed to familiarize students with a variety of industries and to help ease the transition from the classroom to the workplace.
Additional information and application information for upcoming Boot Camps can be found on Handshake five weeks before each event.
NYU continues to be one of the top Peace Corps Volunteer-producing universities in the country, with over 1,000 graduates having served as PCVs. The NYU Peace Corps Office is located at the Wasserman Center, Union Square Office and is open to the entire NYU community during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Contact NYU's Peace Corps Campus Recruiter, Sarah Steeley (Returned Volunteer Lesotho 2015-2017) at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Diversity Career Programs
The Diversity Internship & Career Preparation Program (DICP) is designed to prepare and promote historically underrepresented students and facilitate students' exploration of career opportunities that celebrate workplace diversity. DICP aims to assist students in developing job search and networking skills, improving resume and cover letter writing skills, and strives to empower students to find their dream internship. Applications are accepted during the fall semester. Contact email@example.com to learn more.
First Class is the Wasserman Center’s professional development and mentorship program for first generation college students. Undergraduate students participate in career related workshops, meet industry leaders, and connect with a professional mentor and career coach to help explore academic areas of interest, internships, and careers. Additional information and application information can be found on Handshake in January.