Career Development works to connect employers with New School students seeking internships and part-time employment and alumni seeking career employment. Whichever kinds of positions you are tring fill, you will find great candidates at The New School. Our students are taught to be leaders and innovators in social science, arts and letters, management and public policy, media, design, and performing arts.
The best way to get the word out to both current students and graduates is by setting up an account and posting jobs on the College Central Network. Career Development announces newly posted jobs and internships on our Career Development Blog, Twitter, and Facebook, all of which are widely followed by New School students and alumni.
Contact Career Development to discuss your recruitment needs. There are many ways to collaborate with us that can benefit your organization and our students. The key to successful recruiting is a strong campus presence. Developing a campus presence is best achieved through an integrated approach involving a range of activities. Contact information is in the bottom left column of this page.
Career Development can arrange for you to spend a couple of hours on our Greenwich Village campus meeting students who are interested in working in your field. This is a very valuable service for our students, and it is a great opportunity for you to evaluate prospective employees without any pressure to hire and offer valuable tips for success. Typically, employers lecture on job opportunities in and preparation for a certain line of work, but some also critique resumes and conduct mock interviews one-on-one. It's up to you.
We also host public panel discussions throughout the year on various topics related to career opportunities and job markets. Recent panels have addressed working in other countries, jobs in the film industry, and tips for success as a performing artist. Check out our Workshops and Events to see more examples.
We host career and internship fairs on campus, at least one each during every academic year. We'd love to set up table for your company at one or both of these events. Contact us for upcoming dates.
Host a tour of your company, set up a strategic partnership with The New School Alumni Association, send someone to coach students at one of our Interview Prep workshops. Call or email Career Development. We're anxious to work with you.
At the present time, Career Development
serves undergraduate students in the divisions of The New School listed
below. These students are in enrolled in liberal arts programs or in
music and performing arts studio programs.
Our office serves graduate students
pursuing degrees in Media Studies Media Management, Creative Writing,
and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).
Some divisions of The New School maintain their own career services. See Parsons Career Services if you are looking for
interns or entry-level employees in design and architecture,
illustration, photography, or art and design business management. See Milano Career Development and Placement for public service and nonprofit interns, researchers, and administrators. See New School for Social Research Career Services for trainees, assistants, researchers, and teachers with advanced
education in social science, economics, history, or psychology.
Milano School Career Services
New School for Social Research Career Services
Parsons Career Services
New School for Drama Career Services
Office of Career Development79 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor (Map)New York, NY email@example.comPhone: 212.229.1324
Office HoursMon. - Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Walk-In HoursTues. and Wed., 2 p.m.-4 p.m.