NYU Presidential Intern Spotlight

As we recruit a new class of NYU Presidential Interns (applications due April 2nd), we want to highlight our current Senior interns!  Name: William Chen School: CAS Major: Economics Year: Class of 2019 Host Unit: Treasury Management   Describe your work: As a Presidential Intern in Treasury Management, I spent the majority of my time researchingContinue reading “NYU Presidential Intern Spotlight”

NYU Alumni in Government: Ashley Cortez & NYC Opportunity

Ashley Cortez is a Fall 2016 graduate of the Interactive Telecommunications MPS program at the Tisch School of Arts. She is currently a Training and Outreach Specialist at the Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity (NYC Opportunity). How did you find your current job and what Wasserman services or programs did you use, if any? A fellow ITPContinue reading “NYU Alumni in Government: Ashley Cortez & NYC Opportunity”

The Grind Podcast Presents: 3 Ways to Cope with Failures by Amina Sheikh

Amina Sheikh is one of the stars of The Grind Podcast. The Grind follows four college students as they navigate today’s working world. Subscribe to learn more about Amina’s story in Episodes 1 – 5. As one of the thousands of pre-medical students who face immense challenges in getting through the doors of medical school, I amContinue reading “The Grind Podcast Presents: 3 Ways to Cope with Failures by Amina Sheikh”

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”

Tips From a Wasserman Center Internship Grant Winner

Achuth Krishnan Sreedevi is a graduate student at the School of Engineering, NYU. He is interning at the United Nations Department of Public Information. He is a part of the United Nations Academic Impact division which allies itself with universities across the world to promote education and research as a tool against social injustice. AsContinue reading “Tips From a Wasserman Center Internship Grant Winner”

From Peer to Peer: Advice on Preparing for the Engineering and Technology Career Fair

by Mehak Hasmi The Wasserman Engineering and Technology Career Fair at the Polytechnic School of Engineering is Thursday February 12th and I am eager to share a few tips and tricks to help you make the most of your experience at the fair and, of course, score an interview. Aside from putting on you best professionalContinue reading “From Peer to Peer: Advice on Preparing for the Engineering and Technology Career Fair”

Career Tips to Beat the Winter Break Blues

Unless you’re that lucky NYU student who spends winter break traversing the streets of Paris, jet skiing in the Caribbean, or even staying busy with J-term, it may just be that time of year again.  The time of year where the initial Netflix binge begins to slow, meals from the holidays are finally finishing digestion,Continue reading “Career Tips to Beat the Winter Break Blues”