It is time to focus some extra attention on your career plans. Are your friends and family asking about your plans after graduation? Have you started to dream about the day after commencement? How does your resume look? Thoughts about your career plans are probably becoming more and more frequent.
A great resource on campus for career planning and support in your senior year is the Wasserman Center for Career Development.
- Career Assessment: Special recommended websites help you explore and link your interests, skills, work values, and education with hundreds of occupations and graduate school programs.
- Internships, Part-Time, and Full-Time Jobs: NYU CareerNet lists both paid and unpaid internships and part-time jobs in a wide range of disciplines. They provide valuable "hands on" experience, skills and future career contacts. An internship can also help you define your career goals. Other internships may be available through academic departments.
- Workshops: The Wasserman Center for Career Development sponsors a variety of workshops and panel discussions throughout the year especially for CAS students.
- Resource Library: Career literature, books, graduate and professional school directories, and internet access are available for career research and investigation.
NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development
133 East 13th Street, 2nd Floor | (212) 998-4730 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wasserman Center for Career Development provides services ranging from individual career counseling to job search preparation and referral services to NYU students and alumni. Speak with a career counselor about your plans - even if your direction is unclear. Take advantage of the wide range of services offered.
Additional Career Planning Resources
- Your major department. Advisors may have information about careers pursued by other students with your major. They may also be able to suggest specific job-search strategies for your area of interest.