As a graduate student at New York Unviersity, you may find yourself at a crossroads between the coursework of an undergraduate and the teaching experience of faculty.  NYU is well aware that to foster the truly formative experience of modern education involves preparing students for situations beyond the classroom.  This page intends to centralize the career resources that are common to all of NYU’s professional students.

New York University is very proud of the great diversity of its academic programs.  When discussing career sources as a whole, of course, each graduate school within the University will have the most immediately relevant information for its respective students.  Your first stop for professional academic resources, then, will likely be your individual school or program.


Career Development:

The most important center for all things employment related is the Wasserman Center for Career Development. Students can access on- and off-campus job listings, through their NYU CareerNet database.  The Wasserman Center holds workshops throughout the year to prepare students for interviews, composing résumés, and utilizinge job fairs.  Graduate students can become members of Wasserman's graduate student list serve where you can receive weekly updates about the job market, career fairs, job openings and other initiatives geared specifically for graduate students. 

Beyond the more general resources at Wasserman, anyone who teaches at NYU is welcome to use the many resources for students continuing careers in academia.  A number of resources are also available for current affiliates of New York University.  And lastly, there are many networking opportunities across the University, so you can show off your most profitable career asset—yourself!