Should You Delete Your Social Media Presence? Advice from Vault.com

“The biggest mistake people make in social media is that they let their posts live forever.” So says Mark Cuban, celebrity billionaire, investor and sports team owner, in the very first line of a video that presents something of a dystopian outlook on social media and, indeed, digital communication as a whole. The crux ofContinue reading “Should You Delete Your Social Media Presence? Advice from Vault.com”

3 Tips to Boost Your Networking Strategy

With over a decade in entertainment and tech marketing, Carol brings a wealth of experience to bolster business development and client services at APartnership. As a publicist at News Corp Asia Pacific, she led promotional campaigns for multiple brands, including the company’s flagships, National Geographic Channels, FX and FOX and managed high-profile properties, such asContinue reading “3 Tips to Boost Your Networking Strategy”

On Dining for Success

Rex Hsieh is a sophomore studying Economics and Mathematics. He has a passion for studying businesses and macro-economics. When not studying, or working as a Wasserman Career Ambassador, he enjoys writing fiction and poetry, touring art museums, and solving mathematics problems! More times than none–especially on super-days–companies conduct interviews over the course of a meal.Continue reading “On Dining for Success”

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”

Four Tips for Acing the Startup Job Interview

Abby Lyall is Director of Partnerships at Quake Capital and a student at NYU’s Stern School of Business studying Finance and Data Science. She is responsible for organizing and moderating the University Investor Series program, as well as building relationships with university entrepreneurship groups and corporate sponsors. Abby brings her entrepreneurial spirit to the team,Continue reading “Four Tips for Acing the Startup Job Interview”

Women in Workplace: 3 Tips for Success

Jessica Yeh is a senior in the Hotel and Tourism Management program at School of Professional Studies, concentrating in Marketing and Revenue Management and minoring in Japanese. She has been through six different internships since attending NYU, during semesters and summers. She is passionate about building an Asian American and Taiwanese American community. One ofContinue reading “Women in Workplace: 3 Tips for Success”

Three Steps to Getting an Internship in Non-profit / Government

Deniz Duru Aydin is a senior at CAS, majoring in Politics and European & Mediterranean Studies. Originally from Istanbul, Turkey, she interned at various arts-related nonprofits and government organizations including the Lincoln Center and New York State Council on the Arts. She is currently working as a Policy Fellow with Access (www.accessnow.org), an international non-profitContinue reading “Three Steps to Getting an Internship in Non-profit / Government”

Secrets to Successful Networking: Building a Personal Brand

Secrets to Successful Networking: Building a Personal Brand By Andy C. Ng (Wasserman Peer in Career)  During one of the city’s frigid, torrential downpours, I found myself with an old friend at The Bean in the East Village – try their dirty chai latte, you’ll become an addict, I swear. Catching up about our winterContinue reading “Secrets to Successful Networking: Building a Personal Brand”

3rd Annual School of Professional Studies Networking Night

On November 7, 2014, the NYU Wasserman Career Center, NYU SHRM Chapter, and NYU Integrated Marketing Association jointly hosted the Third Annual School of Professional Studies Networking Night. Over 100 NYU School of Professional Studies graduate students and 23 employers attended the event. It was a great opportunity for students to network with industry professionalsContinue reading “3rd Annual School of Professional Studies Networking Night”

4 Golden Rules to Rocking Your Virtual Internship

By Janel Abrahami Janel Abrahami is a May 2014 graduate of NYU Steinhardt’s Applied Psychology program. She currently serves the NBCUniversal intern population as a Campus 2 Career Assistant and a catalyst for early career development.You can find her talking about all things work on Twitter and LinkedIn Looking for a flexible way to explore a new industryContinue reading “4 Golden Rules to Rocking Your Virtual Internship”