Writing Is Hard: A Practical Guide to Writing an Article, from Professionals

Contributed by:  Longneck & Thunderfoot: A full service creative agency hiring graphic designers and writers in their NYC office.  When you write, you need to do two things that don’t always play well together: organize your thoughts and write them down. This is a guide to doing both as painlessly (and effectively!) as possible. Writing isContinue reading “Writing Is Hard: A Practical Guide to Writing an Article, from Professionals”

Alumni Spotlight: Meagan Wansong (NYU ’15)

Meagan Wansong (NYU ’15) who currently is a Senior Talent Executive at Vettery, has answered a few questions for our Alumni Spotlight Series.    What was your major field of study? I was in the Global Liberal Studies program, with a concentration in Politics, Rights and Development, and a minor in Environmental Studies. A mouthful,Continue reading “Alumni Spotlight: Meagan Wansong (NYU ’15)”

Employment Outlook: Canada

By Mary Anne Thompson, Founder and President, GoinGlobal, Inc. To sustain its growing, healthy economy, Canada looks toward a growing immigrant workforce and expats to take up the slack for its skills shortages, aging population and declining birthrate. Canada is a wealthy, high-tech, industrialized society with plentiful natural resources and a highly skilled work force.Continue reading “Employment Outlook: Canada”

Alumni Spotlight: Isabella Kundu ’16

Isabella Kundu graduated from NYU in 2016 with a degree in Dramatic Writing. She is a fifth-grade English teacher at Success Academy Bronx 3 Middle School. From my earliest years in elementary school, I always knew I wanted to go to college. I also knew that getting good grades so that I could get scholarshipsContinue reading “Alumni Spotlight: Isabella Kundu ’16”

Top Tips on Writing a Postgraduate Application for the UK

Amy Chandler from the University of Exeter, UK provides tips on all things UK Education and building a successful application. Top Tips on Writing a Postgraduate Application for the UK You’ve decided further study is for you and there’s a fabulous course at a fantastic university which you’d just love to attend.  Writing a greatContinue reading “Top Tips on Writing a Postgraduate Application for the UK”

NYU Wasserman Center Internship Grant Past Winner Spotlight!

We have highlighted a past winner below to showcase their internship experience and the impact the grant had on their time at NYU. Bio: Jessica Chimoff is a second year Counseling and Guidance graduate student (NYU Steinhardt ’19). She is currently interning at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing ArtsContinue reading “NYU Wasserman Center Internship Grant Past Winner Spotlight!”

The Ultimate Guide to Secure Your Dream Job

Finding a job is something the vast majority of us is going to have to deal with at least once in our professional lives. It is a big decision to make, especially when (and let’s be honest here) most of us don’t go to school knowing what they want to do when they grow up.Continue reading “The Ultimate Guide to Secure Your Dream Job”

Business Boot Camp for Non-Business Students

Open to first year and sophomore undergraduate non-business students only. The Business Boot Camp sponsored by Morgan Stanley, will equip those interested in a career in business with the knowledge of industry terminology, an understanding of transferable liberal arts skills, insight into corporate culture, and a basic understanding of various career tracks in business. LunchContinue reading “Business Boot Camp for Non-Business Students”

Should You Consider A Career in Fintech? Advice from N26

Considering a career in financial technology? N26, an app designed to help users achieve their financial goals, shares three reasons why you should. Technology has penetrated every aspect of our day-to-day lives: dating, dieting, learning, and transportation. It was only a matter of time before it reached our wallets. Enter fintech, the intersection between financeContinue reading “Should You Consider A Career in Fintech? Advice from N26”

3 Less Than Obvious Tips to Prepare For Your Career Life Post-Grad

The workplace is competitive, and more often than not jobs are requiring a combination of skills. Leverage your strengths and skills while keeping the next three tips in mind to pave your own path and reach your goals. 1. Step out of your comfort zone. Yes, risks are scary, and yes you might fail, butContinue reading “3 Less Than Obvious Tips to Prepare For Your Career Life Post-Grad”