Join the NYU Employer Partner Program to access top NYU talent and receive specialized and tailored support. Through this partnership your brand will be highlighted, your recruitment activities will be prioritized, and our team will be there to support you every step of the way.

Let us help make your experience at NYU seamless, integrated, and robust.

By participating in the Employer Partner Program, we will provide your organization with an increased level of exposure and connection to a diverse group of students, faculty, and staff all while sharing key insights on best practices.

2023-2024 Employer Partner Program

  • For Profit Rate: $10,000
  • Non-Profit Rate: $4,000

Benefits Include:

DEI Priority access to diverse talent through engagement in first gen and DICP cohort programs, Real Talk networking series, and partnership programming with our office of global inclusion (CMEP, LGBTQ+, OP)
Experiential Learning Build your pipeline by contributing to an industry challenge, accelerator at one of our career hubs, hackathon, or more through name sponsorship
Branding Exclusive and unlimited online, social media, and in-person promotion. NYU-wide branding, company logo and initiatives on monitors, guides, websites, weekly newsletters, and events
Student Engagement
Invitation to partner-only student networking events, and a dedicated meeting with club leaders from Club Partnership Program
Tailored Support Dedicated Wasserman team to provide ongoing, individualized, and strategic recruitment planning and support
Academic Connection
Connect with NYU faculty advisory board and Career Advising Network comprised of 200+ campus partners in a variety of student and academic based roles around NYU. Recieve semesterly update on student, academic, and campus trends
Recruitment Fees waived and priority scheduling for career fairs and information sessions
Industry Insights A seat on Employer Advisory Board to share best practices and insights with fellow recruiters

Targeted Sponsorship Opportunities

The below opportunities are available for employers looking to build their talent pipeline through targeted and specialized branding and recruitment activities.

Benefits and Branding Overview

Across all of NYU's global campuses, we can provide you with enhanced marketing for your events and job opportunities through our vast social media presence. By becoming an Employer Partner you receive access to:

  • Blog posts (42,500 visits last year)
  • Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook posts (over 10,000 followers)
  • Organization name placement on Wasserman website (approximately 4 million visitors last year)
  • eNewsletter Highlights (reaching approximately 40,000 students and alumni)

Representation at career panels and conferences give you the opportunity to share valuable information about your organization with our students, and helps you to build an early engagement pipeline. Examples of involvement are:

  • Panel and Networking Events
  • Specialized Interviewing Seminars
  • Mock Interviews
  • Site Visits
  • Employer Spotlight Series

Campus Wide TV Branding:

Display your company logo in the Kimmel Center for Student Life lobby which sees approximately 7,000 students visit per day.

Career Center Waiting Room TV Branding:

Display your company logo, recruitment details, and/or promotional videos in our Union Square waiting room which sees approximately 13,000 students per semester.

Concierge Recruitment Support:

Receive personalized assistance before, during and after your on-campus recruitment experience.

Diversity Networking Events:

Engage with diverse students and connect with historically underrepresented talent.

Employer Advisory Board:

Gather with other Employer Partner organizations to share recruitment insights, challenges and successes. Hear from Wasserman leadership on successful recruitment strategies and share your ideas on ways to better engage with our students.

Employer Spotlight in Newsletter:

Reach thousands of students by sharing your opportunities, company news, initiatives and branding through a company highlight in one of our weekly student facing industry focused email newsletters.

Meet the Partners Event:

Build your talent pipeline by connecting with students at this panel event exclusive to our Employer Partners. Share information about opportunities at your organization, your company's culture, and what recruitment will look like for you this Fall. There will also be opportunities to share tips on topics such as virtual networking and virtual interviewing. 

Access to Diverse Students and Student Leaders

We are committed to helping organizations promote diversity in the workplace by connecting you with candidates of varying backgrounds, experiences and perspectives through special diversity programs throughout the year.

  • Diversity Internship and Career Preparation Program | DICP is designed to prepare and promote NYU’s historically underrepresented sophomores and juniors through a comprehensive career development program. The DICP Program has been revamped, and we are excited to announce the addition of NYU's Opportunities Programs as a new co-sponsor! NYU's Opportunity Programs include HEOP and Collegiate Science Technology Entry Program (CSTEP).
  • Student Leaders | Connect with leaders from student organizations across campus who are interested in meeting with employers. This can include presenting at a club meeting, special invitations to company events, or gaining feedback on company initatives from a targeted group of student leaders. As an Employer Partner you are given the opportunity to meet the Wasserman Career Ambassadors and Graduate Student Advisory Board and our Employer & Club Partnership members.  

The Wasserman Center gratefully acknowledges our Employer Partners for their generous financial contributions and support. The Wasserman Center's Employer Partners have demonstrated their firm commitment to NYU students by offering them many diverse career-related opportunities, including internships, part-time and full-time employment, and mentoring relationships. We recognize the important role they play in helping our students transform their career dreams into reality.