Interim Assistant Dean of Career Development
Rachel Frint serves as the Interim Assistant Dean of Career Development of the NYU Wasserman Center at the School of Professional Studies (SPS). She brings over a decade of experience in career services and is proud to be a founding member of the Wasserman Center at SPS.
In her role, Rachel executes the strategy for the Center and manages a team that serves over 4,500 undergraduate and graduate SPS students that include working professionals, career changers, and international students. She enjoys coaching students from around the world to help them define and achieve their professional goals, as well as partnering with employers to develop innovative recruiting solutions to build talent pipelines at NYU. Most recently, her work has focused on global employer engagement to increase opportunities for NYU students interested in international careers.
Rachel was the recipient of the 2014 - 2015 NYU School of Professional Studies Administrator of the Year award. She has presented her team’s work at various conferences including the National Association of Colleges & Employers Conference and the MBA Career Services & Employers Alliance Global Conference.
From 2008 – 2012, Rachel worked at the NYU Stern MBA Office of Career Development and prior to NYU, she worked in legal recruiting. She holds a M.A from NYU in higher education and student affairs, with a focus on global education, and a B.A in business administration from Muhlenberg College.