THE NYU LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE IS HIRING. The Wasserman Center for Career Development is looking for two exceptional students to join the team this summer:
Program Assistant – Events and Communications
We are looking for an individual interested in helping to build community at NYU and passionate about all things digital. This is a chance to work with a vibrant, tight knit team and to learn first hand what it takes to communicate effectively with varied audiences, create engaging content that stands out, and build campaigns that have university-wide impact.
If this sounds like you, search posting 1030900 on Wasserman CareerNet to learn more!
Program Assistant – Undergraduate Leadership Initiatives
Want to understand what it takes to plan and implement impactful leadership development programming? We’re looking for a capable, organized individual to to support internal operations for the NYU Leadership Fellows Program and other undergraduate leadership efforts. Learn more by searching for posting 1030253 on Wasserman CareerNet!
Both roles are paid part-time summer positions with the possibility of fall 2016 extension.
The NYU Division of Student Affairs invites you to participate in an active casting call for students and recent graduates who are interested in performing/participating individually or as a group for NYU Portraits during this year’s Welcome Week.
NYU Portraits, is the University’s marquee Welcome Week diversity program that aims to provide a vibrant and colorful evening where diverse NYU and world experiences are brought to stage in a creative platform to examine our understanding of self and others, invigorate a passion for engaging across difference, the importance of getting involved in social justice based activities, and the importance of service to our community. This event is a campus tradition that utilizes an innovative approach to highlighting the importance of diversity as an enriching and transformative experience for our incoming students. (5600+ incoming students projected for Fall 2016).
NYU Portraits centers the compounded lens of racial, ethnic, national, gender, sexual, (dis)ability, and other diversities to discuss issues of access and inclusion in our institution from a variety of perspectives. This year’s repertoire will pay attention to students’ experiences in and beyond the classroom, emphasizing the student experience at NYU. Positive and not-so-positive experiences will be equally valued, for our experiences regarding institutional access and representation are as multifaceted as we are.
Note: You need not have a concrete production sketched out at the time you express interest by submitting your Google Form; you are encouraged to collaborate with the Portrait performances team when you are conceptualizing your performance!
For more information, and to see past Portraits performances, please visit http://bit.ly/1li4YpS
• The priority deadline to submit your statement of interest is May 9th.
• You must be available to perform from Tuesday August 30th 2016 to Friday September 2nd 2016.
• Rehearsals begin the week of August 22nd 2016 and a retreat will take place in early or mid June. The rehearsals and retreat are both MANDATORY.
• Keep in mind that individual performers will be allotted a performance of up to 5 minutes each. Group performers will be allotted more time.
Additional questions? Email Aron at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call +1.212.998.4350.
Have you fallen in love with Berlin and began thinking about staying longer or returning to the city after graduation? You are not alone. A number of former NYU Berlin students have moved to Berlin or visiting the city on a regular basis as part of research or job related travel. Beginning this April, we will highlight some of the inspiring and successful projects our Berliners at Heart are pursuing under the category “Berlin Careers.”
A.F.H. – The Culture Writers Agency was founded by a former NYU Berlin professor and two former students. The writers edit, author, and ghostwrite texts in the areas of art, fashion, film, and design. They help artists to bring across the stories behind their works and to reach an international audience and the media. In addition, they also provide consultancy services to members of the creative scene.
The writers hold degrees from renowned universities, e.g. NYU, La Sorbonne, Oxford University, or Yale. Their texts have appeared in widely read online and print publications such as The New York Times, Vogue, Artnet.com, or The Wallstreet Journal.