Graduate Student Advisory Board
What is the Graduate Student Advisory Board?
The Graduate Student Advisory Board (GSAB) is a connection between the NYU graduate student population and the Wasserman Center Graduate Student Career Development (Grad Team).
GSAB members serve as ambassadors of the Wasserman Center and help inform the work of the Grad Team by:
- Promoting Wasserman Center services, programs, and resources
- Evaluating and providing feedback on current and future services/resources/programs
- Helping in the identification of employers or types of employer engagement of interest to graduate students
Each academic year, 10-12 graduate students are selected to serve on the Advisory Board.
Eligibility: Graduate students served by the Wasserman Center are encouraged to apply.
Application: The application is sent out through the Grad Newsletter in September of each year. Students are required to submit a resume and letter of interest. Eligible applicants are invited to interview with the GSAB advisors.
Meet Your 2022-2023 Graduate Student Advisory Board
Program: Data Science
Program: Management of Technology
Program: Music Business
Program: Electrical Engineering
Program: Social and Consumer Psychology
Program: Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness
Program: Higher Education and Student Affairs
Program: Clinical Psychology
Program: Social Work