• Campus Presence

    The key to successful recruiting is a strong campus presence. Establishing your company’s presence at The New School is best achieved through an integrated approach involving a range of activities. In addition to posting internships and jobs online, searching our resume database, and identifying top-notch candidates at internship/career fairs, you should think about things you can do to make your organization attractive to New School students.

    The checklist and workshop/event descriptions below have been developed by the Center for Student Success - Career Services to support your recruiting by helping you get involved on our campus.

    A Checklist: How to Market Your Company to Students

    • Partner with the Center for Student Success - Career Services to work with relevant student clubs
    • Provide speakers for our career events and workshops
    • Post your job or internship opportunities on Career Successlink
    • Attend a New School Internship/Career Fair
    • Hold a Corporate Presentation for New School students
    • Volunteer as a mentor
    • Offer tours of your company to students
    • Develop a strategic partnership with The New School (visit the Office of Development for details of how to be a sponsor)
    • If you are a human resources professional or experienced in career coaching: volunteer to coach students at our next Interview and Fair Prep Day

    Typical Campus Workshops/Events

    Company presence on campus is a great way to market your job opportunities and create a buzz about your organization. If unable to send a representative, sponsor a table where we can distribute your literature and direct traffic to your company website and/or your designated contact person.

    • Resume writing
    • Cover letter writing
    • Interviewing techniques
    • Using social media
    • Networking workshop
    • Salary negotiation
    • Internship/Career fair success strategies
    • Building your brand
    • Making the transition
    • Dining etiquette
    • Speed resume reviews/Mock interviews
    • Careers & Cupcakes (informal chats with Student Success career advisors)
    • Industry specific information sessions
    • Site visits
    • Corporate presentations