Career Development Program

Staff Career Services is a new program that provides all union, clerical, and administrative staff with tips and tools for achieving their career goals.

Everyone measures career success differently. It might mean moving up in your current position or transferring to a different department within the university, or you may want to change career paths altogether or use your career to help strengthen your life outside of work. To help you discover your potential, learn new skills, advance your career, and achieve success in your professional and personal life, we invite you to take advantage of the following free services

The New School Mentoring Program

The Mentoring Program is an essential part of career development for university employees. People have aspirations – whether it’s to get promoted, get a new job, or learn a new and invaluable skill. Mentors share their work experiences with mentees, listen to them and advise them on how best to realize their potential. Our goal is to have everyone feel supported in their career development, leading to a happier work environment.

If you're interested in becoming a mentor, please complete the Mentor Application Form (PDF).

If you're interested in becoming a mentee, please complete the Mentee Application Form (PDF).

For further details, please contact Ilana Levitt or Mary Grueser in the Office of Human Resources.

 
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