October 30, 2014

Job Searching

Watch expert career recruiters and professionals discuss how they search for top talent and share their career paths. Trudy Steinfeld, Assistant Vice-President and Executive Director of the New York University's Wasserman Center for Career Development, moderated this conversation. The discussion helped students and recent graduates learn how to best prepare and market themselves in today's challenging environment. The panel offered networking tips, shared organizational insights, career advice and answered audience questions.  Representatives from the Cato Institute, Deloitte, CommonHealth ACTION, the National Institutes of Health, the Office of the Inspector General, the Peace Corps and the World Wildlife Fund took part in this discussion.

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 Chip Bishop

Chip Bishop

Carey Clinton

Carey Clinton

Rejane Frederick

Rejane Frederick

Kriszta Miner

Kriszta Miner

Sarah Ruggiero

Sarah Ruggiero

Shayna Priluck Bergman

Shayna Priluck Bergman

Jennifer Riedinger

Jennifer Riedinger

Trudy Steinfeld

Trudy Steinfeld

The Constance Milstein and Family Global Academic Center has been made possible through the generous leadership and support of alumni and friends, who have facilitated the University's purchase of this global academic site.


Getting started on the right foot in your career can make all the difference. The Wasserman Center helps make those first steps as easy as possible. There may be a lot to accomplish - let them help you take it one step at a time.