Virtual: Summer Internship Success Series
Join the Wasserman Center for a virtual series to help you become successful before, during, and after an internship. By RSVP'ing you will receive accessible monthly content via email as early as the week of May 25th. Register for the Virtual Summer Internship Success Series.
Wednesdays with Wasserman
Every Wednesday through July, 4:00PM ET, Virtual Events
Connect live with Wasserman coaches and other students and alumni. Weekly at 4PM EST through Instagram Live.
Your Career and Covid-19: A weekly series addressing topics to keep your career on track
Every Friday through July, 12:30PM ET, Virtual Events
Conducted through Zoom on Fridays at 12:30PM starting , this series will cover timely topics like virtual networking and interviewing, job search for international students, planning for summer, and finding growth industry opportunities. Our first topic will be how to Navigate Your Job Search During Covid-19. Registration through Handshake.
More recordings are available on our NYU Stream Channel.
Virtual Networking & Grit (Spring 2020)
Building authentic relationships is essential to career success. Learn different ways to play to your strengths in order to build a strong network, both in person and virtually. This session discusses with whom and how to build relationships, as well as strategies to remain resilient when the job search gets tough. There is a special focus on using Zoom, LinkedIn and other on-line tools to build and maintain relationships virtually.
Seeking Mentorship: Identifying potential career mentors and cultivating intentional relationships (Spring 2020)
This webinar covers how to successfully identify potential career mentors, the difference between "mentors" and "sponsors," and how to leverage your strengths to create long-lasting relationships within industry.
FACE Series: Women's Self-Advocacy in the Workplace
The FACE (Faculty and Career Exchange) Series brings together the expertise of career coaches and the industry experience of faculty to discuss topics impacting today’s workforce. In this installment, Adjunct Professor Gina Lepore discussed the importance of self-advocacy in the workplace for women.