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Offer Policies

Full-time
We request that companies inform students of their status within two weeks of on or off campus interviews. The Office of Career Development requires that full-time offers extended after a summer internship remain open through November 14, 2014, to allow students to complete the recruitment process. Full-time offers extended to second-year students during the fall recruiting process must remain open for four weeks from the students’ receipt of a written offer or until November 14, 2014; whichever comes later to enable them to fully consider their decision. For full-time offers extended during the spring, we suggest a decision period of at least three weeks from the students’ receipt of a written offer to enable them to fully consider their decision.

Summer Internships
We request that companies inform students of their status within one week of on or off campus interviews. The Office of Career Development requires that companies extending summer internship offers allow a decision period of at least three weeks from the students’ receipt of a written offer or until February 13, 2015; whichever comes later, to enable them to fully consider their decision.

To uphold the integrity of the recruiting process, violators of any of the policies above will not be granted date preferences for the following recruiting season.

Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act
The NYU Stern Office of Career Development believes that all students should receive compensation for their work. However, we acknowledge that some industries do not typically pay their interns, yet they still provide a meaningful learning experience. This fact sheet provides general information to help determine whether interns must be paid the minimum wage and overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act for the services that they provide to “for-profit” private sector employers.

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