Grad Alumni Spotlight: Tamarie Macon

Tamarie Macon completed the NYU Provost’s Postdoctoral and Transition Program for Academic Diversity Fellowship in August 2017 and completed her PhD in August 2015. She is currently a Program Director of Permanent Supportive Housing at Homeward Bound of WNC (Western North Carolina). How did you find your current job and what Wasserman services or programsContinue reading “Grad Alumni Spotlight: Tamarie Macon”

How to Highlight your Identities as Strengths at Conferences

Wei-Jin “Gina” Leow is a native New Yorker and current graduate student of NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, where she studies Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. She is a current Paul D. Coverdell Fellow, having completed her Peace Corps service in China as a university English teacher. In her spare time, Gina reads to secondContinue reading “How to Highlight your Identities as Strengths at Conferences”

How an English Major Got an Internship at JP Morgan

Andy is a Recruiting Coordinator at Google, supporting the hiring process for industry-level software engineers. He is the co-founder of Student to Student, NYC’s only free tutoring and mentoring program for low-income middle schoolers aspiring to attend an elite specialized high school. An advocate for accessible and disruptive education, Andy serves on the Advisory CouncilContinue reading “How an English Major Got an Internship at JP Morgan”

My Fulbright to Bulgaria: Teaching English and Cultural Exchange

Ariel Bloomer is a first year master’s student of Higher Education and Student Affairs at NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. She graduated with a B.A. in creative writing from Scripps College in California, and spent the following year teaching English in Bulgaria. More insights on her Fulbright year can be foundContinue reading “My Fulbright to Bulgaria: Teaching English and Cultural Exchange”