Q. Where can I find information about how to create a résumé, a cover letter, or how to prepare for an interview?
A. The Wasserman Center for Career Development offers career counseling, résumé and cover letter critiques, interview skills workshops, a Facebook information page, study space, recruitment resources (including several on- and off-campus interview programs and career fairs), and a technology lab to support master’s students’ career development efforts. The Wasserman Center maintains specialized services for master’s students and is available to all GSAS master’s students and alumnae/i.
Q. Where can I find information about non-profit or government careers?
A. The Wasserman Center offers helpful programs for students interested in these career paths, including the Government and Non-Profit Career Expo, which offers master’s students the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C. to meet government and public sector employers. Students should also take advantage of the resources available through the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of New York City, the Reynolds Fellowship, and the New York Graduate Student Non-Profit Careers Fair.
Q. Are there jobs available for students on campus?
A. Yes, master’s students can learn about employment with the university through the Human Resources office, The Wasserman Center, and the Office of Residential Education.