This office serves undergraduate and graduate students in
The New School for Public Engagement
Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts
Mannes College The New School for Music
The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music
Liberal Arts students, including traditional and non-traditional undergraduates, come from diverse and rich backgrounds including the arts, social sciences, media and communications, and the non-profit sector. Graduate students served by this office are pursuing degrees in Media Studies, Creative Writing, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).
To reach students at Parsons The New School for Design, contact Parsons Career Services.
To reach graduate and doctoral students at Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy, contact Milano Career Development and Placement.
To reach graduate and doctoral students at The New School for Social Research, contact NSSR Career Services.
The following guidelines apply to employers registering with our online job board:
- Employer must be verifiable as legitimate with valid contact information.
- Employer may not be individuals working from home who are not incorporated.
- We do not post positions for temporary or staffing agencies of any kind.
The following guidelines apply for employment/internship/volunteer opportunities posted on College Central. Positions must be:
- On a career track
- Directly related to the academic programs at The New School (e.g., no childcare or retail positions)
Please contact the Office of Career Development at 212.229.1324 with any questions regarding this policy.
To post a job, internship, or volunteer opportunity, visit College Central and click on "Register Now," or download the instructional PDF on this page.
Ways to Meet Our Students
During these sessions, you can spend a couple of hours with students conducting resume critiques, mock interviews, or informational interviews. You may also meet one-on-one with students without any pressure to hire them and at the same time provide them with valuable tips to help them succeed in the field.
Career Fairs and Special Events
Career and internship fairs are held approximately once per academic year. In addition, we also offer several panel discussions on many different topics each semester. Recent panels have addressed careers in international fieldwork, working in film without being a filmmaker, and making it as a performing artist. To see what kinds of event Career Development has sponsored, see the University Events Calendar.