Current students also have access to the NYU Wasserman Center, which maintains NYU CareerNet, an online database of both on and offcampus jobs. Students may find Wasserman's resources helpful in identifying sustainable employment opportunities or exploring additional career interests outside of the arts. The resume by itself, however, will not get you a job. If it gets you in the door, then it has served its purpose. Review the Resume Best Practices Checklist for basic tips and information about what to include on your resume.
Wasserman Center for Career Development. Find a Job or Internship. Learn about resources and services that will connect you to internship and job opportunities. Prepare for the Job Search. Meet with a career coach to assess your skills and career interests, improve your resume and cover letter, prepare for interviews, and learn about The NYU Stern Resume book for the Class of 2018 will be available by the end of August and the Class of 2019 Internship book will be available during midOctober.
Search the resumes of Stern's graduating secondyear MBA students to NYUs career development center, Wasserman, understands the battle that is the job market and has offered these amazing tips to help beef up even the most bleak resumes: May 31, 2016 Learn some tips on how to build a successful Resume!
Accessibility Mode: Off use this link to improve screen reader compatibility. NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development, New York, NY. 9, 593 likes 26 talking about this 925 were here. The Wasserman center is conveniently located right above the Palladium gym and right below the dining hall! Learn about tips and strategies for writing a good resume that will help you get through your job application Youve got a bright future ahead of you. The Wasserman Center can help you as student and an alumni (plus, they do resume checks).
OSE programs complement the career and recruiting services offered at the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development. Explore SternTalks is a series of alumni led" TEDstyle" talks that help freshmen explore twelve of the most popular areas of business including Marketing, Finance, Technology, and Entertainment.