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Wasserman Career Center

Exercise the Stern advantage and discover exceptional career opportunities

The NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development provides individual guidance to help students identify potential internship and full-time job opportunities.

Students are encouraged to utilize the services provided by The Wasserman Center to help secure employment opportunities, especially during junior and senior year. While an internship can provide valuable hands-on work experience, freshmen and sophomores are advised to focus on academic work and getting involved on campus during the first two years. When students are ready to seek internships, the Wasserman Center is available to assist students in securing internships and part-time jobs (both on- and off-campus).

Becoming familiar with Wasserman's programs and services is a great way to start students' career development. They offer many resources to prepare students for recruiting and interviewing in today's job market:

Career Counseling Appointments
Walk-In Hours
Resumes and Cover Letters
The Interview
Mock Interviews
NYU CareerNet
On-Campus Recruitment (OCR) for 2014 and 2015 Graduates
2013-2014 Career Fairs and Events

Why Stern? Reason 8:

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Unparalleled career prospects.

Whether you are looking for an internship or conducting your first full-time job search, through NYU’s Wasserman Center for Career Development you have access to thousands of top firms in New York City, and around the world. In a survey taken in 2013, 98.6% of graduates were placed within 6 months of graduation. According to recent rankings, median starting salaries for recent graduates are among the top 5 highest at more than $62,400. Your access within NYC and beyond is extended by your connection to our more than 100,000 Stern alumni in 100+ countries around the world. If you have advanced degrees in your sights, your Stern education will prepare you well for virtually any post-baccalaureate studies ranging from law to medicine, or even doctoral studies.