Career Development

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The Practicum Course

Practicum courses help students learn about a field by working in it. How do they differ from internships, what do they look like, and where can I find one?

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NYU for Everyone: This Summer, Join NYU as a Visiting Student

Whatever your interests and wherever you live, being a visiting student at NYU offers the opportunity to meet your academic and career goals as a member of the NYU community.

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Ready, Set, Summer: From Script to Screen with Tisch’s High School Screenwriting Workshop

This summer high schoolers can learn the ins and outs of writing for the big and small screen with Tischʼs Online High School Screenwriters Workshop.

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Career and Professional Development at NYU

Looking to further your professional development? NYU has the tools to help you, from finding a work-study job or internship to learning how to network.

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Ready, Set, Summer: Steinhardt’s High School Music Production Programs Strike a Chord

NYU SIMPT (Summer Institute of Music Production Technology) and SEMI (Summer Electronic Music Institute) programs teach aspiring high school musicians to create, record, and perform like pros.

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Career Edge: Attending an NYU High School Program

Learn more about NYU SPS's precollege program, Career Edge, including the large variety of classes, informational sessions, and extracurricular opportunities.

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Ready, Set, Summer: Career Edge Program Gives High Schoolers a Head Start on Their Futures

Get real-world experience, clarify your career goals, build your resume, and find community through NYU Career Edge’s one-week, college-level courses.

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Setting a Standard: Mark West ’17 Builds Equity in the Arts

This NYU Shanghai graduate majored in Humanities and has created the art and advocacy career of his dreams.

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For Tandon Student Arame Sow, the Sky’s Not the Limit

By day, Arame conducts research and studies mechanical and aerospace engineering at NYU Tandon. When the bell rings, she trains to be an airline pilot.

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How a Specialized Business Major in SPS Prepares You for a Career

Choosing a specialized business major at SPS may be just what you need to pave the path to a career in hotel and tourism management in New York City.