Wasserman Global Peer Spotlight: Emily Gómez

By: Emily Gómez, CAS ’22, Wasserman Global Peer, NYU Madrid This past semester, I had the opportunity study abroad at NYU Madrid. During that time, I was able to connect with the local culture through my homestay and internship experiences. I interned at a Spanish NGO and was able to form relationships with my coworkersContinue reading “Wasserman Global Peer Spotlight: Emily Gómez”

3 Tips for the Transition from Full-Time Student to Full-Time Professional

By Tiffany Li A couple of years ago as a senior at NYU, I was pretty nervous about the prospect of being a full-time working professional versus an intern/student. Would it be an easy transition? Would I get along with my co-workers? What would my workload be like? I will say that the wonderful thingContinue reading “3 Tips for the Transition from Full-Time Student to Full-Time Professional”

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”

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: ISEULT CONLIN (CAS ’09)

Iseult Conlin, CFA, is a 2009 CAS graduate who majored in Economics and Psychology. She is a US Institutional Credit Product Manager at Tradeweb where she focuses on product development, strategic initiatives and client acquisition.  Tradeweb is a leading, global operator of electronic marketplaces for rates, credit, equities and money markets, and serves more than 40 productsContinue reading “ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: ISEULT CONLIN (CAS ’09)”

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: AVA RING (NYU ’18)

Ava Ring (NYU ’18) who currently is a Sales Development Representative at Vettery, has answered a few questions for our Alumni Spotlight Series. What do you most enjoy about your work? I work in SaaS (Software as a Service) Sales on the Sales Development side at Vettery. I sit at the top of the salesContinue reading “ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: AVA RING (NYU ’18)”

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)”

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”

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 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!”

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 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”