Wasserman Global Peer Spotlight: Margaux Trexler

A small fish in a big pond, and very glad to be oneBy: Margaux Trexler, Wasserman Global Peer, NYU Paris After living in Baltimore, Maryland, for my whole life, the idea of moving to Paris for a year was undeniably daunting. Not only did I not speak French, but Paris is about four times largerContinue reading “Wasserman Global Peer Spotlight: Margaux Trexler”

The benefits of working in a global organization

When looking for a job there are many things that typically persuade your search decision such as the job description, office location, salary, on-the-job training, etc. However, I challenge you to expand your list and consider the benefits of working at a global company. Choosing a company to work for is a big decision soContinue reading “The benefits of working in a global organization”

Tips to Prepare for a Career in the Foreign Service

Usha Pitts is the Diplomat in Residence for the New York Metro Region. She is based in the City College of New York and serves communities in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Usha is dedicated to supporting professionals and students pursuing opportunities with the U.S. Department of State. Usha has served for 19 yearsContinue reading “Tips to Prepare for a Career in the Foreign Service”

Foreign Service Officer Career Overview

Usha Pitts is the Diplomat in Residence for the New York Metro Region. She is based in the City College of New York and serves communities in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Usha is dedicated to supporting professionals and students pursuing opportunities with the U.S. Department of State. Usha has served for 19 yearsContinue reading “Foreign Service Officer Career Overview”

Peace Corps Volunteers in the Spotlight: Anooj Bhandari & Danielle Cummings

Oindrila Das is a Campus Ambassador Intern with the Peace Corps at NYU, pursuing a major in Public Policy and a minor in Economics. Oindrila interviewed Returned Peace Corps Volunteers to write blog posts about their experiences with the hopes of engaging potential volunteer candidates like you. Volunteers work in over 60 countries in Africa,Continue reading “Peace Corps Volunteers in the Spotlight: Anooj Bhandari & Danielle Cummings”

Peace Corps Volunteers in the Spotlight: James Kostenblatt and Gina Leow

Written by Gabe Amram & Oindrila Das Peace Corps is a 27-month program with the US Government to live and work in a community overseas on development projects and programming. Peace Corps Volunteers serve in one of 65 countries worldwide and have enough stories to last a lifetime. New York University has dozens of ReturnedContinue reading “Peace Corps Volunteers in the Spotlight: James Kostenblatt and Gina Leow”

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”