The Wasserman Center for Career Development has established a Funded Internship Award to support students pursuing unpaid internships at non-profits, international organizations, arts institutions, and other industries that traditionally do not pay their interns. This $1,000 scholarship affords students the opportunity to participate in career exploration and experiential learning through unpaid career-related internships, gives students access to professional networks in the US and abroad, and facilitates the lifelong learning skills associated with solid career development.
This can be a tremendous opportunity for students who want to gain relevant professional experience, but give up valuable learning opportunities due to financial considerations. In order to be considered for the Funded Internship Award, students must:
• Have secured an unpaid internship at a non-profit or other organization that does not traditionally pay its interns
• Work a minimum of 7 hours a week over 10 weeks during the Spring semester
• Complete an online application by February 21, 2012
• Earn at least a 3.0 GPA
The Wasserman Center’s Funded Internship Award is not affiliated with Federal Work Study or financial aid. It is a one-time stipend awarded directly to selected applicants. Applications can be submitted through NYU CareerNet, Job ID#810998. Instructions are available at http://www.nyu.edu/careerdevelopment/funded_internship.php.
If you have any questions regarding the Funded Internship Award, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Gracy Sarkissian at (212-998-4738).
Hello from the NYU Libraries:
As another spring semester kicks off, we’re offering a chance to brush up your skills with a series of Graduate Student workshops. These workshops focus on learning how to organize your bibliographies, finding out to how to track down tricky citations, understanding the intricacies of processing and analyzing data, and even simply knowing your way around an American research library. For the complete listing of these sessions, and to sign up, go to: –> http://library.nyu.edu/grads
We look forward to meeting you and wish you the best of luck this semester!
— The NYU Libraries Graduate Student Working Group
Reminder Apply for Graduation
Have you applied for Graduation yet?
All students that have and will complete their degree requirements by Spring 2012, must apply by Friday, February 3rd.
Click here to apply.
*Note:Take a look at the address listed on Albert for you and make any necessary changes.
Office Of Student Affairs
82 Washington Square East, 2nd Floor
New York, New York 10003
Building on the successful model of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), President Clinton hosts the CGI U Annual Meeting for students and youth organizations to create innovative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing issues. Since its inaugural meeting in 2008, CGI U has brought together more than 3,500 students from over 650 schools and 110 countries.
The CGI U 2012 Annual Meeting will be held at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. from March 30 – April 1, 2012.
In order to attend, all CGI U participants are required to develop a Commitment to Action: a new, specific, and measurable plan that addresses a challenge on their campus, in their local community, or around the world. The CGI U meeting includes plenary sessions, working sessions, and other special events that provide participants with a wide variety of knowledge-sharing and networking opportunities. The program allows CGI U members to discuss global issues, develop practical skills, identify potential partners, and formulate concrete plans of action for the months ahead.
To be considered for attendance at CGI U, students should apply online http://www.cgiu.org/applying_to_cgiu/ at www.cgiu.org by January 17, 2012.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! Submit a 5-7 minute speech or dramatic performance that recognizes Dr. King’s powerful oratorical style and spirit. The annual event takes place during MLK week and gives you an opportunity to demonstrate your relationship with the work of Dr. King and others in the civil rights movement. Submissions can be made at http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/gso/events by the December 31, 2011 dead-line. Finalists will be selected in January and will compete for a Kindles, gift cards, and more! ALL NYU STUDENTS ARE ELIGIBLE TO SUBMIT AN ENTRY. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.–
Join the Office of Student Affairs for a little tea & empathy.
Pless Hall, 1st floor
82 Washington Square East
Start your day off right with a bagel breakfast Tuesday, December 13, 2011 9 am – 11 am
join us for an afternoon snack Thursday, December 15, 2011 2 pm – 4 pm
We look forward to seeing you. Good luck with finals and Happy Holidays!
Sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs,
Pless Hall, 82 Washington Square East, 2nd floor, 212.998.5065.
From Dec. 12 through Jan. 26, the Wasserman Center will collect resumes for the Class of 2012 Resume Books, which are distributed to hundreds of employers. Resume critique is required. Visit www.nyu.edu/careerdevelopment for details.
The John Brademas Center Congressional Internship Program provides undergraduate and graduate students with an in-depth look at the U.S. Congress, and gives them an outstanding opportunity to gain knowledge and skills in the field of politics and policymaking at the federal level. The program is an eight- to 10-week paid internship that runs during the summer, and students are placed in the office of a Member of Congress in Washington, D.C., to work on research projects under the supervision of faculty. For more information and the application, visit this website.
In its first student activity that spans its entire global network, NYU is kicking off the Bickel & Brewer – NYU Global Debate Competition. Undergraduate debate teams from all of NYU’s global sites will compete against one another for prizes totaling some $37,000. For more information about the Global Debate Program, contact the director, Will Baker, at the Academic Resource Center, Room LL18. Visit www.nyu.edu/cas/globaldebate, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just a reminder that Wednesday, December 14th, is a legislative day, and classes will meet according to a Monday schedule. This means that:
· Monday classes will meet twice next week (on Monday and on Wednesday)
· There are no Wednesday class meetings next week
· The last class meeting for Wednesday classes was on 12/7