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    Important internship deadlines

    Students seeking to earn credit for a liberal arts internship experience must submit an Experience Learning Agreement. The deadline to submit a completed Experience Learning Agreement (student and employer) is February 5, 2017, for the two- to four-credit Internship Seminar and March 6, 2017, for the zero- to two-credit Internship and Advanced Internship option. For information regarding internship program options and for instructions on how to register your internship for credit, please email experience@newschool.edu.

    Internships and civic engagement are invaluable components of the undergraduate liberal arts program of Eugene Lang College. Student interns receive professional guidance, gain hands-on experience, develop confidence, and establish an expansive network of professional contacts. Internships for liberal arts majors are available for academic credit in almost every field, including:

    • Publishing 
    • Politics
    • Health care 
    • The arts 
    • Broadcasting 
    • Music 
    • Media technology 
    • Nonprofit administration
    • Environmental activism

    These are just a few of the fields in which our students commonly intern. Specific placements include jobs for liberal arts majors at MTV, HBO, Beth Israel Hospital, the Village Voice, Sony Entertainment, GMHC, Miramax Films, and the ACLU. In addition, the Tishman Environmental Merit Scholars Program offers a sponsored 12-week summer internship in Anchorage and the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska.

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    Career-starting opportunities for liberal arts majors

    Student Success is here to support liberal arts students as they explore and make career and educational choices. We assist students during their entire experience at Eugene Lang College. We offer a range of resources to help you discover all the paths available to you and are here throughout the year to assist all Lang students and alumni. At Student Success, you will find a wealth of career planning resources, including instructions for writing a résumé and cover letter, help finding a liberal arts internship or job, and even assistance as you prepare for graduate school. The internship advisors will assist you through one-on-one counseling, group workshops, and internship events. Our office also works with employers and organizations interested in recruiting students from Lang. Please explore our resources and attend our programs and, most important, visit our office and talk to us in person. We are committed to helping every Lang student reach his or her personal and professional development goals. 

    Information for employers with jobs for students pursuing liberal arts degrees

    Student Success connects employers with New School students and alumni seeking internships and employment and alumni seeking career employment. Register your company on The Village and post your internships and part-time and full-time positions. 

    Local Non-Professional Jobs & Temporary Positions is a specialized platform used to share part-time job listings, such as tutoring and childcare, offered by residents and businesses in The New School's neighborhood, including some on-campus and seasonal positions. Log into The Village to post your opportunity. We are always happy to answer any questions employers have about recruiting New School students. Send an email to careers@newschool.edu or call 212.229.1324.

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